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Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Michael Connor joined the Sacramento District, California Department of Water Resources, Ecosystem Investment Partners and others for a ground breaking even in Dixon, CA. The event was held to...
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. – As Lt. Col. Patrick Stevens and Alamogordo Mayor Susan Payne cut the ribbon to officially mark the completion of Phase 8 of the McKinley Channel Flood Control Project, June 8, 2022, USACE-Albuquerque District project manager Brian...
San Francisco District, recently awarded an $8,487,500 contract to McCullough Construction, Inc., for the Dry Creek Ecosystem Restoration Project near Healdsburg in Sonoma County. The total Dry Creek project is a joint partnership between...
Eric Bush, center, chief of the Planning and Policy Division for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Headquarters, asks questions during a July 6 briefing with Priyanka Wadhawan, second from right, Los Angeles System Restoration project manager with the...

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  • July

    Corps partners with LA County on summer safety videos

    AZUSA, California -- Angeles District teamed up with LA County Parks and Recreation May 31 – June 1 to produce videos promoting summer safety.
  • Trinidad Lake staff help area children learn about water and water safety

    Albuquerque District staff from the Trinidad Dam project office participated in two area water safety outreach events in May.
  • USACE-Albuquerque District welcomes 38th commander

    Lt. Col. Jerre V. Hansbrough assumed command of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque District, July 7, 2022, during a formal change of command ceremony at the District headquarters.
  • June

    USACE, City of South San Francisco host public meeting for Lower Colma Creek study

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the City of South San Francisco (SSF), together with the SSF - San Bruno Water Quality Control Plant are partnering on a coastal storm damage reduction project for the Water Quality Control Plant and one of its pump stations. Our goal is to manage the risk that coastal flooding poses to this critical infrastructure, to maintain critical services, despite the increasing flood risk that is expected with sea level rise. Flood-inducing plant failure could result in raw sewage backups into homes and streets, as well as emergency sewage releases into Colma Creek. This project aims to reduce the risk of these damages, and increase the community’s resilience to flood risk.
  • Corps joins City of Temecula to open recreational trail

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers joined the City of Temecula and the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District May 27 to unveil a new chapter in the Murrieta Creek flood-risk reduction project – a recreational trail.
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