Coastal Property Owners
Coastal Property Owners in Rhode Island
NRS helps you navigate Rhode Island coastal regulations
If you own a home or land along the Rhode Island coastline, you need to know about the Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC). This agency oversees the state's land-use regulations for any construction within 200 feet of the coast. The CRMC regulations are comprehensive, progressive and change with regularity. It is a daunting task for any homeowner to try to navigate the CRMC rulebook. This pressure will disappear with a call to Natural Resource Services.
Comprehensive Delineation Services
NRS offers expert advice and service in every area of freshwater or coastal wetland delineation. Rhode Island has set specific rules for the entire gamut of coastal projects. Contact Natural Resource Services and let us answer your questions and develop a permit strategy to get you through your particular process:
- New home builds
- Boat docks
- Tree removal
- Home component replacement
Climate Change Checkup®
NRS helps coastal property owners protect their homes against the growing threat of climate change. Our Climate Change Checkup® identifies your property's vulnerabilities to sea level rise and crafts an individualized solution within the parameters of your state's coastal regulations.
Your Biology Experts:
NRS employees some of the most experienced and respected coastal biologists in the State of Rhode Island. We have secured hundreds of CRMC permits for NRS clients over our 25+ year period. Call or email NRS Wetlands to discuss your specific coastal regulatory question.
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