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South Pacific Division joined partners from The Port of San Francisco at the historic Ferry Building Jan. 26, to announce release of the draft San Francisco Waterfront Coastal Flood Feasibility Study for a 60-day review and public comment. SPD...
Leaders from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District and East Bay Municipal Utility District signed a milestone project partnership agreement Jan. 26, 2024, paving the way for construction of the first recycled water pipeline to...
Danny Baldwin, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contractor, checks a dozer arm for proper operation at Folsom Dam Dike 1 in Granite Bay, California, November 15, 2023. The USACE Sacramento District is raising the dike up to 3.5 feet in accordance with...
Doug Chitwood, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District lead project engineer, left of center, talks with Col. James Handura, commander of the Corps’ South Pacific Division, right, during a site tour Jan. 18 on the Rio Hondo side of...
Three eagles perched in a tree are seen through a telescope at John Martin Reservoir, Colo., during the annual mid-winter bald eagle survey there, Jan. 12, 2024.

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San Francisco employees volunteer for Angel Island clean up

Published Nov. 20, 2019

At Angel Island, San Francisco District volunteers hauled out an estimated 600 pounds of trash and recyclables during the annual California Coastal Cleanup Sept. 21. More than 50 volunteers signed up for the Saturday work, boarding the district-operated vessel M/V John A.B. Dillard, Jr., at 8 a.m. for a 20-minute voyage across the Bay, with views of Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline. The half-mile beach on Angel Island was one of more than 800 sites where cleanups took place in a state-wide volunteer effort. Serving every year as the Coastal Cleanup volunteer coordinator for Marin County was SPN Park Ranger Joanne Jarvis. Overall across the state, cleanups took place at beaches, rivers, creeks and parks with more than 80,000 volunteers joining the effort. It's one of California's biggest volunteer events.


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San Francisco employees volunteer for Angel Island clean up

Published Nov. 20, 2019

At Angel Island, San Francisco District volunteers hauled out an estimated 600 pounds of trash and recyclables during the annual California Coastal Cleanup Sept. 21. More than 50 volunteers signed up for the Saturday work, boarding the district-operated vessel M/V John A.B. Dillard, Jr., at 8 a.m. for a 20-minute voyage across the Bay, with views of Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline. The half-mile beach on Angel Island was one of more than 800 sites where cleanups took place in a state-wide volunteer effort. Serving every year as the Coastal Cleanup volunteer coordinator for Marin County was SPN Park Ranger Joanne Jarvis. Overall across the state, cleanups took place at beaches, rivers, creeks and parks with more than 80,000 volunteers joining the effort. It's one of California's biggest volunteer events.