Retis (dam Retis), hydro-technical development like many other transverse hydraulic structures cancel the longitudinal connectivity of Hârtibaciu water course, blocking the migration of different (migrating) species of fish in the river. Also, the lateral connectivity was heavily affected on this water course at a rate of 60%. Therefore, proposing engineering solutions to recover both (lateral and longitudinal) types of connectivity is vital to restore the local ecobiom. The purpose of this article is to establish longitudinal connectivity through an engineering solution that facilitates the fish migration upstream - downstream of Retis dam. This paper proposes an engineered fish passage solution for Retiș Dam on the Hârtibaciu River, using the criteria described in the Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC document. Anthropogenic barriers located in the Hârtibaciu River disrupt and delay movement of local fish fauna including: Alburnoides bipunctatus (Bloch, 1782), Squalius cephalus (Linnaeus, 1758), Alburnus alburnus (Linnaeus, 1758), Rhodeus amarus (Bloch, 1782), Gobio gobio (Linnaeus, 1758), Romanogobio kessleri (Dybowski, 1862), Barbatula barbatula (Linnaeus, 1758), Barbus meridionalis Risso, 1827 Misgurnus fossilis (Linnaeus, 1758), Cobitis taenia Linnaeus, 1758, Cobitis romanica (Băcescu, 1943), and Cobitis aurata (De Filippi, 1863).