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Permit Name Description

Category:

Coastal Management

 
CAMA Federal Consistency Review (Coastal Area Management Act) Federal activities or non-federal projects requiring a federal permit and/or license.
CAMA General Permit (Coastal Area Management Act) General permits are reserved for routine development activities that usually pose little or no threat to the environment. Examples include, but not limited to, docks, piers, bulkheads, etc.
CAMA Major Permit (Coastal Area Management Act) Development activity that is located in (or affects) an Area of Environmental Concern and in any of North Carolina's 20 coastal counties.
CAMA Minor Development Permit (Coastal Area Management Act) Development activity in any of North Carolina's 20 coastal counties. An example of this activity is single family houses.