The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Shoreline Management policy at Lake Seminole provides guidance for the Corps to carry out a management process to ensure development or modifications on the lake are done in a manner that promotes the safe and healthful public use of the shoreline, while assuring conservation of natural resources for present and future generations.
Public access to and from the Lake Seminole shoreline will also be preserved under the policy. The intent of Shoreline Management Program is to achieve a balance between permitted private uses and long-term resource protection.
In carrying out this policy, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issues permits for many shoreline uses including docks, under brushing, grass mowing, shoreline protection, and improved access in limited development zoned areas. For questions regarding permits, contact the Shoreline Management Section at (229) 662-2001.