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Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules:
The Environmental Standards

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Course Code: EN0407CA16

Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules Environmental Standards Training

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NOTE: A primary component of the Flood Hazard Area Certificate Program series is the discussion of NJDEP's proposal to amend the Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules. Recently, the NJ Legislature passed a resolution in opposition to NJDEP's proposal to amend these rules, thus we are temporarily postponing our Flood Hazard classes until this issue has been resolved.

Description

Flood Hazard Area Certificate Program

This is one of three classes that you will need to take if you want to earn the new Flood Hazard Area Certificate!

For more information, please contact Pamela Springard-Mayer at
848-932-7463 or pspring@njaes.rutgers.edu.

Featured Topics:

  • Regulated waters vs. nonregulated waters
  • Determining the top of bank and associated riparian zone limits
  • Riparian zone widths: 50-ft, 150-ft, & 300-ft
  • Design standards for activities within riparian zones
  • Riparian zone mitigation
  • Preserving fishery resources; low-flow aquatic passage
  • Protecting threatened & endangered species
  • Solutions to habitat fragmentation
  • Water quality, channel stability, and erosion issues
  • Case studies

Instructors:

NJDEP instructors, including Vince Mazzei, PE, the author of these rules, will discuss the flood hazard area program in detail and answer questions regarding technical issues and regulatory requirements involved in obtaining NJDEP flood hazard area permits and approvals.

Who Should Attend this Flood Hazard Area Control Act Rules Training Course:

This course is recommended for professionals who prepare and/or review flood hazard area applications, including: consulting engineers, environmental consultants, government officials, code officials, builders, planners, and attorneys.

Course Agenda:

Time Topic
8:30AM REGISTRATION
9:00AM

Determining the Riparian Zone

  • Regulated waters vs. nonregulated waters
  • Riparian zone widths: 50-ft, 150-ft & 300-ft
  • Determining the top of bank and associated riparian zone limits
  • SWRPA vs. riparian zone
10:15AM BREAK
10:30AM

Standards for Activities within Riparian Zones

  • Avoidance, minimization & mitigation
  • Allowable disturbance for various activities
  • Riparian zone creation, restoration, enhancement & preservation
12:00PM LUNCH
1:00PM

Standards for Work within Regulated Waters

  • Water quality, channel stability, and erosion issues
  • Protecting fishery resources
  • Low-flow aquatic passage
  • Timing restrictions
2:00PM

Threatened and Endangered Species

  • General standards
  • NJDEP mapping resources and T&E review
  • Solutions to habitat fragmentation
3:00PM BREAK
3:15PM

Case Studies

  • Common challenges
  • Working with NJDEP staff
  • Preparing an approvable application
4:30PM ADJOURN

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Credits

In addition to 0.6 Rutgers CEUs, this environmental training course has been approved for the following credits:

NJ Licensed Professional Engineers - 6.5 Continuing Professional Competency Credits

NJ Licensed Water and Wastewater Operators - 6 TCHs (Approval #01-011604-30)

NJ Health Officers & REHSs - Rutgers University, NJAES, Office of Continuing Professional Education has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Health as a provider of NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs). Participants who complete this education program will be awarded 6.0 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs).

NJ Continuing Legal Education - 5.7 CLEs

NJ Certified Public Works Managers - 3 Technical, 3 Government

NJ LSRP - Pending

Fees
Early Registration Fee

TBD

 

LSRPA Member Fee TBD  
Multi-Person Registration Fee

TBD

 

Registration Fee

TBD

 

Cancellation Fee TBD  

Substitutions are permitted. View cancellation policy.

Meals

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to you at no additional cost.

NOTE: If you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, please alert us at least one (1) week in advance of the course start date so that we can make reasonable accommodations. We cannot guarantee accommodations for special requests made after that time.

Location

We strongly recommend that you use the directions we provide.

Rutgers Eco Complex
1200 Florence-Columbus Road, Bordentown, NJ 08505
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Note: Pre-registration is required. We're sorry, but we cannot guarantee a seat, materials or meals for walk-in registrants. Location is subject to change; registrants will be notified in the event of a change.

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Program Questions? Contact Us!

Program Coordinator: Pamela Springard-Mayer, 848-932-7463

Attention U.S. Veterans

All of the courses offered by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education are approved by the New Jersey State Approving Agency for Veterans Training for tuition reimbursement through the GI Bill. For more information about the GI Bill, click here.