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33 CFR Title: Navigation, Parts 200-End (2015 Ed.)

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33 CFR Title: Navigation, Parts 200-End (2015 Ed.)

This third volume of 33 CFR contains Parts 200-END. Parts 200-399 are regulated by the Army Corps of Engineers, and Parts 400-499 by the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.

  • Chapter II
    • Part 203: Emergency Employment of Army and Other Resources, Natural Disaster Procedures
    • Part 207: Navigation Regulations
    • Part 208: Flood Control Regulations
    • Part 209: Administrative Procedure
    • Part 210: Procurement Activities of the Corps of Engineers
    • Part 211: Real Estate Activities of the Corps of Engineers in Connection With Civil Works Projects
    • Part 214: Emergency Supplies of Drinking Water
    • Part 220: Design Criteria for Dam and Lake Projects
    • Part 221: Work for Others
    • Part 222: Engineering and Design
    • Part 223: Boards, Commissions, and Committees
    • Part 230: Procedures for Implementing NEPA
    • Part 236: Water Resources Policies and Authorities: Corps of Engineers Participation in Improvements for Environmental Quality
    • Part 238: Water Resources Policies and Authorities: Flood Damage Reduction Measures in Urban Areas
    • Part 239: Water Resources Policies and Authorities: Federal Participation in Covered Flood Control Channels
    • Part 240: General Credit for Flood Control
    • Part 241: Flood Control Cost-Sharing Requirements Under the Ability to Pay Provision
    • Part 242: Flood Plain Management Services Program Establishment of Fees for Cost Recovery
    • Part 245: Removal of Wrecks and Other Obstructions
    • Part 263: Continuing Authorities Programs
    • Part 273: Aquatic Plant Control
    • Part 274: Pest Control Program for Civil Works Projects
    • Part 276: Water Resources Policies and Authorities: Application of Section 134a of Public Law 94-587
    • Part 277: Water Resources Policies and Authorities: Navigation Policy: Cost Apportionment of Bridge Alterations
    • Part 279: Resource Use: Establishment of Objectives
    • Part 320: General Regulatory Policies
    • Part 321: Permits for Dams and Dikes in Navigable Waters of the United States
    • Part 322: Permits for Structures or Work in or Affecting Navigable Waters of the United States
    • Part 323: Permits for Discharges of Dredged or Fill Material Into Waters of the United States
    • Part 324: Permits for Ocean Dumping of Dredged Material
    • Part 325: Processing of Department of the Army Permits
    • Part 326: Enforcement
    • Part 327: Public Hearings
    • Part 328: Definition of Waters of the United States
    • Part 329: Definition of Navigable Waters of the United States
    • Part 330: Nationwide Permit Program
    • Part 331: Administrative Appeal Process
    • Part 332: Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources
    • Part 334: Danger Zone and Restricted Area Regulations
    • Part 335: Operation and Maintenance of Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Projects Involving the Discharge of Dredged or Fill Material Into Waters of the U.S. or Ocean Waters
    • Part 336: Factors to Be Considered in the Evaluation of Army Corps of Engineers Dredging Projects Involving the Discharge of Dredged Material Into Waters of the U.S. and Ocean Waters
    • Part 337: Practice and Procedure
    • Part 338: Other Corps Activities Involving the Discharge of Dredged Material or Fill Into Waters of the U.S.
    • Part 384: Intergovernmental Review of Department of the Army Corps of Engineers Programs and Activities
    • Part 385: Programmatic Regulations for the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan
  • Chapter IV
    • Part 401: Seaway Regulations and Rules
    • Part 402: Tariff of Tolls
    • Part 403: Rules of Procedure of the Joint Tolls Review Board
    • Parts 404-499: [Reserved]

Title 33 of the US Code of Federal Regulations (33 CFR) contains all US regulations dealing with Navigation and Navigable Waters. The Title is organized into three volumes, and the regulations it contains are authored by the US Coast Guard, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.

Volume Chapter Parts Regulator
1 I 1-124 US Coast Guard
2 125-199
3 II 200-399 Army Corps of Engineers
IV 400-499 Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation