DENR One-Stop List of Current Public Notices
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ATTENTION! Public Notice of Draft Analysis of the Recreation Use of Spring Creek
- Public Notice
- Letters requesting analysis of recreational use of Spring Creek
- Draft analysis of the recreation use of Spring Creek
- Submit comments concerning the draft analysis by December 16, 2013 either by email to Shannon.Minerich@state.sd.us or in writing to:
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Surface Water Quality Program
523 E Capitol Avenue - Joe Foss Building
Pierre, SD 57501-3181
NOTE! An online comment form is accessible via the "Comment Deadline" links provided below.
Proposed Rules (One-stop website for all state agency rule proceedings)
Notice of public hearing for adoption of rules.
Air Quality Permit
A permit is needed for businesses that emit air pollution. For more information...
Air Quality (Annual Air Monitoring Network Plan and Five Year Review)
The state must complete an annual plan and a five year plan which reviews the state's ambient air monitoring network.
Air Quality (State Implementation Plan)
South Dakota's "State Implementation Plan" includes state laws, regulations, and other documents that demonstrate South Dakota's air quality is meeting the federal National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
Identify brownfields properties and available funding to cleanup areas polluted by a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant. For more information...
A permit is needed for a new or expanding concentrated animal feeding operation. For more information...
When a public water system fails to publish notice of violations of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act, a notice is published by DENR on behalf of the violating water system. For more information...
Funding (State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plans)
Public notice of funding for water, wastewater, solid waste and recycling projects. For more information...
DENR administers a variety of general permits that provide permit coverage for those activities covered by each type of general permit. Existing general permits are subject to renewal periodically.
Ground Water Discharge
Mining (Determination of Special, Exceptional, Critical, or Unique Lands)
Determine whether lands potentially affected by a proposed mining operation are eligible for inclusion on the preliminary list of special, exceptional, critical, or unique lands. For more information...
A permit is required when exploring for minerals such as gold, silver, other precious metals, coal, bentonite, dimension stone, and decorative stone. For more information...
A permit is required for the extraction and processing of minerals such as gold, silver, uranium, precious metals, coal, bentonite, dimension stone, and decorative stone. For more information...
Oil and Gas
Approval is needed for actions such as spacing, establishing new fields, forced pooling, and unitization. For more information or to view processed applications...
A permit is needed to discharge pollutants to surface waters of the state. For more information...
Water Management Board (Miscellaneous)
Miscellaneous actions under the authority of the Water Management Board including establishment of ordinary high and low water marks and outlet elevations for lakes; petition for a declaratory ruling...
A permit is needed for all water uses except for domestic uses. For more information or to view contested applications...
Watershed Projects (Total Maximum Daily Loads)
A TMDL (total maximum daily load) is a calculation of the maximum amount of a pollutant that a waterbody can receive and still meet water quality standards. View a schedule and summary of projects...
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