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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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  • June

    Army Birthday, Flag Day celebrated at Orange County event

    Orange County District 2 celebrated Flag Day and the Army’s 247th birthday, June 14, in Santa Ana, California.
  • Albuquerque District joins City of Alamogordo for ribbon-cutting on McKinley Channel Flood Project

    Representatives from the Albuquerque District joined the city of Alamogordo and Pate Construction for a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the completion of Phase 8 of the McKinley Channel Flood Control Project, June 8, 2022, in Alamogordo, N.M.
  • Corps updates citizens, officials after first year of Lake Elsinore ecosystem restoration study

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District hosted a virtual public meeting May 24 for partners, stakeholders and private citizens about the Lake Elsinore Continuing Authority Program 206 Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study.
  • May

    Lake Sonoma continues expanded “No Wake Zones”

    GEYSERVILLE, Calif. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Sonoma is continuing the expanded no wake zones established in 2021 to keep boaters safe during historic low water levels this recreation season. With increasing underwater hazards, boats will not be allowed to travel more than 5 mph or produce a wake in the Warm Springs arm of the lake, beginning at the Rockpile Road Bridge. The Dry Creek arm will also continue expanded no wake zones beginning upstream of Falcons Nest Campground. Normal boating operations will be allowed between Falcons Nest Campground and Rockpile Road Bridge. These zones will remain in effect until the lake level increases to a safer pool elevation.
  • Controlled Burn Scheduled for Lake Sonoma’s Warm Springs Dam

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in conjunction with Northern Sonoma County Fire Protection District (NSCFPD) and Santa Rosa Junior College, are planning to conduct a controlled burn training at Lake Sonoma’s Warm Springs Dam from Wednesday, June 1 – Friday, June 3. This event serves to help train firefighters how to conduct controlled burns, and to allow for mandatory safety inspections of the earthen dam. Periodic episodes of smoke may be visible each day during the training course.
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