OAR 141-085-0710
Monitoring Requirements for CWM


(1)

Purpose. The purpose of the CM monitoring requirement is to provide information for the Department to:

(a)

Determine whether the CM complies with the conditions of the authorization and whether the CM has achieved its stated goals, objectives and performance standards;

(b)

Determine whether the CM is replacing wetland and tidal waters area, including any required buffers;

(c)

Determine whether the CM site is replacing functions and values; and

(d)

Provide information for removal-fill program monitoring.

(2)

Monitoring Reports. The permit holder must monitor the CM site and provide to the Department monitoring reports commensurate with CM site size and complexity. Those reports must include at minimum:

(a)

A post construction report demonstrating as built conditions and discussing any variation from the approved plan. Unless waived by the Department, the post construction report must be submitted within 90 calendar days of completing grading;

(b)

An annual written monitoring report that includes all data necessary to document compliance with CM conditions and performance standards; and

(c)

A sufficient number of permanent monitoring points to provide a representative sampling of the CM site and buffers.

(3)

Duration. Monitoring must be conducted for a minimum period of five growing seasons after the completion of all the initial plantings, unless otherwise specified by the Department.

(4)

Final Monitoring Report Requirements. To determine whether the CM project will meet acreage and functional replacement requirements, the Department must receive by not later than the fifth year of the monitoring program the following additional documentation:

(a)

Mapping of the CM site boundary and for CWM projects, verification of quantities of actual restoration, creation and enhancement acreages achieved by HGM and Cowardin class; and

(b)

Comparison of actual functions and values attained at the CM site compared to the predicted functions and values for the CM site identified in the CM Plan.

(5)

Additional Monitoring. The Department may require modifications to the CM plan, as well as require additional monitoring, if the Department determines that the CM fails to meet performance standards, replacement acreage requirements, or replace functions and values.

(6)

Release from Monitoring Obligations. When the Department determines that the CM complies with the conditions of the removal-fill authorization, the Department will notify the permit holder in writing that additional monitoring is not required.

Source: Rule 141-085-0710 — Monitoring Requirements for CWM, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=141-085-0710.

141–085–0500
General
141–085–0506
Policy
141–085–0510
Definitions
141–085–0515
Removal-Fill Jurisdiction by Type of Water
141–085–0520
Removal-Fill Jurisdiction by Volume of Material
141–085–0525
Measuring and Calculating Volume of Removal and Fill
141–085–0530
Exemptions for Certain Activities and Structures
141–085–0534
Exemptions for Certain Voluntary Habitat Restoration Activities
141–085–0535
Exemptions Specific to Agricultural Activities
141–085–0540
Types of Authorizations
141–085–0545
Fees
141–085–0550
Application Requirements for Individual Permits
141–085–0555
Individual Removal-Fill Permit Application Review Process
141–085–0560
Public Review Process for Individual Removal - Fill Permit Applications
141–085–0565
Department Determinations and Considerations in Evaluating Individual Permit Applications
141–085–0575
Permit Appeals
141–085–0580
Discovery in Contested Cases
141–085–0585
Permit Conditions, Permit Expiration Dates and Permit Transfer
141–085–0590
Renewal and Extension of Individual Removal-Fill Permits
141–085–0595
Permit Requirements and Interagency Coordination for Department of Environmental Quality Approved Remedial Action, Corrections Facilities, Solid Waste Land Fills and Energy Facilities
141–085–0665
Expedited Process for Industrial or Traded Sector Sites
141–085–0676
Emergency Authorizations
141–085–0680
Compensatory Mitigation (CM)
141–085–0685
Functions and Values Assessment
141–085–0690
Eligibility Requirements for CM
141–085–0692
Mitigation Accounting
141–085–0694
Special Requirement for CM
141–085–0695
Administrative Protection of CM Sites
141–085–0700
Financial Security for CM Sites
141–085–0705
Requirements for CM Plans
141–085–0710
Monitoring Requirements for CWM
141–085–0715
Mitigation for Temporary Impacts
141–085–0720
Mitigation Banking Purpose, Applicability and Policies
141–085–0725
Process for Establishing Mitigation Banks
141–085–0730
Establishment of Mitigation Credits
141–085–0735
Release, Use and Sale of Mitigation Credits
141–085–0740
Authorization for Mitigation Banks
141–085–0745
In-Lieu Fee Mitigation
141–085–0750
Payments to and Expenditures from the Oregon Removal-Fill Mitigation Fund
141–085–0755
Advance Mitigation
141–085–0768
Advance Aquatic Resource Plans
141–085–0770
Complaints and Investigations
141–085–0775
Enforcement Actions and Procedures
141–085–0780
Revoking or Suspending an Authorization
141–085–0785
Civil Penalties
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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