Corps to Receive All Regulatory Submissions Electronically

Published March 19, 2020

In the interest of public health and safety, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District will receive all new regulatory permit applications and incoming correspondence submissions electronically. Electronic submissions will ensure continued timely processing of permit applications.

New submissions should be sent to The email subject line should indicate the county and state the project is located in. 

Actions currently in process should continue submitting electronic correspondence to the assigned project manager. The email subject line should include the Corps’ project number and project name, if applicable.

These efforts will assist with the continued timely processing of permit applications and responsiveness in the event of building closure or other safety measures in response to COVID-19.

In the event an electronic submission is not possible, the district will continue to accept hard-copy submissions through mailing services. Hard-copy submissions should be sent to:

Pittsburgh District Corps of Engineers

William S. Moorhead Federal Building

1000 Liberty Avenue

Regulatory Branch, Suite 2200

Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Delivery signature confirmation may not be available. Precautionary mail safety procedures are expected to result in delayed delivery and processing times.

Regulatory staff will continue to be available by telephone:

  • Regulatory General Line: (412) 395-7155 
  • Northern Regulatory Branch: (412) 395-7115
  • Southern Regulatory Branch: (412) 395-7188

These procedures will remain in effect until further notice.

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Carl Vernon
1000 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Release no. 20-007