Public Comment Period for Hellgate Jetboat Dredge Application to End Soon!!

On May 27, Hellgate Jetboat Excursions applied for a US Army Corp of Engineers 404 permit and Department of Environmental Quality 401 certification to dredge over 1000 cubic yards of gravel, sand, and sediment at 9 locations in the Rogue River.
While local businesses are an important part of the regional tourism economy, the greater Rogue Valley community deserves to have their voices heard especially when it comes to major decisions regarding the health of the river that we all depend on and enjoy.
Ask the US Army Corp of Engineers to extend the public comment period for Hellgate Jetboat dredge application!
Local communities deserve more time to weigh in on a recent 404 Rogue River dredge application from Hellgate Jetboat Excursions.
Submit your comments to ask the US Army Corp of Engineers to extend the public comment period and hold a public hearing so that community members have a voice for clean water, native fish and recreation on the Rogue.

1 Comment

  1. Benjamin Fairley
    July 6, 2021 @ 1:25 pm

    It would be an outrage to those of us that spend enough time in the Rogue to witness the damage that those boats already cause to what used to be a healthy river . Anyone that cares to look can see the changes they have already caused to the ecosystem its not healthy for anyone or anything .I will do everything I can to stop it its not a racetrack or is it.


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