Regulatory Sourcebook

Official source for permitting policies, guidelines, regulations and procedures of the Baltimore District Regulatory Branch.  

About 90 percent of all District actions involving the enforcement of the wetland/ waterway permit laws are referred from the public.

We encourage all to report suspected unauthorized fills in wetlands/other unauthorized work in waterways and/or wetlands to the Baltimore District Enforcement Officer responsible for the area.

To report violations in the Baltimore District, fill out the Reporting Violations Form and email the form to your local field office. Maps detailing the enforcement areas within the Baltimore District's jurisdiction can be found here:

 Maryland  Pennsylvania

On this form, please provide ALL available information. We will use the information provided to initiate an investigation, however, for best results, we ask that you also furnish maps, photographs, and any other pertinent information to the following:

Enforcement Program Manager
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Baltimore District
P.O. Box 1715
Baltimore, Maryland 21203-1715
Phone: 410-962-6028
Fax: 410-962-6024

Regulatory Field Offices

In addition to the personnel located at the District Office in downtown Baltimore, there are three Regulatory Field Offices located throughout the area regulated by the Baltimore District.

Easton Field Office

State College
Field Office

Field Office

Sandy Zelen

Frank Plewa

Frank Plewa

Matt Gall

Derek Smith

Talbottown Shopping Center
218 N. Washington Street, Suite 304
Easton, Maryland 21601

1631 S. Atherton Street
State College, PA 16801

401 E. Louther Street
Suite 205
Carlisle, PA 17013

(410) 820 - 7925

(814) 235 - 0570

(717) 249 - 2522

Each field office has full authority and responsibility for making permit determinations, processing permits, and administering the permit program in their area. Field Offices are responsible for the counties within their area. The Regulatory Staff within each field office are assigned a number of counties and are responsible for all permit activities within their assigned counties, including permit determinations, permit processing, pre-application meetings, and enforcement/compliance.