Results:
Tag: US Army Corps of Engineers
Clear
  • USACE lifts small craft advisory for Arkansas River

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lifts the small craft advisory for the Arkansas River. Small-craft advisories are issued when flows reach 70,000 cubic feet per second. While flows have receded, USACE officials urge boaters to always use caution when on the river.
  • USACE to host public meetings for proposed visitor center in Lake Isabella

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District has released new environmental documents regarding the permanent relocation of the U.S. Forest Service visitor center in Lake Isabella and will host a virtual public meeting to discuss the documents on April 22, from 4-5:30 p.m.
  • FishPass project to begin construction

    DETROIT – A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractor is set to commence construction on the FishPass Project in Traverse City, Michigan the week of January 18. The contractor will begin by installing fencing, removing trees and preparing the site. “This milestone represents years of hard work from many dedicated partners,” said Marty Colburn, City Manager of Traverse City. “We ask the community to be patient with our construction partners as this exciting project advances. Soon, there will be dedicated viewing sites set up for the public to watch FishPass take shape.”
  • Corps of Engineers announces Offutt AFB Industry Day

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District has scheduled an industry day for the Offutt Air Force Flood Recovery program.
  • Army Corps seeks public comment on modified permit process for activities in Pennsylvania

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh districts, jointly released for public comment their proposal to issue Pennsylvania State Programmatic General Permit – 6 (PASPGP-6) Sept. 4, 2020.
  • Corps to temporarily close River Run East and West Parks

    ASHDOWN, Ark. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Millwood Tri-Lakes Project Office is temporarily closing access to the River Run East and West Recreation Areas at 8 a.m. Aug. 23 to make repairs to the Millwood Lake stilling basin. Depending on weather, the stilling basin work should be complete by mid October.
  • Army Corps of Engineers announces signing of Chief’s Report for Civil Works Westchester County Streams, Byram River Basin, CT & NY Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study

    New York District announces that Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite, Chief of Engineers has signed a Chief’s Report for the Byram River Basin Flood Risk Management Feasibility Study— a key milestone for the proposed project.
  • Army Corps closes final bays at Bonnet Carré Spillway

    Based on the reduced flows in the Mississippi River at Red River Landing, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans District closed the final bays of the Bonnet Carré Spillway Friday, May 1. Although water levels are receding, allowing the structure’s closure, the Mississippi River in the New Orleans District’s area of responsibility remains elevated. Army Corps personnel will continue flood fight inspections alongside local levee districts and all levee and excavation restrictions remain in effect.
  • Corps of Engineers restricts use of Savannah River campgrounds, day-use areas

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – Officials with the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced
  • Corps of Engineers to host Raystown Lake draft Master Plan open house days

    RAYSTOWN LAKE, Penn. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites the surrounding communities to participate in open house meetings Nov. 3 and 4 to learn more about the draft Raystown Lake Master Plan.

News Releases

Results:
Tag: US Army Corps of Engineers
Clear
  • FishPass project to begin construction

    DETROIT – A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractor is set to commence construction on the FishPass Project in Traverse City, Michigan the week of January 18. The contractor will begin by installing fencing, removing trees and preparing the site. “This milestone represents years of hard work from many dedicated partners,” said Marty Colburn, City Manager of Traverse City. “We ask the community to be patient with our construction partners as this exciting project advances. Soon, there will be dedicated viewing sites set up for the public to watch FishPass take shape.”
  • Corps of Engineers announces Offutt AFB Industry Day

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District has scheduled an industry day for the Offutt Air Force Flood Recovery program.
  • Corps to temporarily close River Run East and West Parks

    ASHDOWN, Ark. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Millwood Tri-Lakes Project Office is temporarily closing access to the River Run East and West Recreation Areas at 8 a.m. Aug. 23 to make repairs to the Millwood Lake stilling basin. Depending on weather, the stilling basin work should be complete by mid October.
  • Corps of Engineers restricts use of Savannah River campgrounds, day-use areas

    SAVANNAH, Ga. – Officials with the Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Wednesday restrictions on camping and campsite and day-use area availability at its Savannah River reservoirs in order to limit interpersonal contact during the COVID19 pandemic. • Effective immediately all visitor centers are closed to the public until further notice.
  • Army Corps of Engineers supports new “Every Kid in a Park” recreation initiative

    President Obama, with the support of the Federal Interagency Council on Outdoor Recreation to include the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, announced today the start of a new initiative to give every child in the United States the chance to explore and learn about America’s great outdoors. The Every Kid in a Park initiative will provide all fourth grade students and their families with free admission for a full year to more than 2,000 federally-managed sites nationwide.
  • Communication, cooperation and coordination key to keeping Mississippi River open for commercial navigation

    Working around the clock, five dredges directed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are battling extreme low-water conditions along the Mississippi River to keep commercial navigation moving on America’s super highway.