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Flood Risk Management Projects

The Great Lakes and Ohio River Division operates and maintains 83 dams to protect communities throughout the region. The majority of the are within the flood-prone Ohio River basin region. 

In addition, the division has 539 miles of levees and over 100 local flood protection projects which include walls, levees and channel improvements. These projects have saved lives, homes, businesses and prevented over $39 billion in damages since 2012.                                                                                                                                                                                                     

Huntington District Louisville District Pittsburgh District

Alum Creek Barren River Berlin Lake

Beech Fork Lake Brookville Lake Conemaugh 

Bluestone Buckhorn Lake Crooked Creek

Burnsville Caeser Creek East Branch

Deer Creek Lake Cagles Mill Lake Kinzua Dam Allegheny Reservoir

Delaware Lake Carr Creek  Loyalhanna Lake

Dewey Lake Cave Run Lake Mahoning Creek Lake

Dillon Lake CJ Brown  MJ Kirwan

East Lynn Lake CM Harden Mosquito Creek Lake

Fishtrap Lake Green River Lake Shenango River Lake

Grayson Lake JE Roush Lake Stonewall Jackson

John W. Flannagan Dam Mississinewa Lake Tionesta Lake

North Branch of Kokosing River Lake Monroe Lake Tygart Lake

North Fork of Pound River Lake Nolin River Lake Union City Dam

Paint Creek Lake Patoka Lake Woodcock Creek Lake

Paintsville Lake Rough River Lake Youghiogheny River Lake

RD Bailey Lake Salamonie Lake

Summersville Lake Taylorsville Lake

Sutton Lake West Fork Lake

Tom Jenkins Dam William H. Harsha Lake

Yatesville Lake