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Located at 1752 SR 7 N, Gallipolis, Ohio 45631

Lat/Long 38.8606, -82.141

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Property Overview of Lamay

The site consists of 21 acres with no structures present. The former use of the Lamay site was agricultural purposes. The site is currently zoned for commercial and industrial use with a permit in place allowing direct loading and unloading of non-hazardous waste along the 1,650 feet of Ohio River frontage. The topography of this site is level and gently rolling.


  • River Access
  • Dock on Site: Yes
  • Ohio River Mile: 264
  • Pool Elevation: 538 ft amsl

    Number Miles to

  • 4-lane Highway: 2 to US 35
  • Interstate: 40 to Interstate 77
  • Airport: 53 to Huntington Tri-State Airport


  • Gas: Adjacent, Columbia Gas of Ohio
  • Electric: Adjacent, AEP Ohio
  • Water: Adjacent, Gallia County Rural Water
  • Sewer: Adjacent, City of Gallipolis
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Site Advisor
Total Available Acres 21
Zoning Industrial/ Commercial
County Residing Gallia More info about Gallia County

Land Information


The topography of this site is level and gently rolling.

Topographic Map

Soil Information

According USDA NRCS, there are six soil types mapped for the site. The two dominant soil types that were mapped are Dumps-Mine (Dm – 6.3 acres, 24.8 percent of the site) and Nolin silt loam (No – 7.5 acres, 29.4 percent of the site).

Soil Map Download soil report


According to the FEMA FIRM 390185 FIRMette, the site is located in two Flood Zones, both labeled as AE, which have two different distinctions due to the location of the Ohio River south of the site. Zone AE furthest away from the Ohio River is described as a Special Flood Hazard Area that is subject to inundation by the 1 percent annual chance of flood. Zone AE has base flood elevations determined.

Floodway areas in Zone AE near the Ohio River are defined as the floodway in the channel of a stream plus any adjacent floodplain areas that must be kept free of encroachment so that the 1 percent annual chance flood can be carried out without substantial increases in flood heights.

Floodplain Map


The USFWS NWI map for the Lamay Site shows a stream located on the southwest portion of the property. This stream is shown as R3UBH – Riverine/Upper Perennial/Unconsolidated Bottom and totals 1.78 acres.

National Wetland Map

Transportation Information


Currently there is one an unimproved road that accesses the site off of Ohio SR 7. This access road is located at the intersection of Georges Creek Road and Ohio SR 7. The existing roadway surfacing comprises of gravel and soil. This site is located 2 miles from US-35 and 40 miles from  Interstate 77.


No railroad access currently exists. CSX Railroad does exist on the west side of Ohio SR 7 but is not accessible to the site.

River Access

Permitted river access does exist. The permit allows the loading and unloading of nonhazardous materials and fleeting. The permit also allows for 2,400 lineal feet (lf) of additional docking along the adjacent West Virginia riverbank. In addition, the additional docking allows for a width of six barges. Docking structures exist along the West Virginia riverbank for barge tie off.


The Huntington Tri-State Airport is located 53 miles from this site, and the Yeager Regional Airport is 63 miles from the site.


The Lamay Site is located near Ohio River Mile 264, which has normal pool elevations of approximately 538 feet amsl.

ODOT River Terminal Location(s)

According to the ODOT Division of Planning, Maritime & Freight Program information database, there are no terminal locations at the site.



Gas service is provided by Columbia Gas of Ohio Company. A gas line exists along the west side of Ohio SR 7. No gas service piping currently exists on the site.


Currently the electric service is provided by AEP. Electric service runs along both the east and west sides of Ohio SR 7. Three-phase electric power did previously exist on site for barge unloading operations, but all electric power service into the site has been terminated. Electric utility poles, wiring, transformers, and breaker boxes still exist on site.  AEP 12kV service is located on site and along SR 7. AEP 138kV and 69kV facilities are located 0.4 miles west of the site.


Potable water service is provided by Gallia County Rural Water. A 12-inch potable water line with 100 psi exists on the east side of Ohio SR 7. No water service piping currently exists on the site.


Sanitary sewer service is provided by the City of Gallipolis. A sanitary sewer line exists along the side of Ohio SR 7. Currently no sanitary sewer piping exists on the site.

Storm Sewer

Currently the storm drainage sheet flows towards the Ohio River. The confluence of George Creek and the Ohio River is located along the south side of the site.