Apply For a Permit
The ADF&G Habitat Section is encouraging the public to practice social distancing to minimize the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) by calling Habitat staff with inquiries and using online resources to apply for permits.
Early consultation with ADF&G Habitat Biologists is an important step before proceeding with development and operational plans for a hydroelectric project. Habitat Biologists can assist the applicant in the design of study plans for collecting data on fish, wildlife, and water resources in the project area and provide recommendations for protecting fish and fish habitat.
To apply for a Fish Habitat Permit, download and complete the permit application on this page, and return the completed application to the Habitat Section area office closest to your project in person, by postal mail, or by email. Be sure to provide a detailed description of your proposed activity or project and attach any supporting information such as maps or diagrams.
For additional information contact the Habitat Section area office closest to your project.
Please be advised that certain activities may also require additional authorizations from other state, federal, or local agencies, including:
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers;
- Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation; and
- Alaska Department of Natural Resources: Division of Mining Land and Water
- Local Governments (Municipality of Anchorage, Kenai Peninsula Borough, City and Borough of Juneau, etc.)
These agencies should be contacted directly for information on their permitting requirements.