DEEP: Coastal Permitting

Coastal Permitting

Effective October 1, 2012, the state's coastal regulatory jurisdiction changed from the "High Tide Line" to the "Coastal Jurisdiction Line."
For more information, please refer to the Coastal Jurisdiction Line Fact Sheet, the Coastal Jurisdiction Line Calculations Page (which includes the protocol for determining the CJL), and the List of Municipal CJL Elevations


Organizational Information

Overview of Connecticut's Coastal Permit Program

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Coastal Town Assignments and Permit and Enforcement Staff Contact Information

Coastal Permitting Town Assignments Map 

Permits and Authorizations

Individual Permits - Structures, Dredging and Fill, and Tidal Wetlands

General Permits for Coastal Activities

General Permits Outreach -- February 2016

4/40 Dock Guidance

Osprey Platform and Perch Pole Guidance

Storm Response Activities Guidance

Coastal Permits Fact Sheet

Short Permit Process - Certificates of Permission

Coastal Consistency - State and Federal

Management Materials

Managing Docks and Piers: DEEP Workshop Materials

Connecticut's Aquaculture Permitting Process


Content Last Updated April 6, 2016