• Public Meeting set April 8, 2024, for Foxland Harbor Marina project

    Expiration date: 4/9/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District is co-hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on April 8, 2024, along with the applicant, Foxland Harbor Marina, LLC, to provide further information regarding the proposed Foxland Harbor Marina Project on Old Hickory Lake in Sumner County, Tennessee. The location is the Foxland Event Center located at 1445 Foxland Boulevard in Gallatin, Tennessee.
  • Scajaquada Creek Continuing Authority Program - Review Plan

    This review plan defines levels and scopes of review required for the feasibility phase products for the Scajaquada Creek Section 1135, Project Modifications for Improvements to the Environment project.

  • Buffalo Confined Disposal Facility 4 Public Notice

    Expiration date: 5/3/2024

    The purpose of this public notice is to specify what dredged or fill materials would be discharged into waters of the United States by implementation of the proposed action, advise all interested parties of the proposed project, and to provide an opportunity to submit comments or request a public hearing. The USACE, Buffalo District plans to repair the Buffalo CDF #4 West Perimeter Dike in the City of Buffalo, Erie County, New York. Buffalo CDF #4 is located at the southern end of Buffalo Harbor adjacent to the South Entrance Channel (Figure 1).

  • Notice of Availability: Steubenville West End Water Improvements Project

    Expiration date: 4/19/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District (USACE) is evaluating a request for Federal funding for the proposed water system improvements project located in the city of Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio. The USACE invites submission of comments on the environmental impact of the approval of the request. The USACE will consider all submissions received before the expiration date of the public comment period. The nature or scope of the proposal may be changed upon consideration of the comments received.

  • Sebewaing south levee repair, Sebewaing, MI: Authority: O&M, major maintenance: Review plan

    This review plan describes necessary quality reviews for engineering and design (E&D) products for the Sebewaing South Levee Repair Project.

  • Section 531 Environmental Infrastructure, North Jackson Water Improvements in the City of Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky Regional Review Plan Consistency Certification

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District is submitting a Regional Review Plan Consistency Certificate and Transmittal Memorandum to the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division (LRD) for the Section 531 North Jackson Water Improvements in the City of Jackson, Breathitt County, Kentucky, to certify that the project falls under the Environmental Infrastructure (EI) Programmatic Review Plan. This Programmatic Review Plan applies to the review of all EI decision and design documents within LRD for the following EI authorities: Section 154, Section 313, Section 340, Section 531, Section 569, Section 571, and Section 594.
  • Gainesboro, Tennessee. Scoping Notice for a Proposed Lease of Roaring River Park to Jackson County

    Expiration date: 4/8/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Nashville District, in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), is completing a NEPA evaluation for a proposed action to lease the Roaring River Recreation Area to Jackson County, Tennessee. The recreation area is located east of Nashville on the Cordell Hull Lake Reservoir in Jackson County TN, near the town of Gainesboro.
  • Kentucky River, Beattyville, Kentucky General Investigation Feasibility Study - Review Plan

    Kentucky River, Beattyville, Kentucky General Investigation Feasibility Study in Beattyville/Lee County, Kentucky - Review Plan The project scope of work includes the identification and evaluation of measures, the compilation and evaluation of alternatives and the preparation of a decision document that, as appropriate, recommends a coordinated and implementable solution for the flooding issues in Beattyville, Kentucky along the Kentucky River.
  • City of Loveland, Ohio Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) Section 14 Emergency Streambank Stabilization Project – Review Plan

    City of Loveland, Ohio Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) Section 14 Emergency Streambank Stabilization Project – Review Plan (Dec 2023) The purpose of the Feasibility Study is to investigate a cost-effective and environmentally acceptable means to prevent active erosion at three sites along the Little Miami River that is threatening public infrastructure in the City of Loveland, Ohio. The need for the project is to prevent the erosion from negatively impacting critical public infrastructure, specifically a public road (East Kemper Road), which provides access to local residents, school buses, and emergency responders. The streambank erosion has impacted the adjacent roadway infrastructure and, as a result, vehicle occupant safety.
  • LRC-2023-00697

    Expiration date: 4/5/2024

    The proposed project includes the re-establishment of an existing shallow drainage swale which was initially excavated around 2000 but has gradually filled with sediment over the years. The swale orientation from the previous excavation is proposed to remain the same. The capacity of the swale will be restored through the removal sediment and excessive vegetation followed by the placement of riprap in the swale to serve as scour protection. In the proposed condition, the existing 36” UPRR culvert would remain and discharge stormwater to the proposed swale. Water would flow south and east through the swale and enter the existing 24” culvert. This project is a portion of the Skokie River Regional Floodplain Enhancement Project.

  • Public Notice No. 408; LRB-2023-0003

    Expiration date: 5/10/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, has issued a Public Notice regarding Section 408 Request 408-LRB-2023-0003. The applicant is proposing to remove the Amboy Mill Dam that failed in the spring of 2018. An interim emergency repair was implemented that year to safeguard public health and safety. However, dam removal was determined to be the appropriate long-term solution to decrease maintenance costs, enhance boating transit, improve aquatic organism passage, and increase angling opportunities. The proposed grade control structures are designed to offer multiple benefits, including stabilizing existing stream bottom sediment at its current elevation, enabling safe passage for boats (such as canoes and kayaks), and creating quality pool habitat utilized by adult trout and other species.

  • LRB-2021-00420

    Expiration date: 4/24/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, has issued a New York Public Notice LRB-2021-00420. The Applicant is proposing to construct a Transmission Facility interconnecting the Alle-Catt Wind Farm, a proposed wind energy generation facility of up to 340 megawatts, to a new Point of Interconnection, which will be built adjacent to the existing Homer City-Stolle Road 345 kilovolt line owned by National Grid. Please direct any comments you may have regarding this project to the project manager listed in the document.

  • LRP-2011-01009

    Expiration date: 4/23/2024

    The previously-permitted stream mitigation parcels associated with Phase II of the Cumberland Refuse Disposal Area No. 3 expansion project, located on Whiteley Creek near Kirby, Greene County, Pennsylvania (39.813611, -80.135278).

  • LRB-2007-01763

    Expiration date: 5/8/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, has issued a New York Public Notice LRB-2007-01763. The applicant is proposing to discharge fill material into waters of the US associated with the construction of a 1,080,308-square foot warehouse and distribution center within the 207-acre site. Please direct any comments you may have regarding this project to the project manager listed in the document.

  • LRC-2022-00643

    Expiration date: 5/5/2024

    PROPOSED ACTION The proposed TCHPMB is located in the Lake Michigan watershed in Unincorporated Monee, Will County, Illinois south of Dralle Road and west of Old Monee Road (See Figures). The proposed mitigation bank site is approximately 321 acres in size and dominated by agricultural cropland and lower-quality woods. The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) Map identifies 6 wetlands and three waterways within the proposed bank site. The proposed bank site is located upstream of the 1,022-acre Thorn Creek Woods Nature Preserve, of which 884 acres is a dedicated Illinois Nature Preserve, and which is part of the 1,600-acre Thorn Creek preservation system.

  • Public Notice 24-11; LRP-1999-01982

    Expiration date: 5/4/2024

    The applicant proposes maintenance dredging, as necessary, for a period of 10 years, to remove accumulated sediment from the Westlake Natrium harbor area. The proposed dredge area would be 1,000 feet long and 50 feet wide, to an elevation of 590.0. Dredge volume is estimated to be 3,500-5,000 cubic yards per dredge event. Dredging activities will allow the applicant to maintain the unloading area and to stage barges for product loading. The dredging will occur from a floating barge and the dredge material will be placed on-site to allow water to drain and prevent sediment run-off from entering the Ohio River. The dredge material will then be deposited in an upland area or used as clean fill on Westlake Natrium property. The applicant was previously permitted for these dredging activities in 1999 and 2013.

  • Public Notice No. 24-8; LRP-2019-00092

    Expiration date: 5/4/2024

    RoxCoal, Inc. is proposing to leave fill within 2.22 acres of wetland and 64 linear feet (0.005 acres) of stream for the purpose of building two water treatment systems to treat three mine pool discharges from the Barbara Mine No. 1 and 2. An additional 0.11 acres of temporary wetland fill was restored to pre-existing conditions. The Northern treatment site collects the flow of one contaminated seep into a series of treatment basins, connected by a pipe to an outfall with riprap to a receiving stream. The Southern treatment site funnels the water of two seeps into a series of treatment basins and wetland areas until the treated water will be discharged to Reitz Creek via a rock lined channel. The applicant will mitigate for stream and wetland impacts via the purchase of 1.85 wetland credits from an approved mitigation bank.

  • LRN-2024-00237

    Expiration date: 5/2/2024

    This notice announces a prospectus has been submitted for the development of the Bonne Terre Wetland Mitigation Bank pursuant to 33 CFR 332, Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources (Federal Register: April 10, 2008, effective June 9, 2008).

  • LRN-408-2023-0005

    Cheatham Lock and Dam was authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act approved July 24,1946 (House Document No. 761, 79th Congress, 2nd Session) to provide a navigable river channel on the Cumberland River.

  • LRE-2002-300111-S24

    Expiration date: 4/26/2024

    Proposed Marina Expansion and Annual Dredging in Mullett Lake at Cheboygan, Michigan

  • Public Notice LRL-2023-00187

    Expiration date: 5/1/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Bullitt County, Kentucky. | APPLICANT: Davey Bourbon Building VII, LLC | PROJECT PURPOSE: To construct a warehouse building that will help meet the growing need for industrial warehouse complexes along the I-65 corridor.

  • Public Notice No. 24-8; LRP-2019-00092

    Expiration date: 4/26/2024

    RoxCoal, Inc. is proposing to leave fill within 2.22 acres of wetland and 64 linear feet (0.005 acres) of stream for the purpose of building two water treatment systems to treat three mine pool discharges from the Barbara Mine No. 1 and 2. An additional 0.11 acres of temporary wetland fill was restored to pre-existing conditions. The Northern treatment site collects the flow of one contaminated seep into a series of treatment basins, connected by a pipe to an outfall with riprap to a receiving stream. The Southern treatment site funnels the water of two seeps into a series of treatment basins and wetland areas until the treated water will be discharged to Reitz Creek via a rock lined channel. The applicant will mitigate for stream and wetland impacts via the purchase of 1.85 wetland credits from an approved mitigation bank. Drawings of the proposed dock are attached to this notice.

  • Ohio Public Notice LRB-2020-00595

    Expiration date: 4/25/2024

    The applicant is proposing to permanently discharge fill material into 3.87acres of emergent wetland and 0.018 acres of intermittent stream channel in connection with a commercial development. Please direct any comments you may have regarding this project to the project manager listed in the document.

  • New York Public Notice 408-LRB-2024-0001

    Expiration date: 4/25/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District, has issued a Public Notice regarding Section 408 Request 408-LRB-2024-0001. Village of Lancaster, the applicant, is performing vertical drilling within the Cayuga Inlet FRM project’s easements. There will be two borings, only B-1 is within the project easements and will be the focus of this review and notice. The boring is located on the left channel bank just downstream of the drop structure. The subsurface investigation is being conducted to assist in the design and construction of future pedestrian bridge crossings over Cayuga Inlet. The construction of the trail and bridge components for the Black Diamond Trail project will be submitted for a separate Section 408 review in the future.

  • Public Notice No. 24-09; LRP-2021-00493

    Expiration date: 4/24/2024

    The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into 920 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Kimberly Run and 0.62 acre of adjacent wetlands to establish a three-pit surface coal mine. One pit would be the active pit currently being mined, the second would be the potential Deep Mine Portal to be left open during mining as a possible future Deep Mine, and the third pit would be a shallow pit in the northern area of the site to remove limestone to be used for alkaline addition on the southern side. The applicant proposes to compensate for the unavoidable loss of Waters of the United States by purchasing third-party compensatory mitigation bank credits from a Corps-approved bank in the primary service area. Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice.

  • Public Notice No. 24-10; LRP-2012-01501

    Expiration date: 4/24/2024

    The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into 4,298 linear feet of Little Hackers Creek and its unnamed tributaries, and an additional 0.26 acre of associated wetlands in order to construct an expansion of the existing Little Hackers Refuse facility, including the construction of retention and settling ponds and structures. The applicant proposes to compensate for the unavoidable loss of Waters of the United States by purchasing third-party compensatory mitigation bank credits from a Corps-approved mitigation bank in the primary service area. Drawings of the proposed work are attached to this notice.

  • LRH-2022-00818

    Expiration date: 4/20/2024

    The district engineer has received a Prospectus proposing the establishment of a mitigation bank to provide compensatory mitigation for federal and state permits as described in this Public Notice. This Public Notice is required pursuant to the "Compensatory Mitigation for Losses ofAquatic Resources; Final Rule," (Rule) as published in the April 10, 2008, Federal Register, Vol. 73, No. 70, Pages 19594-19705 (33 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Part 332). The purpose ofthis Public Notice is to inform you of the proposed ecological restoration work and to solicit your comments and information to better enable us to make a reasonable decision on factors affecting the public interest.

  • LRH-2024-00227

    Expiration date: 4/20/2024

    The district engineer has received a Prospectus proposing the establishment of a mitigation bank to provide compensatory mitigation for federal and state permits as described in this Public Notice. This Public Notice is required pursuant to the “Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources; Final Rule,” (Rule) as published in the April 10, 2008, Federal Register, Vol. 73, No. 70, Pages 19594-19705 (33 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Part 332). The purpose of this Public Notice is to inform you of the proposed ecological restoration work and to solicit your comments and information to better enable us to make a reasonable decision on factors affecting the public interest.

  • LRH-2023-00620

    Expiration date: 4/20/2024

    The district engineer has received a Compensatory Mitigation Plan proposing the establishment of an in-lieu fee mitigation project to provide compensatory mitigation for federal and state permits as described in this Public Notice. This Public Notice is required pursuant to the “Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources; Final Rule,” (Rule) as published in the April 10, 2008, Federal Register, Vol. 73, No. 70, Pages 19594-19705 (33 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Part 332). The purpose of this Public Notice is to inform you of the proposed ecological restoration work and to solicit your comments and information to better enable us to make a reasonable decision on factors affecting the public interest.

  • LRH-2023-00439

    Expiration date: 4/20/2024

    The following application has been submitted for a Department of the Army (DA) Permit under the provisions of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act for the discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States. The Public Notice also provides an opportunity for the public to express their views on proposed adverse effects to historic properties associated with the proposed East of Africa Development Project.

  • PN No. 24.12; LRN-2024-00097

    Expiration date: 4/19/2024

    The proposed Smith Hollow Mitigation Bank (SHMB) project site involves a 35 acre parcel located off Smith Hollow Lane near Pleasant Shade, Smith County, Tennessee (Latitude 36.4025; Longitude -85.8967). The proposed bank boundary is located within the Pleasant Shade, Tennessee USGS Topographic Quadrangle. The project lies within the Cordell Hull Watershed (HUC 05130106) and Level III ecoregion 71 – Interior Plateau.

  • LRC-2009-338

    Expiration date: 4/17/2024

    After-the-Fact Individual Permit (IP) to re-authorize impacts to aquatic resources associated with the 135th Street Reconstruction project initially authorized under Individual Permit (IP) No. LRC-2009-00338 issued to the Will County Division of Transportation (WCDOT), formerly known as Will County Highway Department, on September 19, 2012 (2012 IP) in Will County, Illinois.

  • LRL-2023-00681

    Expiration date: 4/13/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Owen County, Kentucky. | APPLICANT: Davey Mitigation c/o Davey Resource Group Inc. | PROJECT PURPOSE: To develop a stream mitigation banking instrument that would operate within the Commonwealth of Kentucky, providing stream mitigation credits.

  • LRL-2018-01091

    Expiration date: 4/6/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Vanderburgh County, Indiana. | APPLICANT: Indiana Department of Transportation | PROJECT PURPOSE: To construct Section 3 of the Interstate 69 Ohio River Crossing from existing Interstate 69 south to the Indiana/Kentucky state border

  • LRL-2016-00046

    Expiration date: 4/3/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Marion County, Indiana. | APPLICANT: | PROJECT PURPOSE: NOTICE ANNOUNCING A MINOR MODIFICATIONTO THE LETTER OF PERMISSION AUTHORIZING NEW MITIGATION PROJECTS ACCOCIATED WITH APPROVED COMPENSATORY MITIGATION BANKING AND IN-LIUE FEE INSTRUMENTS

  • LRL-2004-00218

    Expiration date: 4/3/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Floyd County, Indiana. | APPLICANT: Duke Energy | PROJECT PURPOSE: The purpose of the Phase II portion of the Project is to remove existing Gallagher Station structures from the Ohio River and final grading of the property associated with the decommissioning and demolition of the Station.

  • LRL-2023-00378

    Expiration date: 4/3/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Fleming County, Kentucky. | APPLICANT: RES | PROJECT PURPOSE: To develop a stream mitigation banking instrument that would operate within the Commonwealth of Kentucky, providing stream mitigation credits.

  • Public Notice 24-05; LRN-2004-00470

    Expiration date: 4/3/2024

    Proposed discharge of fill material associated the construction of the Shellmound Campground and Day Use Area, including a sand swimming beach (0.3 acre), boat launching ramp (90’x25’), courtesy pier (130’x6’), T-shaped pier (175’x100’), and riprap bank stabilization (871 linear feet) on the Nickajack Reservoir, Tennessee River Mile 425.3, Marion County, Tennessee.

  • PN 24-09; LRN-2022-00726

    Expiration date: 3/30/2024

    Applicant proposes the construction of two community docks and appurtenant structures along with the stabilization of 1,387 linear feet of eroding streambank along the left bank of the Powell River embayment of Norris Reservoir.

  • LRH-408-2020-0002

    West Virginia American Water Raw Water Line

  • LRH-408-2021-0007

    408-LRH-2021-0007 – Fiberoptic Crossing under Ashland, Kentucky Floodwall 408-LRH-2021-0010 – Fiberoptic Crossing under Huntington, West Virginia Floodwall 408-LRH-2021-0011 – Fiberoptic Crossing under Ceredo, West Virginia Floodwall

  • LRH-408-2020-0003

    Franklinton Loop – Souder Avenue Multi-Use Path Connector

  • LRH-408-2020-0009

    Columbus Fibernet – Fishel Project

  • LRH-408-2020-0005

    Columbia Line H-8 Replacement

  • LRH-408-2020-0007

    Verizon - Rich Street Stop-Log Closure

  • LRH-408-2020-0004

    Limestone Creek Pump Station Improvements Project

  • LRH-408-2019-0003

    Newark, Ohio 2nd Street Interceptor and Gate Closure Project Drilling Program Plan

  • LRH-408-2022-0014

    Newark, Ohio 2nd Street Interceptor and Gate Closure Project Drilling Program Plan

  • LRH-408-2021-0002

    Portsmouth Water Treatment Plant

  • LRH-408-2022-0023

    Batham Storm Sewer and Orchard Sanitary Sewer Lift Station in Ironton, Ohio

  • LRH-408-2023-0014

    Levee Walkway Ramp in Chillicothe, OH

  • LRH-408-2023-0012

    Sanitary Force Main along Hocking River in Athens, OH

  • LRH-408-2023-0003

    Newark, Ohio 2nd Street Interceptor Project

  • LRH-408-2023-0006

    Drilling and Invasive Program Plan (DIPP) for Waterfront Improvement Project, City of Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio

  • LRP-2023-00218

    The applicant proposes to construct a recreational boat dock approximately 8’ wide x 40’ long, with a gangway 32’ long, using 3 - 10” diameter pilings to anchor the structure in place within the Ohio River, for the purpose of recreational boating and fishing. Drawings of the proposed dock are attached to this notice.

  • LRP-RG-S 2023-00413

    Expiration date: 3/27/2024

    The applicant proposes to permanently fill 2,123 linear feet of intermittent unnamed tributaries to Lick Run to construct a one million square foot warehouse and associated semi-trailer parking, employee parking, and related infrastructure for the purpose of creating manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, assembly, and office space. Drawings of the proposed project are attached to this notice. The applicant intends to purchase bank credits from an approved mitigation bank to satisfy compensatory mitigation for this project.

  • LRN-2022-00766; PN-24-08

    Expiration date: 3/27/2024

    The Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources In-Lieu Fee Program Instrument was approved on December 6, 2011, by the Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Marsh Creek In-Lieu Fee Stream and Wetland Mitigation Project has been submitted as a proposed addition to the ILF Instrument pursuant to 33 CFR 332, Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources (Federal Register: April 10, 2008, effective June 9, 2008). Pursuant to 33 CFR 332.8 (d), the district engineer will provide public notice of the proposed addition of an in-lieu fee (ILF) program mitigation site. As such, we are issuing a public notice to solicit comments for the instrument modification due to the proposed addition of an ILF mitigation site.

  • LRL-1992-00532

    Expiration date: 3/28/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Clark County, Indiana. | APPLICANT: Six Mile Island Marine Repair Service | PROJECT PURPOSE: To construct and maintain a marine repair service facility along the right descending (Indiana) bank of the Ohio River to facilitate the repair/maintenance of dry cargo barges and harbor boats.

  • LRN-2023-00936; PN 24-10

    Expiration date: 3/22/2024

    Cumberland Fossil Plant at Cumberland River Mile 103.0, Left Descending Bank, Lake Barkley, Stewart County, Tennessee, (Latitude: 36.397207 Longitude: 87.658937) The applicant proposes to build a new and improved boat ramp adjacent to the existing boat ramp to facilitate barge landing and unloading/loading of equipment and materials for ongoing site activities. Excavation by excavator would result in removal of a net 6,300 CY of material below summer pool such that summer pool would inundate this area; approximately 600 CY of geotextile with reinforced aggregate would be discharged below the ordinary high-water mark to form the ramp surface. The new and improved ramp would be 50' wide.

  • LRE-2007-00487-1-S23

    Expiration date: 3/12/2024

  • LRL-2023-00852

    Expiration date: 3/21/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Carter County, Kentucky | APPLICANT: Carter County Board of Education | PROJECT PURPOSE: To construct a centrally located high school campus in Carter County, Kentucky.

  • LRN-2023-00133; PN 24-06

    Expiration date: 3/15/2024

    This notice announces a prospectus has been submitted for the development of the Wheeler Wallace Mitigation Bank pursuant to 33 CFR 332, Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources (Federal Register: April 10, 2008, effective June 9, 2008).

  • LRN-2012-01077; PN24-04

    Expiration date: 3/15/2024

    Proposed multi-cargo marine terminal at Cumberland River Mile 162.2, Right Bank, Cheatham Lake, 1037 Thompson Road, Ashland City, Cheatham County, Tennessee.

  • Public Notice 408-LRB-2023-0012

    Expiration date: 3/9/2024

    Public notice to solicit comments from the public regarding the Flood Risk Management (FRM) Project at Cayuga Creek, Lancaster, New York

  • LRP-2023-00416

    Expiration date: 3/7/2024

    LRG proposes to establish the Huling Run Mitigation Bank within the approved LRG Umbrella Mitigation Banking Instrument. The Bank proposes re-establish and restore the waterways and wetlands historically impacted through anthropogenic alterations including agriculture and logging. Douglas Run was historically relocated, channelized, and the hydrologic sources of the stream have been disconnected from the waterway. Re-establishment of natural stream functions proposes to connect the stream with the floodplain and recharge the groundwater table. The connection of the stream with the floodplain will provide better support for the ground water system. This connection of the stream and flood plain will re-establish wetlands within the riparian buffers of the stream. In conjunction, LRG has identified thirteen tile drains and plans to reestablish the natural drainage patterns that existed prior to their installation.

  • LRB-2021-00507

    Expiration date: 3/4/2024

    The applicant has requested a Department of the Army permit to permanently impact approximately 1.67 acre of the Cuyahoga River channel, 4.70 acres of federally jurisdictional (PSS/PFO) wetlands, and approximately 768 linear feet of Brandywine Creek perennial stream channel. Please direct any comments you may have regarding this project to the project manager listed in the document.
  • Public Notice No. 24-03; LRN-2022-00541

    Expiration date: 3/2/2024

    This notice announces a prospectus has been submitted for the development of the Watts Creek Mitigation Bank pursuant to 33 CFR 332, Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources (Federal Register: April 10, 2008, effective June 9, 2008).

  • LRL-2016-00373

    Expiration date: 3/3/2024

    COUNTY-STATE: Union County, Kentucky | APPLICANT: The Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources Stream and Wetland In-Lieu Fee Program | PROJECT PURPOSE: To provide aquatic (stream and wetland) and vegetative habitat reestablishment.

  • Public Notice No. 24-02; LRN-2021-00267

    Expiration date: 3/5/2024

    Proposed discharge of fill material to facilitate the construction of a mixed use residential and commercial development in Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee.

  • LRL-2024-00036

    Expiration date: 3/2/2024

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, has issued a Public Notice LRL-2024-00036 for Boone County. STATE: Kentucky | COUNTY: Boone | APPLICANT: Distribution Drive Properties, LLC | PROJECT PURPOSE: To construct a concrete precast facility and associated infrastructure in the vicinity of Burlington, Kentucky.

  • Public Notice No. 24-01; LRN-2023-00125

    Expiration date: 2/28/2024

    Proposed permanent discharge of fill material to facilitate the construction of three warehouses associated with a the DRG Middle Tennessee Industrial Complex in Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee

  • LRB-2023-01279

    Expiration date: 2/26/2024

    The applicant proposes to permanently discharge fill material into approximately 1,300 linear feet of shoreline. Please direct any comments you may have regarding this project to the project manager listed in the document.

  • LRP-SPN 24-01

    Pittsburgh District Regulatory Division reviews and issues permits for work or structures in navigable waters pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, and for discharges of dredged or fill material into Waters of the United States pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act of 1972. As part of this permit review process, Pittsburgh District has identified several common additional informational needs specifically among permit applications for commercial and industrial (i.e., non-private use) facilities, and wishes to inform the public that the following items are required for processing all permits for commercial or industrial facilities consisting of work or structures within the previously designated navigable waters of the District, and/or that propose the discharge of dredged or fill material into Waters of the U.S. within the District, effective immediately. These requirements apply to new permit applications as well as to transfers or modifications of previously issued permits. Failure to provide all items below will result in a Federally incomplete application and necessitate one revision request from this office. Further, failure to submit all requested information within 30 days will result in application withdrawal. Pittsburgh District Regulatory Division reviews and issues permits for work or structures in navigable waters pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, and for discharges of dredged or fill material into Waters of the United States pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act of 1972. As part of this permit review process, Pittsburgh District has identified several common additional informational needs specifically among permit applications for commercial and industrial (i.e., non-private use) facilities, and wishes to inform the public that the following items are required for processing all permits for commercial or industrial facilities consisting of work or structures within the previously designated navigable waters of the District, and/or that propose the discharge of dredged or fill material into Waters of the U.S. within the District, effective immediately. These requirements apply to new permit applications as well as to transfers or modifications of previously issued permits. Failure to provide all items below will result in a Federally incomplete application and necessitate one revision request from this office. Further, failure to submit all requested information within 30 days will result in application withdrawal.

  • LRE-1992-560652-S23

    Expiration date: 1/3/2024

    Proposed Annual Realignment of Deer Creek adjacent to Lake Michigan at Shorewood Hills Subdivision in Sawyer, Michigan

  • LRH 2022-55

    Expiration date: 10/19/2021

    STATE - West Virginia **** PURPOSEThe proposed project, referred to as the Nucor Steel West Virginia (Nucor) Apple Grove Site, would be located within an approximate 691-acre (ac) site located along 7,500 linear feet (lf) of the left descending bank (LDB) of the Ohio River, between river mile points 281 and 282, near Apple Grove, in Mason County, West Virginia (latitude 38.647729°, longitude -82.175875°).  
  • LRH-2020-632

    Expiration date: 1/3/2024

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA authorization to discharge dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States in conjunction with the proposed McConnelsville Dam Replacement Project.

  • LRH-2023-905

    Expiration date: 1/30/2024

    STATE - OHIO **** SPONSOR - Water and Land Solutions **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Four Mile Mitigation Bank to provide stream mitigation credits that may be used as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable losses to waters authorized under separate permit actions.

  • LRH-2022-165

    Expiration date: 1/3/2024

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) **** PURPOSE - The overall project would construct approximately 6.1 miles of a new two-lane, and a short four-lane section, of roadway, on a new alignment along with necessary bridges and ancillary features.

  • LRE-2018-00704-35-S23

    Expiration date: 12/19/2023

    Proposed Inland-Excavated Boat Well, Dredging, and Riprap in the St. Marys River at Barbeau, Michigan

  • LRH-2022-932

    Expiration date: 11/28/2023

    STATE - West Virginia **** PURPOSE - In accordance with Title 33 CFR 325.5(c)(1) as published on November 13, 1986, in the Federal Register, Volume 51, Number 219, the district engineers of the Huntington District and Pittsburgh District United States (U.S.) Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), has re-issued the Regional General Permit (RGP) for Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) pursuant to Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.

  • LRE-1988-110332-S23-2

    Expiration date: 12/18/2023

    Proposed Structure Removal, Seawall, Riprap, Spring Piles, Docks, and Discharge of Fill in Clinton River at Harrison Township, Michigan

  • LRH-2012-147

    Expiration date: 12/8/2022

    STATE - West Virginia **** PURPOSE - PROPOSED REGIONAL GENERAL PERMIT FOR STREAM RESTORATION ACTIVITIES TO BE PERFORMED BY THE WEST VIRGINIA CONSERVATION AGENCY WITHIN THE HUNTINGTON AND PITTSBURGH DISTRICTS FOR THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA

  • LRH-2022-820

    Expiration date: 10/15/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Brooks Creek Development, LLC**** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA authorization to permanently discharge dredged and/or fill material into two (2) wetlands and one (1) stream (East Fork Mill Creek) in association with the construction of the proposed North Pointe/Brooks Creek Development. Schooley Hollow Mining Area.

  • LRH-2021-942

    Expiration date: 11/13/2022

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT -Hondros Family of Companies **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Woodtown Mitigation Bank to provide stream mitigation credits that may be used as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable losses to waters authorized under separate permit actions in accordance with 33 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) §325, Ohio Revised Code (ORC) §6111, and Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) §3745-1-54 and pursuant to 33 CFR §332.

  • LRH-2022-162-SCR

    Expiration date: 10/27/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - The Nature Conservancy **** PURPOSE - The sponsor proposes to conduct aquatic ecosystem restoration by restoring stream channels and riparian areas, re-establishing and rehabilitating wetlands, promoting effective floodplain interaction, improving water quality and aquatic resource habitat.

  • LRH-2022-899

    Expiration date: 10/21/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - The Nature Conservancy **** PURPOSE - The sponsor proposes to conduct aquatic ecosystem restoration by restoring stream channels and riparian areas, re-establishing and rehabilitating wetlands, promoting effective floodplain interaction, improving water quality and aquatic resource habitat.

  • LRH-2016-490

    Expiration date: 10/15/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT Bavelis Zenios Development, LLC**** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA authorization to discharge 3,291 cubic yards of dredged and/or fill material into one (1) forested wetland and one (1) emergent wetland in conjunction with the construction of the proposed Evans Farm Development Project

  • LRH-2023-476

    Expiration date: 10/15/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - City of Lebanon **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a Department of the Army (DA) permit authorization for the proposed temporary discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States in association with the Lebanon Scenic Railway Bridge Replacement Project.

  • LRH-2013-385

    Expiration date: 9/11/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - CCU Coal & Construction, LLC**** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA permit to discharge dredged and/or fill material into one (1) ephemeral stream, 23 intermittent streams, five (5) perennial streams, two (2) emergent wetlands, and three (3) open water features, as indicated in Table 1 and Table 2, in conjunction with the construction, operation and reclamation of the Schooley Hollow Mining Area.

  • LRH-2023-553

    Expiration date: 8/11/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Stream + Wetlands Foundation **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Laurel Run Stream In-Lieu Fee Mitigation Site to generate stream mitigation credits that may be used as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable losses to waters authorized under separate permit actions.

  • LRH-2023-551

    Expiration date: 8/11/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Stream + Wetlands Foundation **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Hellbranch Run Phase 3 Wetland Mitigation Bank to provide wetland mitigation credits that may be used as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable losses to waters authorized under separate permit.

  • LRH-2023-355

    Expiration date: 9/11/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Red Stone Farm, LLC **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to expand the existing Red Stone Mitigation Bank and provide stream and wetland mitigation credits to be used as compensatory mitigation for unavoidable losses to waters authorized under separate permit actions.

  • LRH-2015-00592; LRP-2015-798; NAO-2015-0898

    Expiration date: 7/28/2046

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC **** PURPOSE - Notice of Permit Authorization
  • LRH-2022-55

    Expiration date: 7/20/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - NUCOR STEEL WEST VIRGINIA, LLC **** PURPOSE - Nucor has requested Department of the Army (DA) authorization for proposed discharges of dredged and/or fill material into direct and indirect tributaries of the Ohio River, associated wetlands, and for the work along the Ohio River.

  • LRH 2012-00959; LRB 2012-01404; LRP 2012-00572

    Expiration date: 4/24/2023

    STATE - Ohio **** APPLICANT - The Nature Conservancy **** PURPOSE - The Sponsor has submitted a request to modify their existing ILF program instrument, dated October 2, 2012, to include general revisions reflecting present day compensatory mitigation standards and concepts, the inclusion of updated watershed and project data, and to modernize aspects of their operations based on current practices as well as additional process improvements.

  • LRH-2021-600

    Expiration date: 7/17/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Terry Coyne Properties, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA authorization to permanently discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 6,236 linear feet of one (1) stream (AD 1) in conjunction with the Bulen Pierce Road Project, as depicted on the attached Site Plan (Sheet 1 of 2).

  • LRH-2023-354

    Expiration date: 6/5/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - STREAM+WETLANDS FOUNDATION **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a mitigation site plan to the Corps, Huntington District detailing the proposed development of a wetland mitigation bank.

  • LRH-2021-912

    Expiration date: 6/6/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - Kingston Mining, Inc. **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA permit to discharge dredged and/or fill material into 2,364 linear feet of perennial and intermittent streams and 4.31 acres of PEM, PSS, and open water wetlands in conjunction with the construction, operation and reclamation of the Sewell Deep Mine.
  • LRH-2019-943

    Expiration date: 5/5/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - Ramaco Resources, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a DA permit to discharge dredged and/or fill material into a total of 7,367 linear feet of intermittent and ephemeral stream channels in conjunction with the construction, operation and reclamation of the Elk Creek Refuse Facility.

  • LRH-2012-113; LRP-2012-1750

    Expiration date: 6/5/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - STREAM+WETLANDS FOUNDATION **** PURPOSE - The Sponsor has submitted a request to modify, consolidate, and revise their existing approved ILF program instruments (LRH-2013-00112-Wetlands, LRH-2014-00999-Streams, LRP-2012-1750-Wetlands, and LRP-2014-01129-Streams).

  • LRH-2022-55

    Expiration date: 5/5/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - NUCOR STEEL WEST VIRGINIA, LLC **** PURPOSE - Since issuance of the October 5, 2022 notice, in January 2023, the applicant submitted a revised design this office. A description of the current project design has been included in Enclosure 1 of this Public Notice.

  • Notice of Availability of the Beta Streamflow Duration Assessment Methods for the Northeast and Southeast

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Baltimore, Buffalo, Charleston, Chicago, Detroit, Fort Worth, Galveston, Huntington, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Mobile, Nashville, New England, New Orleans, New York, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Savannah, St. Louis, Tulsa, Vicksburg, and Wilmington Districts, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 jointly announce the availability of the Beta Streamflow Duration Assessment Methods (SDAM) for the Northeast and Southeast (dated April 12, 2023). The methods are rapid assessment tools to help distinguish between ephemeral, intermittent, and perennial streamflow at the reach scale for the Northeast and Southeast SDAM Regions. The beta SDAMs may help provide technical guidance for identifying waters that may be subject to regulatory jurisdiction under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act; however, these methods do not alter or change the definition of “Waters of the U.S.”

  • LRH-2022-932

    Expiration date: 4/6/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA****PURPOSE - PROPOSED REGIONAL GENERAL PERMIT FOR ABANDONED MINE LANDS WITHIN THE HUNTINGTON AND PITTSBURGH DISTRICTS FOR THE STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA

  • LRE-1998-1000100-S22

    Expiration date: 3/5/2028

    Reissuance of Programmatic General Permit for Minor Activities in Indiana

  • LRH 2021-00987

    Expiration date: 3/27/2023

    STATE - Ohio **** APPLICANT - The Nature Conservancy **** Purpose - The sponsor proposes to conduct aquatic ecosystem restoration by stabilizing and restoring stream channel, re-establishing wetlands, promoting effective floodplain interaction, and improving the overall habitat and water quality of the site.

  • LRH-2022-621

    Expiration date: 3/30/2023

    STATE - WEST VIRGINIA **** APPLICANT - GREENBRIER MINERALS, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested a permit to discharge dredged and/or fill material into perennial, intermittent, and ephemeral stream channels, and an open water impoundment in conjunction with the construction, operation and reclamation of the Elklick Contour Surface Mine

  • LRH-2015-00592-GBR; LRP-2015-798; NAO-2015-0898

    Expiration date: 2/25/2023

    NOTICE OF COMMENT PERIOD EXTENSION **** STATE - West Virginia **** APPLICANT - Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC ****The public comment period on this proposal has been extended until February 25, 2022. The information provided in the December 12, 2022 Public Notice remains valid.
  • LRH-2022-00097

    Expiration date: 2/25/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - THE NATURE CONSERVANCY **** PURPOSE - The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Long Branch Farm ILF Mitigation Project to deliver compensatory mitigation to offset stream and wetland impacts within the Lower Miami watershed.

  • LRH 2022-869

    Expiration date: 2/11/2023

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization for the permanent discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the United States associated with the decommissioning of the Churn Creek Dam within the Shawnee State Forest.

  • LRH 2015-00592-GBR; LRP 2015-798; NAO 2015-0898

    Expiration date: 2/10/2023

    STATE - Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Virginia **** APPLICANT - Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has provided supplemental information which overall reduces impacts. This includes a detailed stream and wetland restoration plan, a voluntary proposal to provide additional compensatory mitigation for longer-term temporary impacts to waters of the U.S., a cumulative effects assessment, minor corrections, and refinements to the amount of discharges of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the U.S. necessitated by the proposed project to further avoid and minimize effects to waters of the U.S.
  • LRH 2015-00592-GBR; LRP 2015-798; NAO 2015-0898

    Expiration date: 1/11/2023

    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: On March 29, 2021, the United States (U.S.) Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Huntington, Pittsburgh, and Norfolk Districts (collectively the Districts) issued joint Public Notices LRH-2015-00592-GBR, LRP-2015-798, and NAO-2015-0898 announcing the application for a Department of the Army (DA) Permit under the provisions of Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (Section 10) and Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (Section 404) for the proposed discharge of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the U.S. and work in and under navigable waters of the U.S. This Public Notice can be found at the following link: https://www.lrh.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory/Public-Notices/Article/2553962/lrh-2015-592-gbr/ Subsequently, on September 30, 2021 the Corps issued a Public Notice announcing virtual public hearings, which were held on November 1, 2021 and November 4, 2021, and the opening of a written comment period which closed on November 19, 2021. As part of the Corps’ permit evaluation process, the applicant has provided supplemental information, as discussed below, and is soliciting comments from the public, federal, state and local agencies and officials, Indian Tribes and other interested parties in order to consider and evaluate the supplemental information provided by the applicant.
  • LRH 2022-510

    Expiration date: 12/29/2022

    STATE - Ohio *** APPLICANT - NorthPoint Development LLC *** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization to permanently discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 8.5 acres of one (1) wetlandin association with the construction of the proposed Morris Farm Site – Warehousing and Logistics Development.

  • LRH 2022-00823

    Expiration date: 11/14/2021

    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The district engineer has received a mitigation site plan proposing the establishment of a mitigation bank to provide compensatory mitigation for Federal and State permits as described in this Public Notice. This Public Notice is required pursuant to the “Compensatory Mitigation for Losses of Aquatic Resources; Final Rule,” (Rule) as published in the April 10, 2008, Federal Register, Vol. 73, No. 70, Pages 19594-19705 (33 Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Parts 332). The purpose of this Public Notice is to inform you of the proposed ecological restoration work and to solicit your comments and information to better enable us to make a reasonable decision on factors affecting the public interest.
  • LRH 2008-00850

    Expiration date: 11/5/2021

    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The following application has been submitted for a Department of the Army (DA) Permit under the provisions of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899 (Section 10).
  • LRE-1990-2000050-S22

    Expiration date: 7/1/2027

    Reissuance of Regional General Permits for Minor Work, Structures and Discharges of Dredged and Fill Material in Michigan

  • LRE-2020-00006 - Indiana

    Expiration date: 3/14/2026

    Reissuance of the 41 Nationwide Permits and Final Regional Conditions in Indiana

  • LRE-2020-00006 - Michigan

    Expiration date: 3/14/2026

    Reissuance of the 41 Nationwide Permits and Final Regional Conditions in Michigan

  • LRH 2015-00592-GBR; LRP 2015-798; NAO 2015-0898

    Expiration date: 1/11/2023

    STATE - Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Virginia **** APPLICANT - Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has provided supplemental information which overall reduces impacts. This includes a detailed stream and wetland restoration plan, a voluntary proposal to provide additional compensatory mitigation for longer-term temporary impacts to waters of the U.S., a cumulative effects assessment, minor corrections, and refinements to the amount of discharges of dredged and/or fill material into waters of the U.S. necessitated by the proposed project to further avoid and minimize effects to waters of the U.S.
  • LRH 2022-950

    Expiration date: 1/12/2023

    STATE - Ohio **** APPLICANT - MBJ Holdings, LLC **** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization to discharge 10,605 cubic yards of dredged and/or fill material into 6.51 acres of five (5) forested wetlands and 563 linear feet (0.063 acre) of one (1) intermittent stream (Duncan Run) in conjunction with the construction of the proposed New Albany Tech Park Project.

  • LRH 2022-510

    Expiration date: 12/29/2021

    STATE - Ohio *** APPLICANT - NorthPoint Development LLC *** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization to permanently discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 8.5 acres of one (1) wetlandin association with the construction of the proposed Morris Farm Site – Warehousing and Logistics Development.

  • LRH 2022-314

    Expiration date: 12/29/2021

    STATE - Ohio *** APPLICATION - Nestle Purina PetCare Company *** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization to permanently discharge approximately 12,849 cubic yards of dredged and/or fill material into approximately 4,423 linear feet (0.55 acre) of streams, 5.29 acres of wetlands, and 0.45 acre of open water in order to construct a new wet pet food manufacturing facility.

  • LRH 2022-912

    Expiration date: 12/29/2022

    STATE - Ohio *** APPLICANT - Simpson Strong-Tie Company *** PURPOSE - The applicant has requested authorization to permanently discharge dredged and/or fill material into approximately 2.75 acres of two (2) wetlands in conjunction with the Simpson Strong-Tie Expansion Project, as depicted in the attached Preferred Alternative Wetland Exhibit.

  • LRH 2022-689

    Expiration date: 12/17/2021

    STATE - OHIO **** APPLICANT - SOUTHWEST LICKING COMMUNITY WATER & SEWER DISTRICT **** PURPOSE - The applicant authorization to discharge dredged and/or fill material into 4.65 acres of one (1) forested wetland and 12 linear feet (0.002 acre) of one (1) perennial stream (Sycamore Creek) in conjunction with the construction of the proposed Wagram Wastewater Treatment Plant Project.

  • LRH 2015-1094

    Expiration date: 12/9/2021

    STATE - Ohio *** APPLICANT - CCU Coal & Construction, LLC *** Purpose - The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 13,150 cubic yards of dredged and/or fill material into 1,274 linear feet of ephemeral streams, 5,387 linear feet of intermittent streams, and 7.96 acres of emergent wetlands associated with the construction, operation, and reclamation of the 302.3 acre Hunt Adjacent 4 Mining Area (D-2226-4).nited States (U.S.).

  • LRH 2022-00824

    Expiration date: 11/14/2021

    STATE -- OHIO **** APPLICANT -- WATER & LAND SOLUTIONS **** PURPOSE -- The sponsor has submitted a proposal to develop the Granary Mitigation Bank to provide stream mitigation credits within the Upper Scioto watershed.
  • LRE-2020-00006 - Michigan

    Expiration date: 3/14/2026

    Reissuance of the 16 Nationwide Permits and Final Regional Conditions in Michigan

  • LRL-2020-00006 - Indiana

    Expiration date: 3/14/2026

    Reissuance of the 16 Nationwide Permits and Final Regional Conditions in Indiana

  • LRE-2014-00571-100-S19

    Expiration date: 12/15/2024

    Public Notice Announcing Reissuance of the Indiana Regional General Permit No. 001

  • Algoma Harbor

    Recreational harbor with a project depth of 14 feet for 2,000 feet of maintained channel. Dredged material is placed in an upland site provided by local stakeholders on an as needed basis. This harbor also serves as a harbor of refuge for recreational vessels.
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 2

    7451 Lockway West, Pittsburgh, PA 15206-1183 | 412-661-2217
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 4

    1 River Avenue , Natrona, PA. 15065-2609 | 724-224-2666 
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 5

    842 Dam Road, Freeport, PA 16229-2031 | 724-295-2261
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 6

    1258 River Road, Freeport, PA 16229-2023 | 724-295-3775 (unmanned) 
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 7

    830 River Road, Freeport PA, 16229-2031 | 724-295-2261
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 8

    830 River Road, Freeport, PA, 16229-2031 | 724-295-2261
  • Allegheny River Lock and Dam 9

    830 River Road, Freeport, PA, 16229-2031 | 724-295-2261
  • Alpena Harbor, Michigan

    Alpena Harbor is located at mouth of the Thunder Bay River which empties into Thunder Bay, Lake Huron. The harbor is 100-miles southeast of Cheboygan Harbor, Mich.
  • Alum Creek Lake

    Alum Creek Lake was authorized by Section 203 of Flood Control Act of 1962. The primary project purposes are are flood risk reduction, water supply for the Columbus metropolitan area, fish and wildlife, and recreation. The lake is impounded by a rolled earthfill dam, 93 ft. tall and 10,200 ft. long with a gated concrete spillway. The dam was completed in August 1974 and serves a drainage area of 123 square miles.
  • ANS Acoustic Telemetry Fact Sheet

    OverviewTelemetry is an automated communications process used to collect data remotely by a monitoring system.  The Chicago District Telemetry Monitoring Project implants fish with individually-coded, ultrasonic transmitters in the Upper Illinois Waterway (IWW) and Chicago Area Waterways System (CAWS) to track patterns of fish activity. Transmitted
  • ANS Electrofishing Fact Sheet

    OverviewElectrofishing is a monitoring tool that uses a pulsed direct current electric field, emitted from a boat mounted generator powered pulser to temporarily stun fish. The fish can then be collected via dip net to allow biologists the opportunity to identify species.  Electrofishing is used by the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee’s
  • ANS Frequently Asked Question

    Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat are you doing to prevent the spread of Asian carp?The Corps is committed to sustaining our water resources and protecting our natural treasures, our Great Lakes.The Corps is a member of the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee, which is comprised of various federal and state agencies with niche roles and
  • Aquatic Nuisance Species

    Aquatic nuisance species are nonindigenous species that threaten the diversity or abundance of native species or the ecological stability of infested waters, or commercial, agricultural, aquacultural or recreational activities dependent on such waters. See Section 1003(2) of the Nonindigenous Aquatic Nuisance Prevention and Control Act of 1990, 16 U.S.C. § 4702(1) (2010).
  • Arcadia Harbor, Michigan

    Arcadia Harbor is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 193 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL. and 15 miles northerly from Manistee, MI.
  • Ashland 1 Site

    The Ashland 1 (Including Seaway Area D), Ashland 2 and Rattlesnake Creek sites have been successfully remediated under the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The sites are located in Tonawanda, New York, a suburb of Buffalo. Radiologically contaminated soils were excavated and shipped offsite. The implemented remedy achieved the degree of cleanup and protection specified in the Record of Decision (ROD) for the Ashland 1 (Including Seaway Area D) and Ashland 2 Sites and the Explanation of Significant Differences (ESD) for the Rattlesnake Creek Portion of the Ashland Sites for all pathways of exposure. No further response is needed to protect human health and the environment from the project contaminants of concern. All areas of concern have been addressed.
  • Ashland 2 Site

    The Ashland 1 (Including Seaway Area D), Ashland 2 and Rattlesnake Creek sites have been successfully remediated under the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The sites are located in Tonawanda, New York, a suburb of Buffalo. Radiologically contaminated soils were excavated and shipped offsite. The implemented remedy achieved the degree of cleanup and protection specified in the Record of Decision (ROD) for the Ashland 1 (Including Seaway Area D) and Ashland 2 Sites and the Explanation of Significant Differences (ESD) for the Rattlesnake Creek Portion of the Ashland Sites for all pathways of exposure. No further response is needed to protect human health and the environment from the project contaminants of concern. All areas of concern have been addressed.
  • Ashland Harbor, Wisconsin

    Ashland Harbor is located at the head of Chequamegon Bay, on the south shore of Lake Superior, about 65 miles east of Duluth, MN.
  • Atwood Lake

    Atwood Lake serves as the Project Office for the projects located within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife.
  • AuSable Harbor, Michigan

    Au Sable Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, 8 miles north of Au Sable Point, northeast limit of Saginaw Bay.
  • Barkley Dam

    Barkley Dam is a concrete gravity and earthfill structure that measures 10,180 ft.  The powerplant section of the dam contains four generating units capable of producing 130,000 kilowatts.  The spillway section contains 12 tainter gates with a maximum discharge capacity of 520,000 cubic feet per second.Barkley Dam was authorized for construction in
  • Barkley Navigation Lock

    Barkley Navigation LockBarkley Lock is located 30.6 river miles from where the Cumberland River joins the Ohio River at Smithland, Kentucky.  The nearest community to the lock is Grand Rivers, Kentucky. Barkley Lock was opened to navigation traffic in July of 1964.  The lock chamber is 800-foot long and 110-foot wide.  During normal lake levels,
  • Barren River Lake

    Welcome to Barren River Lake. The lake is situated in the rural, rolling hills of Allen, Barren and Monroe counties in South Central Kentucky.  The dam is located 12 miles east of Scottsville, KY and 15 miles southwest of Glasgow, KY on State Highway 252. Barren River Lake covers 20,150 acres at maximum flood control pool and 10,000 acres at normal summer pool.
  • Bayfield Harbor, Wisconsin

    Located on the south shore of Lake Superior, 85 miles east of Duluth, MN.
  • Bayport Harbor, Michigan

    Bay Port Harbor, Michigan is located on Wild Fowl Bay on the east shore of Saginaw Bay about 10 mile south of Caseville, MI.
  • Beach City Lake

    Beach City Dam is located near the northern border of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, on Sugar Creek, a tributary of the Tuscarawas River, about nine miles above New Philadelphia, Ohio. The dam was completed in 1936 for flood control and water conservation in the Muskingum Watershed area.
  • Beech Fork Lake

    Beech Fork Lake (authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1962) is part of the integrated flood reduction system operated by the Corps of Engineers for the entire Ohio River Basin. When these lakes are operated as a vast storage system, flood crests along the Ohio can be significantly reduced. Beech Fork Lake opened for recreational activities in May
  • Beech Fork Lake & East Lynn Lake Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the public involvement phase of the Beech Fork Lake & East Lynn Lake projects Regional Master Plan revision. This stage is to inform the public of the revision process and receive public input. Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan.
  • Belle River, Michigan

    Authorized project depths are 14 feet and 15 feet.
  • Belleville Locks and Dam

    The Huntington District is home to the Belleville Locks and Dam located on the Ohio River at mile 204. Belleville Locks sit 203.9 miles below Pittsburgh, PA, and 0.5 miles below Belleville, WV. The two navigation locks are located on the right bank (Ohio side) of the river. The upper pool maintained above the dam extends upstream for a distance of 42.2 miles to Willow Island Dam.
  • Berlin Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938, Berlin Lake is one of 16 flood damage reduction projects in the Army Corps’ Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the Mahoning River Valley as well as for the Beaver and Upper Ohio Rivers.Since its completion in 1943, the Berlin Lake project has prevented flood damages estimated
  • Big Bay Harbor, Michigan

    Big Bay Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, 33 miles northwesterly from Marquette, Michigan, and 38 miles easterly from the Portage entry to the Keweenaw Waterway.
  • Big Suamico River

    Serves as a shallow draft recreational harbor. Project depth is 8 feet throughout. Approximately 3,700 feet of maintained federal channel.
  • Black River, Port Huron, Michigan

    The Black River has its source in the northern part of Sanilac County, MI, is about 60 miles long, and flows in a southeasterly direction into the St. Clair River at Port Huron, MI.
  • Black River, Upper Peninsula, Michigan

    Black River Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Black River on the south shore of Lake Superior 39 miles westerly from Ontonagon, MI, and 47 miles easterly from Ashland, WI.
  • Black Rock Lock

    The Black Rock Channel extends from Buffalo Harbor to the Black Rock Lock.  It is three and one-half miles in length.  The Federal navigation channel has a minimum width of 200 feet. Pleasure craft are required to yield the right-of-way to commercial vessels due to the confined waters of the channel.
  • Bluestone Dam

    Bluestone Lake was authorized by Section 5 of the Flood Control Act of 1936, amended by section 4 of the FCA of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk management, fish and wildlife enhancement, recreation, and low flow augmentation. Bluestone Dam spans the New River at Hinton, WV forming Bluestone Lake, the third largest lake in West Virginia. At summer pool Bluestone Lake covers 2,040 acres and is 10.7 miles long.
  • Bluestone Dam, Dam Safety Assurance Mega-Project

    Bluestone Dam began operations in 1949 and is located in West Virginia in Summers County approximately one and a half miles upstream of the City of Hinton. The dam is a conventional concrete gravity dam measuring nearly a 0.5 mile long and 165 feet tall. Bluestone Dam is a multi-purpose project.  To learn more about Bluestone Dam, please scroll
  • Bluestone Lake Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the public involvement phase of the Bluestone Lake Master Plan revision. This stage is to inform the public of the revision process and receive public input. Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan.
  • Bolivar Dam

    Bolivar Dam is within the Upper Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Land includes 713 fee acres and 8,282 flowage easement acres. The dam was completed September 1938 and serves a drainage area of 504 square miles. The dam is a rolled earth-fill with impervious core, 87 ft. tall, 6,300 ft. long and 25 ft. wide at the top and 480 ft. wide at the base.
  • Bolles Harbor, Michigan

    Bolles Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Erie, at the mouth of La Plaisance Creek, 7 miles southwest of Monroe, Michigan.
  • Braddock Locks and Dam

    11th Street, Braddock, PA 15104-1704 | 412-271-1272 
  • Brookville Lake

    Welcome to the Brookville Lake website. The lake is located in Franklin and Union counties on the East Fork of the Whitewater River. The dam is about one-half mile above Brookville, Indiana, and 36 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Buchanan County Section 202 Project

    The primary components of the project include school relocations; an Emergency Evacuation Plan (EEP); and a voluntary floodproofing and floodplain evacuation program. The Buchanan County Career and Technical Center (BCCTHLC) qualifies for a floodproofing Ring wall around the facility and USACE Huntington District completed the Design Documentation Report (DDR) in November 2019.
  • Buckhorn Lake

    Welcome to the Buckhorn Lake. The lake is situated in Leslie and Perry counties on the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River in the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau, offering the scenic beauty of the Appalachian Mountain Range. The dam is located near the small community of Buckhorn, Ky., about 100 miles southeast of Lexington and 30 miles west of Hazard. The 1,230 acre Buckhorn Lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Buckhorn Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the Buckhorn Lake Master Plan. The Master Plan is intended to serve as a comprehensive land and recreational management plan with a life span of 25 years. It guides the stewardship of natural and cultural resources and the provision of outdoor recreation
  • Burns Waterway Harbor

    Serves as a commercial harbor. Project depth is 30 feet in the approach channel, 28 feet in the outer harbor, and 27 feet in both harbor arms.
  • Burns Waterway Small Boat Harbor

    Serves as a recreational harbor. Project depth is 11 feet in the approach channel, 10 feet in the inner harbor, and 6 feet in the river channel.
  • Burnsville & Sutton Lake Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the public involvement phase of the Burnsville Lake & Sutton Lake projects Regional Master Plan revision. This stage is to inform the public of the revision process and receive public input. Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan.
  • Burnsville Lake

    Burnsville Dam is located in Braxton County on the Little Kanawha River, 124 miles above its confluence with the Ohio River and approximately 3 miles above the Town of Burnsville, West Virginia.
  • C.J. Brown Dam and Reservoir

    Welcome to the C. J. Brown Dam and Reservoir. The lake is located near Springfield in west central Ohio, less than a day's drive from Indianapolis, Cleveland, Louisville or Toledo. The 2,120 acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The C. J. Brown Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors. 
  • C.W. Bill Young Lock and Dam

    1 Barking Road, New Kensington, PA 15068 | (412) 828-3550
  • Caesar Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Caesar Creek Lake. The lake is located in Warren, Clinton and Greene counties in southwestern Ohio. The dam is three miles above the mouth of Caesar Creek, a tributary of the Little Miami River. The 2,830-acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The Caesar Creek Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors.
  • Cagles Mill Lake

    Welcome to the Cagles Mill Lake. The lake lies in Putnam and Owen counties in south-central Indiana, approximately midway between Indianapolis and Terre Haute. The area is picturesque with rolling hills surrounded by streams and creeks. The dam is located on Mill Creek 2.8 miles above its mouth. Cagles Mill Lake bears the name of an old grist mill that was just downstream from the lake on Mill Creek.
  • Calumet Harbor

    Serves as a commercial harbor. Project depth is 29 feet in the approach channel, 28 feet in the outer harbor, and 27 feet in the main river channel. Approximately 12,153 feet of steel sheet pile and timber crib breakwater structures. The federal navigation channel within the harbor is 4.4 miles long.
  • Calumet Harbor Dredging

    A Dredged Material Management Plan (DMMP) was approved in September 2020 that identified vertical expansion of the current facility as the lowest cost, environmentally acceptable alternative for managing dredged sediment for the next 20 years.
  • Calumet Region Enviromental Infrastructure

    This project provides technical planning, design and construction assistance to non-federal interests who have environmental infrastructure needs across Benton, Jasper, Lake, Newton and Porter Counties, Indiana.
  • Cannelton Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the Cannelton Locks and Dam. The Cannelton Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River at mile 720.7 below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is three miles upstream from Cannelton, Indiana. The navigation locks are located on the right descending bank or Indiana side of the river.
  • Captain Anthony Meldahl Locks and Dam

    Meldahl Locks and Dam are located at mile 436 of the Ohio River in Felicity. Estimated construction $74,082,900.
  • Carr Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Carr Creek Lake. The lake is located in the mountainous region of southeastern Kentucky, about 16 miles from Hazard and 18 miles from Whitesburg. The dam is located 8.8 miles above the mouth of Carr Fork, a tributary of the North Fork of the Kentucky River. The 710 acre lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Caseville Harbor, Michigan

    Caseville Harbor, Michigan is located at mouth of the Pigeon River on the south shore of Saginaw Bay about 17 miles southwest of Port Austin, MI.
  • Cave Run Lake

    Welcome to the Cave Run Lake. The lake is located within the scenic Eastern Highlands Region of Kentucky and is almost completely surrounded by the northern-most section of the Daniel Boone National Forest. An earth and rockfill dam built across the Licking River created Cave Run Lake. The 8,270 acre Cave Run Lake is most widely known for its outdoor recreation opportunities, excellent fishing and scenic beauty. However, the lake project was constructed primarily for the purpose of reducing flood damage.
  • Cecil M. Harden Lake

    Welcome to Cecil M. Harden Lake. Cecil M. Harden Lake (also known as Raccoon Lake), located in west central Indiana, lies predominantly in Parke County and extends into Putnam County.  The dam is on Big Raccoon Creek 33 miles upstream of its juncture with the Wabash River.  It is approximately 25 miles northeast of Terre Haute, 50 miles west of Indianapolis, and 15 miles north of Brazil.
  • Cedar River Harbor, Michigan

    Cedar River Harbor, Michigan is located on Green Bay off of Lake Michigan, about 25 miles northwest of Menominee, MI.
  • Center Hill Dam

    Center Hill Dam is one of the multipurpose projects that make up the Corps of Engineers’ system for development of the water resources of the Cumberland River Basin. This system is an important part of a larger plan of development for the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.As a major unit in the system, Center Hill Dam and Lake function to control the
  • Center Hill Lake

    Draft Shoreline Management Plan - View Shoreline Management Plan News Release - View  The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Center Hill Lake.  The lake provides varied outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors
  • Channels in Straits of Mackinac, Michigan

    Located between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas.
  • Charles Mill Lake

    Charles Mill Dam is located on the Black Fork of the Mohican River, 10 miles east of Mansfield and 10 miles southwest of Ashland, Ohio. The lake is located in Ashland and Richland counties with the dam being located in Ashland County. Charles Mill Dam was constructed in 1935-36 and is primarily for flood control but also for recreation and fish and wildlife management. 
  • Charlevoix Harbor, Michigan

    Charlevoix Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 276 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 75 miles northerly from Frankfort, MI.
  • Cheatham Dam

    Cheatham Dam is located in Cheatham County, Tenn., on the Cumberland River at mile 148.7 about nine miles downstream of Ashland City.  It is about 42 miles downstream from Nashville.Cheatham Dam was authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act and approved July 24, 1946  by Public Law 525.  Inclusion of hydroelectric capability was authorized by Public
  • Cheatham Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cheatham Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, hunting,
  • Cheatham Navigation Lock

    Cheatham Navigation LockCheatham Lock is located at Mile 148.6 on the Cumberland River in Cheatham County, Tennessee and is approximately 10 miles northwest of Ashland City, Tenn.  Cheatham Lock is open to pass navigation traffic 24 hours-a-day, 365 days a year. The 67-mile reservoir created by Cheatham Dam provides Nashville and middle Tennessee
  • Cheboygan Harbor, Michigan

    Cheboygan Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Cheboygan River, which empties into western Lake Huron about 16 miles southeast of the Straits of Mackinac Bridge.
  • Chicago Area Waterway

    Stages, flows, and basin precipitation for Lake Michigan, Chicago River, Des Plaines River, Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, Little Calumet River, Thorn Creek, Hart Ditch, Fox River, Du Page River, and Kankakee River.
  • Chicago District Locks

    The Chicago District operates three locks within our district footprint, the Chicago Lock, The Lockport Lock, and the T.J. O'Brien Lock.
  • Chicago Harbor

    Authorized as a commercial harbor. Project depth is 29 feet in the Lake Michigan harbor approach, 28 feet in the outer harbor, and 21 feet to Rush Street.
  • Chicago Harbor Lock

    The Chicago Harbor Lock is located in the city of Chicago – adjacent to Navy Pier – and separates the waters of the Lake Michigan basin from the Chicago River.
  • Chicago River

    The project consists of a river navigation channel that is 2.97 miles long at -21.0 ft LWD from Michigan Avenue to North Avenue. A navigation channel approximately 3.7 miles at -9.0 ft LWD deep from North Avenue to Addison Street is also authorized, but not constructed. The project includes a perpetual responsibility for water control and emergency monitoring of the waterways within the Chicago District.
  • Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) Dispersal Barriers

    The Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (CSSC) is a man-made waterway that connects the Chicago and the Des Plaines Rivers forming an aquatic connection between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River basin. Dispersal barriers were constructed to generate an in-water electric field to prevent the spread of invasive fish species between these watersheds.
  • Chicago Shoreline

    The project non-federal sponsors are required to complete the remaining two segments of the project, Morgan Shoals (45th to 51st Street) and Promontory Point segment (54th to 56th Streets), with Corps oversight at their expense to fulfill their obligations under the existing PCA. However, WRDA 2022 language directs the Corps to cost share the Locally Preferred Plan for those two remaining segments.
  • Chicago Shoreline General Reevaluation Report

    This project will address significant coastal storm damage experienced along at-risk reaches of the shoreline of Lake Michigan. The study will reevaluate the remaining unconstructed components of the authorized project and other coastal storm damage risk including portions of Lake Shore Drive, Sheridan Road, South Water Purification Plant, and La Rabida Children’s Hospital.
  • Chicago Waterways Restoration Framework Plan

    In April 2019, USACE received a request under the Planning Assistance to States authority to assist the City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) in updating and expanding physical and social data on the inland waterways. Given the input from the River Ecology and Governance Task Force, DPD requested assistance in developing a comprehensive planning framework for the Chicago waterways. USACE and DPD invited the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), the Forest Preserve District of Cook County (FPDCC), and the Chicago Park District (CPD) to join the partnership, starting a robust collaboration to develop the Chicago Waterways Restoration Framework Plan.
  • Chickamauga Navigation Lock

    Chickamauga Lock is  located at Tennessee River mile 471 only 6.9 miles above Chattanooga, Tennessee.It is 58.9 river miles downstream of Watts Bar Lock and 46.3 miles upriver from Nickajack Lock.Lock History TVA commenced preliminary investigation for the Chickamauga project during May 1935, and the Board of Directors authorized its construction
  • Chippewa Harbor, Michigan

    Chippewa Harbor is located in Isle Royale, MI in Keweenaw County (National Park) on Lake Superior.
  • Civil Design Branch

    The Civil Design Branch is responsible for providing engineering study and design services and engineering during construction services for the district and national customers.   The branch consists of four sections:  Geology; Electrical & Mechanical; Civil & Structural; and Soils & Dam Safety - which encompass almost all of the traditional
  • Clendening Lake

    Clendening Lake is located in Harrison County, Ohio on the Brushy Fork of the Stillwater Creek within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. Clendening Lake was constructed in 1937.  It was built for flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife management. 
  • Clinton River, Michigan

    Clinton River, Michigan has its sources in Oakland County, Michigan, flows easterly about 60 miles and empties into Anchor Bay in northwestern part of Lake St. Clair.
  • Conemaugh River Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control acts of 1936 and 1938, Conemaugh River Lake is one of 16 flood damage reduction projects in the Pittsburgh District. Conemaugh Dam provides flood protection for the lower Conemaugh Valley, the Kiskiminetas Valley, the lower Allegheny Valley, and the upper Ohio River Valley.Since its completion in 1952, the project
  • Construction Branch

    Construction BranchThe Construction Branch provides construction management and quality assurance services on all construction projects within the Nashville District.  These include projects supporting the District's flood control, hydroelectric, recreation, and navigation missions.  We also provide these same services to other federal agencies.  
  • Cordell Hull Dam

    Cordell Hull Lake is located on the Cumberland River in Smith, Jackson, and Clay counties of Tennessee.  The dam is located at river mile 313.5, about five miles upstream of the city of Carthage, Tenn.  The construction took place across 10 years completion in 1973.  The construction was preformed by private contractors.Rising 87 feet above the
  • Cordell Hull Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cordell Hull Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, hunting,
  • Cordell Hull Navigation Lock

    Cordell Hull Navigation Lock is located near Carthage, Tenn., at river mile 313.5.Clear Chamber dimensions: 84 by 400 feetLift at normal pool levels: 59 feetMinimum lock filling time at normal head: 11 minutesGallons: 17 millionIf you are interested in locking, please call the Old Hickory Lock at (615) 847-3281.  All lockage reservations must be
  • Cornucopia Harbor, Wisconsin

    Cornucopia Harbor, Wisconsin is located at the mouth of the Siskiwit River on the south shore of Lake Superior, 49 miles east from Duluth, MN.
  • Crooked Creek Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938, Crooked Creek Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. An important link in a system of flood control projects, Crooked Creek Lake provides flood protection for the lower Allegheny and Ohio rivers. The construction cost of over $4 million appears small when compared
  • Dale Hollow Dam

    Dale Hollow Dam is located approximately three miles east of Celina, Tennessee on the Obey River, 7.3 miles above its juncture with the Cumberland River at river mile 380.0. Dale Hollow Lake covers portions of Clay, Pickett, Overton and Fentress Counties in Tennessee and Clinton and Cumberland Counties in Kentucky. The project consists of 27,700
  • Dale Hollow Lake

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Dale Hollow Lake. Dale Hollow Dam and Lake was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938 and the River and Harbor Act of 1946. The project was completed for flood control in 1943. Power generating units were added in 1948, 1949, and 1953. The project was designed by the
  • Dashields Locks and Dam

    100 Dashields Lock Road, Coraopolis, PA 15108-5417 | 724-457-8430 
  • Deer Creek Lake

    Deer Creek Lake  was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, fish and wildlife enhancement, recreation, and low flow augmentation. The lake is impounded by a rolled earthfill dam 93 ft. tall and 3,800 ft. long with a gated concrete spillway. The dam was completed in 1968 and serves a drainage area of 277 square miles. The spillway is controlled by three tainter gates in the channel section of the dam. The outlet works consist of five 5 sluices at invert and one low flow sluice. Other structures include a rolled homogenous earthen dike 15 feet high and 4,600 feet long located 3.8 miles southwest of the dam. Land includes 7,223 fee acres and 352 flowage easement acres. There are three recreation areas at the project.
  • Delaware Lake

    Delaware Lake is part of a system of dams that reduce flood stages in the Olentangy, Scioto, and Ohio River Basins; benefiting communities and agricultural lands between Delaware and the Gulf of Mexico. Delaware Dam and Reservoir is located 32 miles above the mouth of the scenic Olentangy River, a tributary of the Scioto River, near Delaware Ohio.
  • Detroit River, Michigan

    The Detroit River, Michigan is one of the Great Lakes Connecting Channels. It is 31 miles long, flowing south from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie.
  • Dewey Lake

    Dewey Lake is part of the integrated flood reduction system operated by the Corp of Engineers for the entire Ohio River Basin. When the lakes in this system are operated as a vast storage system, flood crests along the Ohio can be significantly reduced. Construction of Dewey Dam began in 1946 and was completed in 1949.
  • Dickenson County Non-structural Flood Damage Reduction Project (Section 202)

    The Dickenson County Non-structural Flood Damage Reduction Project consists of voluntary floodproofing, relocations, floodplain acquisitions and demolition of structures, authorized under the Section 202 of the Energy and Water Development Appropriation Act of 1981. Section 202 was authorized by the Energy and Water Development Appropriation Act of 1981 and amended by Section 105 of the Energy and Water Development Act, 1997, as a response to flooding in the Tug and Levisa Fork basins.
  • Dillon Lake

    Naming of Dillon Lake followed a long standing US Army Corps of Engineers tradition of naming the lake after the closest town. Dillon was started by Moses Dillon, a Quaker from Maryland. While on his way to bring Christianity to the Indians in the early 1800s he saw the falls on the Licking River and noticed that nearby there was coal and iron ore.
  • Dillon Lake and Tom Jenkins Dam Regional Master Plan

    A master plan is the strategic land use management document that guides the comprehensive management and development of recreation, natural and cultural resources at Corps reservoirs now and into the future. A master plan provides a classification to the land and water areas at a reservoir that will dictate what type of uses can or cannot occur in a particular area.
  • Dover Dam

    Dover Dam is located in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, in the Tuscarawas River, approximately three and one-half miles northeast of Dover, Ohio. Dover Dam is a concrete gravity structure with a maximum height of 83 feet above streambed. The top overall length is 824 feet at elevation 931, m.s.l. An uncontrolled ogee spillway is situated in the center channel section.
  • Downloadable Tennessee River Charts

    Charts are in PDF format. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view and print the charts. Click on the chart number you wish to view.  The topographical background images displayed throughout these navigation charts are the property and copyrighted data of Environmental Science Research Institute ® and its vendors.  The
  • Duluth-Superior Harbor, Minnesota and Wisconsin

    Duluth-Superior Harbor, MN. & WI. is located at the extreme western end of Lake Superior. The cities of Duluth, MN, and Superior, WI, are on the north and south sides, respectively.
  • Eagle Harbor, Michigan

    On the south shore of Lake Superior on the North Face of Keweenaw Point, 31 miles northeasterly from the Upper Entrance of Keweenaw Waterway.
  • East Branch Clarion River Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938, East Branch Clarion River Lake is one of 16 flood damage reduction projects in the Pittsburgh District. East Branch Clarion River Lake is a key link in a system of flood damage reduction projects for the Allegheny and Upper Ohio Rivers, Clarion River Valley and especially the Boroughs of Johnsonburg and
  • East Lynn Lake

    East Lynn Lake is located on the East Fork of Twelvepole Creek, 10 miles south of Wayne, WV, on State Route 37. East Lynn Lake was constructed primarily for flood control, water quality, fish management, and recreation. There is a total of 24,821 acres of project lands and waters at East Lynn.
  • Emsworth Locks & Dams Major Rehabilitation Project

    Emsworth Locks and Dams are located on the Ohio River immediately downstream of the City of Pittsburgh. The main channel dam and locks are located at river mile 6.2 and the back channel dam is located at river mile 6.8. The project creates the navigation pool for the City of Pittsburgh. The structural components of the Emsworth Locks and Dams are the oldest of any project on the Ohio River, dating back to 1919 to 1922 and 1935 to 1938 when Emsworth Dams were constructed. The Emsworth locks, consisting of a 110’ wide by 600’ long main chamber and 56’ wide by 360’ long auxiliary chamber, are the oldest on the Ohio River System and are in need of additional maintenance work to keep them operating safely until permanent improvements are implemented.
  • Emsworth Locks and Dams

    0 Western Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15202-1708 | 412-766-6213 
  • Engineering and Environmental Services Branch

    The Engineering and Environmental Branch provides environmental investigation and restoration services, surveying, cost engineering, value engineering, specification writing, architect and engineering contract management services to our customers.  The branch's engineers and scientist are support several military customers and provide them critical
  • Fishtrap Lake

    After extensive field studies and cost estimates were made, Congress appropriated funds. Construction began in February 1962. President Lyndon B. Johnson dedicated the project on October 26, 1968. The dam, built of native rock with a clay waterproof core, is 195 feet high and 1,000 feet long.
  • Floodplain Management Services Program

    Most people know that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers builds water resource projects, like dams and levees. Not so well known; however, is that the Corps also provides assistance to help states, eligible Native American Tribes, and local governments prepare their own plans and initiate their own actions to manage water and related land resources.
  • Flowage Easements

     How it all beganThe Great Flood of 1913 (March 23-March 26)A Few Key Points Death Toll estimated at 650 250,000+ people left homeless 40,000 + homes destroyed Tens of thousands livestock deaths Dayton had $73 million in damages, current value $1.75 billionFlowage EasementThe perpetual right, power, privilege and easement to overflow, flood and
  • Fort Loudoun Navigation Lock

    Fort Loudoun Lock is located near Lenoir City, Tennessee, some 55 miles downstream from Knoxville.It is at Tennessee River mile 602.3, some 73.4 miles upstream of Watts Bar Lock.Fort Loudoun is the uppermost dam on the Tennessee River.Lock History Fort Loudoun was the last dam built on the Tennessee River.  Construction of the dam began  July 8,
  • Fox River Connectivity & Habitat Study, IL

    The Fox River Connectivity and Habitat Study Area includes a reach of 10 dams from Algonquin in McHenry County to the Montgomery Dam in Kane County.
  • Fox River, Wisconsin

    The Fox River extends approximately 40 miles from Lake Winnebago to Green Bay. The project includes 9 dams and 17 locks . These features are maintained for flood control, water supply, and power generation.
  • Frankfort Harbor, Michigan

    Frankfort Harbor is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 204 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 28 miles northerly of Manistee, MI.
  • Grand Haven Harbor, Michigan

    Grand Haven Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 108 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 23 miles northerly from Holland, MI.
  • Grand Marais Harbor, Michigan

    Grand Marais Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, 93 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
  • Grand Marais Harbor, Minnesota

    Grand Marais Harbor, Minnesota is located on the north shore of Lake Superior, about 110 miles northeast of Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Grand River, Michigan

    The Grand River is part of the Grand Haven Harbor, MI project.
  • Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan

    Grand Traverse Bay Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, at the mouth of the Traverse River on the eastern shore of Keweenaw Bay, about 20 miles northeasterly from the Portage Entry to the Keweenaw Waterway.
  • Grays Landing Lock and Dam

    599 Broadway Street, Masontown, PA 15461-0671 | 724-583-8304 
  • Grays Reef Passage, Michigan

    Gray's Reef Passage, Michigan is located between Gray's Reef and Vienna Shoal, in the northeasterly end of Lake Michigan, lying easterly of Beaver, Fox and Manitou Islands.
  • Grayson Lake

    The impounded waters of the Little Sandy River form the 1,510 acre, 20-mile long Grayson Lake. Narrow and winding, the lake's scenic cliffs range from 30 to 200 feet high above the lake surface. The magnificently sculptured cliffs have a smooth, contoured surface enhanced by centuries of weathering.
  • Great Lakes Confined Disposal Facilities

    A confined disposal facility, or CDF, is a structure planned and designed to receive sediments dredged from a navigation channel and safely contain the contaminants, preventing their reentry into the waterway or lake.
  • Green Bay Harbor

    Serves as a deep draft commercial harbor. Project depth is 26 feet for about 11.5 miles upstream from the entrance channel, 24 feet from Grassy Island to 0.5 miles upstream from the mouth of the Fox River, and 22 feet 0.5 miles upstream of the river mouth to 3.3 miles upstream of the river mouth.
  • Green River Lake

    Welcome to Green River Lake. The lake is situated in Adair and Taylor counties, lying amidst rolling terrain, steep bluffs and flowing streams in the section of Kentucky known as the Highland Rim.  The dam, located on the Green River, is an 11 mile drive from the cities of Campbellsville and Columbia, and less than 100 miles from Louisville and Lexington.
  • Green River Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the Green River Lake Master Plan. The Master Plan is intended to serve as a comprehensive land and recreational management plan with a life span of 25 years. It guides the stewardship of natural and cultural resources and the provision of outdoor recreation
  • Green River Locks and Dams 1 and 2

    Welcome to the Green River Locks and Dam 1 and 2. The Green River Locks and Dam No. 1 is located on the Green River near Henderson, Kentucky, at mile 9.1. The Navigation locks are located on the right descending bank of the Green river. The upper pool is maintained above the dam and extends upstream for a distance of 54 miles to the Green River Locks and Dam No. 2. The Green River Locks and Dam No. 2 is located on the Green River near Calhoun, Kentucky, at mile 63.1. The Navigation locks are located on the right descending bank of the Green river. The upper pool is maintained above the dam and extends upstream for a distance of 45.4 miles to Locks and Dam No. 3, which is now inactive, near Rochester, Kentucky.
  • Greenup Locks and Dam

    The locks were open to navigation in 1962. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers replaced a set of aging gates at the Greenup Locks and Dam in 2012 at a cost of approximately $12 million.
  • Guntersville Navigation Lock

    Guntersville Lock is located at Tennessee River mile 349, nine miles downstream from the city of Guntersville, Alabama.It is 75.3 miles downstream from Nickajack Lock and 74.1 miles above the Wheeler Locks.Lock History Construction of the auxiliary lock began in December 1935 and was put into operation in 1937  by TVA.  Work on the main lock began
  • Guterl Steel Site

    The former Simonds Saw and Steel Company, located in Lockport, New York, was contracted by the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) to conduct work in support of the Nation's early atomic energy and weapons program.
  • Hammond Bay Harbor, Michigan

    Located on the western shore of Lake Huron, about 30 miles southeast of the Straits of Mackinac.
  • Hannibal Locks and Dam

    P.O. Box 8, Hannibal, OH 43931-0008 | 740-483-2305 
  • Harbor Beach Harbor, Michigan

    Harbor Beach Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron about 60 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Harrisville Harbor, Michigan

    Harrisville Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, 20 miles north of Oscoda and 30 miles south of Alpena.
  • Harshaw Site

    The former Harshaw Chemical Company, located at 1000 Harvard Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, was contracted by the Manhattan Engineer District and later the Atomic Energy Commission to support the Nation’s early atomic weapons program. From 1944 to 1959, various forms of uranium were processed at the Harshaw Site and sent to Oak Ridge, Tennessee, for further processing. Based on a request from the State of Ohio and the site owners, the Department of Energy determined that this site should be reviewed for possible inclusion in the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and on June 3, 1999, referred this action to the Corps of Engineers.
  • Hildebrand Lock and Dam

    1610 Hildebrand Lock and Dam Road, Morgantown, WV 26501-7643 | 304-983-2300 
  • History of Bluestone Dam

    History of Bluestone DamDescriptionLOCATION:Hinton vicinity on the New River, approximately 65 miles above the river's mouthSTRUCTURE:straight concrete gravity damOVERALL LENGTH:2,048 feetMAXIMUM HEIGHT:approximately 165 feet above the streambedWIDTH AT CREST:16 feetMAXIMUM BASE WIDTH:200 feetMAIN BODY OF DAM:55 concrete monolithsAMOUNT OF CONCRETE
  • Holland Harbor, Michigan

    Holland Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan 95 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 23 miles southerly from Grand Haven, MI.
  • Huntington District Water Resource Project Agreements

      Huntington District Project Partnership Agreements
  • Hydrology and Hydraulics Branch

    The Cumberland River Basin is blessed by vast hydrological resources.  These resources have provided significant economic prosperity over the last several decades.  These resources provide water for industrial and residential development and energy production.  Unfortunately, these resources also present a risk to the region's economic engine.  The
  • Hydropower

    HydropowerThe Nashville District Hydropower Program began under the Flood Control Act of 1938, which authorized minimum provisions for hydropower at flood control projects.  The first power plant constructed in the Cumberland River Basin was Dale Hollow, with the first unit coming online in 1948.  Over the next thirty years eight other power plants
  • Hydropower

    The Nashville District Hydropower Program began under the Flood Control Act of 1938, which authorized minimum provisions for hydropower at flood control projects.  The first power plant constructed in the Cumberland River Basin was Dale Hollow, with the first unit coming online in 1948.  Over the next thirty years eight other power plants were
  • Indiana Harbor

    Serves as a commercial harbor. Project depth is 29 feet in the approach channel, 28 feet in the turning basin, 27 feet in the outer dock area, and 22 feet within the main and two branch channels.
  • Inland Route, Michigan

    The Inland Route, Michigan is a series of interconnected lakes and streams stretching across the northern tip of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, and extends from Conway near Lake Michigan to Cheboygan on Lake Huron; a distance of 35 miles.
  • J. Percy Priest Dam

    J. Percy Priest Dam was built at mile 6.8 on the Stones River, a tributary of the Cumberland.  The lake is located in north central Tennessee, encompassing portions of Davidson, Rutherford, and Wilson Counties.  Rising 130 feet above the streambed, the combination earth and concrete-gravity dam is 2,716 feet long with a hydroelectric power
  • J. Percy Priest Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District welcomes you to J. Percy Priest Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to participate in including fishing, hunting,
  • Jenkins House

    The Robert C. Byrd Dam Replacement Project (RC Byrd Project) was authorized under Section 301(a) of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 1986 with funds appropriated by the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1985. The project resulted in two additional lock chambers to the original dam structure, and efforts to mitigate the environmental impacts.
  • John T. Myers Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the John T. Myers Locks and Dam. The John T. Myers Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River about 3.5 miles downstream from Uniontown, Kentucky, at mile 846.0 below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The navigation locks are located on the right bank or Indiana side of the river.
  • John W. Flannagan Lake

    Authorized by Congress in the Flood control Act of 1938, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1961, John W. Flannagan Dam and Reservoir is a part of the Big Sandy flood protection system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers designed and supervised construction of the dam and now operates it for public benefits. Construction of the dam, spillway, and outlet works began in 1960, and was completed by 1964. The dam is 250 feet high and 916 feet long. The earth-filled dam is constructed of rock with a central clay core, which prevents water from passing through the dam. A 1,145-acre lake is formed behind the dam with almost 40 miles of shoreline.
  • John W. Flannagan Lake & North Fork of Pound River Lake Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan for the John W. Flannagan & North Fork of Pound River Lake projects as a Regional Master Plan.
  • Johnson County, KY Section 202 Flood Risk Management Project

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District is working in close coordination with the Johnson County Fiscal Court and City of Paintsville officials on the Section 202 Johnson County Flood Risk Management Project, which is intended to reduce flood risk for the city of Paintsville, Kentucky. Quarterly public meetings will be held throughout
  • Joslyn Manufacturing Site

    The Joslyn Manufacturing Site is located in Fort Wayne, in Allen County, Indiana. From 1943 until 1946, the former Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Company, currently known as the Fort Wayne Steel Corporation, processed uranium billets into metal rods under subcontract with the University of Chicago. Documentation also exists that indicates that Joslyn continued to roll uranium rods until at least 1949 for the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC). The primary operations performed by the former Joslyn Manufacturing and Supply Co. consisted of tempering, hot rolling, quenching, straightening, cooling, grinding, abrasive cutting, waste burning, and threading of natural uranium billets into metal rods.
  • Kawkawlin River, Michigan

    Kawkawlin River is located on the south shore of the Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron, 16 miles north of Saginaw, MI. Authorization: Section 13 of the 1946 Flood Control Act (FCA) - (Section A); and authority assigned to the Chief of Engineers in section 205 of the 1948 Flood Control Act – (Section B); As amended by Section 837, WRDA 1986.
  • Kenosha harbor

    This harbor is a deep draft commercial harbor that primarily serves recreational users, but also supports transitory barge traffic. Project depth is generally between 25 and 27 feet.
  • Kentucky Lock

    Kentucky Lock is located near Gilbertsville, Kentucky, 22.4 miles from the confluence of the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers.  It is 20 miles east of Paducah, Kentucky. The 184-mile reservoir created by Kentucky Dam stretches across parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. It is the largest reservoir in the Eastern U.S. Construction on Kentucky Lock began in
  • Kewaunee Harbor

    This project is a deep draft harbor that primarily serves recreational users, but also supports transitory barge traffic. The project depth throughout the harbor is 20 feet.
  • Keweenaw Waterway, Michigan

    The Keweenaw Waterway, Michigan is located on Lake Superior across the Keweenaw Peninsula in the upper peninsula of Michigan. The west entrance is 169 miles east of Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Kinzua Dam & Allegheny Reservoir

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938, Kinzua Dam and Allegheny Reservoir is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides complete protection for Warren, Pa., from Allegheny River flooding, and in conjunction with other projects in the District, substantially reduced flooding in the Allegheny and
  • Knife River Harbor, Minnesota

    Located on the north shore of Lake Superior about 18 miles northeast of Duluth, MN. Shallow draft recreational harbor with 8 and 10 foot project depths.
  • La Pointe Harbor, Wisconsin

    Shallow draft recreation harbor with a 10 foot project depth.
  • Lac La Belle Harbor, Michigan

    Located in the northeastern tip of thye Keweenaw Peninsula off the shore of Lake Superior. Shallow draft recreation harbor with project depths of 10 and 12 feet.
  • Lake Barkley

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Lake Barkley, the westernmost project in a series of dams along the Cumberland River and its tributaries.
  • Lake Cumberland

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Lake Cumberland, the second largest lake in the Cumberland River System.  The lake provides varied outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have many opportunities to fish, hunt, camp, picnic, boat, canoe, hike, and enjoy the outdoors.
  • Lake Michigan Diversion Accounting Program

    The diversion of water from the Lake Michigan watershed is of major importance to the Great Lakes states and to the Canadian province of Ontario. The states and province that border the Great Lakes have concerns with both diversions during periods of low lake levels, as well as the long term effects of diversion. To insure that the concerns of these interested parties are considered, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers has been given the responsibility for the accounting of flow that is diverted from the Lake Michigan watershed.
  • Lake Ontario Ordnance Works (LOOW)

    In 1941 the Department of Defense (DOD) purchased 7,500 acres of land in Niagara County, on which was built the former Lake Ontario Ordnance Works (LOOW), for the purpose of manufacturing trinitrotoluene (TNT) during World War II. The TNT production, production support, and storage areas were constructed on approximately 2,500 acres. The remaining 5,000 acres, located to the west of the production area, were left undeveloped. During World War II, the Army manufactured TNT for about 9 months at a facility on the site, which included a power plant, hospital, fire department, water supply system, and waste treatment system.
  • Lake St Clair, Michigan

    The Channels in Lake St. Clair, Michigan, a section of Great Lakes Connecting Channels, is a two-way vessel track with a length of about 15 miles located in the expansive shallow basin of Lake St. Clair.
  • Lake Winnebago

    This article provides notices, daily data tables, and charts of temperatures, levels, and flows for Lake Winnebago and connecting rivers.
  • Laurel River Dam

    Laurel River Lake is a key project in the development of the Cumberland River Basin.  The lake is located in southeastern Kentucky, encompassing portions of Laurel and Whitley Counties. In the 1960's, Congress authorized construction of a dam on the Laurel River 2.3 miles above its confluence with the Cumberland River.  The dam created a 5,600 acre
  • Laurel River Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Laurel River Lake.
  • Leesville Lake

    In Carroll County, Ohio, Leesville Lake is on McGuire Creek, a tributary of Conotton Creek on Tuscarawas River, which runs into the Muskingum River. Leesville Lake was constructed primarily for flood control, recreation, fish and wildlife enhancement. The Leesville Dam was completed in October 1936 and is a rolled earth fill with impervious core,
  • Leland Harbor, Michigan

    Leland Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Carp River, about 40 miles north of Frankfort, Michigan and 40 miles southwest of Charlevoix, Michigan.
  • Les Cheneaux Islands, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreational harbor with a 7 foot project depth.
  • Lexington Harbor, Michigan

    Lexington Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 20 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Linde Site

    From 1942 to 1946, the former Linde Air Products Division of Union Carbide processed uranium ores at its ceramics plant in Tonawanda, New York, under contract to the Manhattan Engineer District (MED). In 1953, the Linde facilities were cleaned to within radioactive guidelines in effect at that time. All of the structures used in processing have since been converted to other commercial and industrial uses.
  • Little Bay De Noc, Michigan

    Little Bay De Noc, Gladstone Harbor and Kipling, Michigan is located in Lake Michigan at the northern end of Green Bay, about 100 miles northeast of the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
  • Lockport Lock

    Opened in 1933, Lockport Lock & Dam is 35 miles downstream of T.J O’Brien Lock & Dam. The facility is a unit of the Inland Waterway Navigation System and is one of eight such facilities between Chicago and Versailles, Illinois. The lock is 110 feet wide by 600 feet long. Maximum vertical lift is 42.0 feet; the average lift is 39 feet.
  • London Locks and Dam

    Dam Non-navigable, gated dam, top length 557'-5-1/2 . Five roller gates, spanning 100'-3'1/2' between piers. Damming height, 26'. Easements Of an estimated 203 acres in the project, approximately 8 acres fee required for the lock site, 6 acres fee for the abutment site, and flowage easements or other lesser interests over the remaining area.
  • Louisville Metro Flood Protection System Reconstruction Project

    The Louisville Metro Feasibility Study was completed in cooperation with the Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD), the Non-Federal Sponsor. The study provides recommendations of rehabilitation/reconstruction efforts necessary to restore the city’s Flood Protection System to its authorized level of flood risk management. The
  • Lower Monongahela River Project

    Locks and Dams 2, 3 and 4 on the Monongahela River in Allegheny, Washington and Westmoreland counties in southwestern Pennsylvania are the three oldest currently operating-navigation facilities on the Monongahela River. These locks experience the highest volume of commercial traffic on the entire Monongahela River Navigation System and the pools created by these facilities provide industrial and municipal water, and are popular with recreational boaters.
  • Lower Mud River

    The City of Milton, West Virginia, has a history of flooding dating back to the early 1900s. Several large record flood events have caused public safety issues and economic damage over the years. The need for flood risk management along the Mud River was identified many years ago and the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) completed a study of flooding in the watershed in 1993. NRCS’s recommended plan focused primarily on urban flooding around Milton.
  • Loyalhanna Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938, Loyalhanna Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. An important link in a system of flood control projects, Loyalhanna provides flood protection for the lower Loyalhanna Creek and Kiskiminetas River valleys as well as the lower Allegheny and upper Ohio Rivers. Since
  • Luckey Site

    In 1942, a magnesium processing facility was built at the Luckey Site on U.S. government land. National Lead operated the facility for the U.S. government during World War II until 1945. In 1949, the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) built a beryllium production facility at the site where Brush Beryllium Company (later Brush Wellman) produced beryllium oxide, beryllium hydroxide, and beryllium pebbles. Beryl ore is a natural product of the earth and may be excavated with rocks containing varying concentrations of radium-226, thorium-230 and uranium. The chemical processes to extract beryllium also separates other elements, including radium, thorium and uranium. This resulted in products with more concentrated beryllium, and incidentally generated waste streams with enhanced concentrations of radium, thorium and uranium. The products were then shipped to other facilities for further processing.
  • Ludington Harbor, Michigan

    Ludington Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 156 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 67 miles northerly from Grand Haven, Michigan.
  • Mackinac Island Harbor, Michigan

    Mackinac Island Harbor is a recreational harbor located on the southeast side of Mackinac Island, which lies just east of the Straits of Mackinac, the connecting waterway between Lakes Michigan and Huron.
  • Mackinaw City Harbor, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreational harbor.
  • Mahoning Creek Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938, Mahoning Creek Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. An important link in a system of flood control projects, Mahoning provides flood protection for the lower Allegheny River Valley and the upper Ohio River.Since its completion in 1941, the Mahoning project has
  • Manistee Harbor, Michigan

    Manistee Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 179 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 26 miles northerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Manistique Harbor, Michigan

    Manistique Harbor, Michigan is located on the north shore of Lake Michigan, 135 miles northeasterly from Green Bay Harbor, WI, and 220 miles northerly from Milwaukee, WI.
  • Manitowoc Harbor

    Manitowoc Harbor is authorized as deep draft commercial but its primary use is as a shallow draft recreational.
  • Markland Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the Markland Locks and Dam. The Markland Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River at mile 531.5 below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is 26.5 miles upstream from Madison, Indiana and 3.5 miles downstream from Warsaw, Kentucky. The navigation locks are located on the Kentucky side of the river.
  • Marmet Locks and Dam

    The locks were opened in 1933 and the dam was completed in 1934. A project to repair and expand the Marmet Locks and Dam was completed in 2008. Marmet Locks and Dam are a key component of the transportation infrastructure linking the Kanawha Valley, an important chemical and coal producing area, to its raw materials supply and product markets.
  • Marquette Harbor, Michigan

    Marquette Harbor, Michigan is located in Marquette Bay on the south shore of Lake Superior, 160 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie, MI, and 265 miles east from Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Martins Fork Dam

    HistoryMartins Fork Lake is located at river mile 15.6 on the Martins Fork of the Cumberland River in the scenic mountainous terrain of Harlan County, 13 miles southeast of the town of Harlan, Kentucky.Martins Fork is fed from two primary sources, Martins Fork and Cranks Creek, which meet in the upper end of the lake.  Below the dam, Martins Fork
  • Martins Fork Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Martins Fork Lake.
  • Maxwell Locks and Dam

    142 Maxwell Locks and Dam, E. Millsboro, PA 15433-1261 | 724-785-5027 
  • McAlpine Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the McAlpine Locks and Dam. The McAlpine Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River 604.5 miles below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the northwestern end of Louisville, Kentucky, in the Portland neighborhood. The navigation locks are located on the Kentucky side of the river at mile 606.8. The upper pool extends approximately 75 miles to the Markland Locks and Dam.
  • McQuade Harbor, Minnesota

    McQuade Harbor is a Minnesota DNR Harbor.
  • Melton Hill Navigation Lock

      Melton Hill Lock is  nine miles southwest of Oak Ridge, Tenn., and 19 miles west of Knoxville.Located 23.1 miles from the confluence of the Clinch with the Tennessee River, it is the only Corps lock on the Clinch River Lock History The Tennessee State Geological Department initially studied the Tennessee River and its tributaries in 1918.  The
  • Menominee Harbor, Michigan and Wisconsin

    Menominee Harbor, Michigan & Wisconsin is located on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Menominee River on the western shore of Green Bay, 16 miles northwest of the mouth of Sturgeon Bay, and 49 miles northeast of Green Bay Harbor, about 155 miles from Milwaukee via Sturgeon Bay Harbor and the Lake Michigan Ship Canal.
  • Michael J. Kirwan Dam and Reservoir

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1958, the Michael J. Kirwan Dam and Reservoir is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the Mahoning River Valley and the Beaver and upper Ohio River.Since its completion in 1966, the Kirwan Reservoir has prevented flood damages estimated to be in
  • Michigan City Harbor

    Shallow draft commercial harbor that primarily serves recreational uses. Project depth is 14 feet in the harbor entrance, 12 feet in the outer harbor, 10 feet in turning basin No. 1, 10 feet in Trail Creek from turning basin No. 1 to turning basin No. 2, and 6 feet in Trail Creek from turning basin No. 2 to E. Street.
  • Milwaukee Harbor

    Commercial harbor with project depths of 30 feet in the approach, 28 feet in the entrance channel, 27 feet in a major portion of the south basin, and 21 feet in the north basin. Over 21,000 feet of structures including breakwaters, piers, and revetments.
  • Mohawk Dam

    Mohawk Dam was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938 and was built along with 13 other dams to control flooding within the Muskingum River watershed.  Work began in April 1935 and the dam was completed in September 1937. 
  • Mohicanville Dam

    Built in 1935, Mohicanville Dam, a flood control project, is a dry dam with no permanent pool. The dam site is located on the Lakefork of the Mohican River in northeast Ohio, 171 miles above the mouth of the Muskingum River at Marietta, Ohio.
  • Monongahela River Locks and Dam 3

    P.O. Box 455, Elizabeth, PA 15037-0455 | 412-384-4532 
  • Monongahela River Locks and Dam 4

    1900 Gibsonton Road, Belle Vernon, PA 15012-4514 | 724-684-8442 
  • Monroe Harbor, Michigan

    Monroe Harbor, Michigan is located on the lower reach of River Raisin, which empties into Lake Erie and is 36 miles south of Detroit, Michigan.
  • Monroe Lake

    Welcome to the Monroe Lake web site. The lake lies predominantly in Monroe County and extends into Brown, Jackson, and Lawrence counties in south central Indiana. The dam is on Salt Creek 25.9 miles upstream of its juncture with the East Fork of White River, approximately 20 miles south and east of Bloomington.
  • Montgomery Locks and Dam

    100 Montgomery Dam Road, Monaca, PA 15061-2221 | 724-643-8400 
  • Morgantown Lock and Dam

    26 Morgantown Lock Road, Morgantown, WV 26501-2329 | 304-292-1885
  • Mosquito Creek Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938, Mosquito Creek Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the Mahoning River Valley as well as the Beaver and upper Ohio Rivers.Since its completion in 1944, Mosquito Creek Lake has prevented flood damages estimated to be in excess of
  • Muskegon Harbor, Michigan

    Muskegon Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 114 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 80 miles easterly from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Muskingum River Basin Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the public involvement phase of the Muskingum River Basin Master Plan revision. This stage is to inform the public of the revision process and receive public input. Huntington District is providing an online public participation presentation to inform and receive public input to begin the process of revising the master plan.
  • New Buffalo Harbor, Michigan

    New Buffalo Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Galien River on the southeast shore of Lake Michigan in Berrien Country, about 45 miles easterly from Chicago, Illinois.
  • New Cumberland Locks and Dam

    P.O. Box 159, Stratton, OH 43961-0159 | 740-537-2571 
  • New Lock at the Soo

    The Soo Locks facility, operated and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, is the district’s largest project and is located on the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan along the Canadian border. Approximately 80 million tons of commercial commodities pass through the Soo Locks every year. The New Lock at the Soo is being built in the footprint of the existing Sabin Lock, the northern most lock of the four on the Soo Locks facility, opened in 1919. The construction program, which includes improvements to the northern approach channel, is occurring in three phases of work. 
  • Newburgh Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the Newburgh Locks and Dam. The Newburgh Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River near Newburgh, Indiana, at mile 776.1 below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is about 16 miles upstream from Evansville, Indiana. The Navigation locks are located on the right descending bank or Indiana side of the river.
  • Niagara Falls Storage Site

    Beginning in 1944 the Niagara Falls Storage Site (NFSS) was used by the Manhattan Engineer District (MED) to store radioactive residues and wastes from uranium ore processing. Radioactive wastes and residues continued to be brought to the site for storage until 1952. In 1982 the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) began cleanup and consolidation of the radioactive wastes and residues in an earthen containment cell constructed on the property, which was completed in 1986.
  • Nickajack Navigation Lock

    Nickajack Lock is located 35 miles west of Chattanooga, Tennessee near the city of Jasper.The lock is at river mile 424.7.  It is 46.3 miles below Chickamauga Lock and 75.3 miles above Guntersville Lock.Lock History Construction began on the 600 foot-long Nickajack Auxiliary Lock  in March of 1964.  TVA completed it for operation in December 1967. 
  • Nolin River Lake

    Welcome to Nolin River Lake. Nolin River Dam is located about 8 miles above the Confluence of the Nolin and Green Rivers near the community of Bee Spring.  While the dam is located in Edmonson County, the lake also covers portions of Grayson and Hart Counties.  The dam is about 8 miles north of Brownsville, 20 miles from Leitchfield, and 95 miles southwest of Louisville. In addition to flood control and recreational benefits, the lake also supplies drinking water to the surrounding area, as well as providing fish and wildlife habitat.
  • North Branch Kokosing River Lake

    Kokosing Dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control, recreation and wildlife management.  Construction began in June 1970 and was completed in May 1972. The dam has an impervious, waterproof, core with earth-fill and rip-rap rock covering. The dam has an unregulated outlet structure, which means the water can not easily be regulated.
  • North Fork of Pound River Lake

    The North Fork of Pound River is a part of the upper reaches of the Big Sandy system.  On its way to the Ohio River, the waters from North Fork flow northeast and meet the South Fork River to form the Pound River.  The Pound River then flows into the Russell Fork River near Haysi, Virginia.  The Russell Fork cuts through the Allegheny Mountain
  • Northerly Island

    The project area is a 91-acre peninsula found on the shores of Lake Michigan. The project restoration was primarily on the south side of the island and encompasses approximately 40 acres of land.
  • Notice of Availability to Lease/Develop Land at Woodcock Creek Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District is soliciting proposals for the operation and enhancement of a commercial-concession public-recreation area including the campground, boat launch, beach, picnic areas and related facilities, and recreational services at Woodcock Creek Lake Park.
  • Oconto Harbor

    Serves as a shallow draft harbor primarily serving recreational users. Project depth is 15 feet. Approximately 4,800 feet of federal navigation channels.
  • Ohio River Locks and Dams Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is in the process of updating the Regional Master Plan for six of the locks and dams located on the Ohio River to include Meldahl Locks and Dam, Greenup Locks and Dam, Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dams, Racine Locks and Dam, Belleville Locks and Dam and Willow Island Locks and Dam. Normally, USACE would conduct a face-to-face public workshop to announce the start of the revision and to request comments from the public. However, precautions associated with the COVID-19 virus have made it necessary to conduct the public involvement process online instead of hosting a face-to-face workshop.
  • Old Hickory Dam

    HistoryThe Old Hickory Lock and Dam, located on the Cumberland River at mile 216.2 in Sumner and Davidson Counties, Tennessee, and are approximately 25 miles upstream from Nashville, Tenn. The City of Hendersonville is situated on the northern shoreline of the lake and the City of Old Hickory is located on the southern side of the lake, just
  • Old Hickory Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District welcomes you to Old Hickory Lake.Located near Metropolitan Nashville, Tenn., the lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose
  • Old Hickory Navigation Lock

    Old Hickory Lock is located at Mile 216.2 on the Cumberland River and is approximately 11.5 miles northeast of Nashville, TN.  Old Hickory Lock is open to pass navigation traffic 16 hours a day, 365 days a year.  The lock is closed nightly between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Old Hickory Lock was opened to navigation traffic in June 1954.  The
  • Olmsted Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the Olmsted Locks and Dam. The Olmsted project consists of two 110’ x 1,200’ locks adjacent to the Illinois bank, and a dam comprised of five tainter gates, 1,400’ of boat-operated wickets and a fixed weir.
  • Ontonagon Harbor, Michigan

    Ontonagon Harbor, Michigan is located about 140 miles east of Duluth, Minnesota, on the south shore of Lake Superior, at mouth of the Ontonagon River.
  • Opekiska Lock and Dam

    1241 Opekiska Road, Fairmont, WV 26554-8612 | 304-366-4224 
  • Painesville Site

    The Painesville Site, located in Painesville, Ohio, was a former magnesium production facility, operated by the Diamond Magnesium Company under contract to the Federal Government. From 1951 to 1953, Diamond Magnesium received approximately 1,650 tons of radioactively contaminated scrap steel from the Lake Ontario Storage Area (now the Niagara Falls Storage Site), to be used in the magnesium production process.
  • Paint Creek Lake

    The lake provides flood control (authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938) for the communities along Paint Creek. In addition, it provides water supply for Highland Water Company, increases water flow downstream during low flow conditions, and provides recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat. The 6510-square-mile Scioto River basin is
  • Paint Creek Lake & Deer Creek Lake Regional Master Plan

    The current Master Plan at Paint Creek Lake was published in June 1985, and in June 1984 for Deer Creek Lake. The master plans do not comply with USACE guidance regarding master plans are in need of revision. Changes have occurred over time and need to be captured to reflect the current and future management of the projects. The current master plans and land classifications are in need of revision to address changes in regional land use, population, outdoor recreation trends, and USACE management policy.
  • Paintsville Lake

    Paintsville Lake is a total of 1,139 surface acres. The US Army Corps of Engineers owns a total of 13,156 acres of land surrounding the lake with 57 miles of shoreline. The lake is approximately 18 miles in length.  Paintsville Lake gleams like a jewel in the crown of the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. With steep cliffs and wooded coves along the
  • Paintsville Lake Regional Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Huntington District is beginning the 30 day review and comment period of the Paintsville Lake project Regional Master Plan revision. This stage is to receive final comments from Stakeholders, the Public, Tribal Nations and other Agencies. The final draft of the Master Plan is linked under the Related Files header below, as well as a slide presentation showing the current status and future actions.
  • Patoka Lake

    Welcome to Patoka Lake. The lake lies in Dubois, Crawford and Orange counties in southern Indiana. The dam is located approximately 118.3 miles above the mouth of the Patoka River, a tributary of the Wabash River approximately 12 miles northeast of Jasper, Ind. 
  • Patoka Lake Master Plan Update

     The Louisville District is hosting a Public Workshop for the Patoka Lake Master Plan Update.Public input is critical in the Master Plan update process. USACE Louisville District will be hosting a workshop to provide the public with an opportunity to comment.The public is invited to join USACE for a public meeting to provide input on Wednesday,
  • Pensaukee Harbor

    Serves as a shallow draft recreational harbor. Project depth is 8 feet. Contains nearly one mile of federal navigation channel stretching from the mouth of the Pensaukee River into Lake Michigan.
  • Pentwater Harbor, Michigan

    Pentwater Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 146 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois and 14 miles southerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Petoskey Harbor, Michigan

    Petoskey Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan about 50 miles south of the Straits of Mackinac.
  • Phosphorus Optimal Wetland Demonstration

    Funded through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, this project employs a novel approach to improve Great Lakes tributary water quality based on the construction of a wetland system in a location identified as having high potential to capture and retain phosphorus sorption capacity.
  • Pickwick Lock

    Pickwick Navigation LockPickwick Lock is approximately 12 miles south of Savannah, Tennessee.  It is just north of the Mississippi state line.Located at Tennessee  River mile 206.7, it is 52.7 miles below Wilson Lock and 184.7 miles above Kentucky Lock.Navigation in the Muscle Shoals The area called Muscle Shoals extended from Elk River to
  • Piedmont Lake

    Piedmont Dam is located near the southern border of Harrison County, Ohio, on Stillwater Creek, a tributary of the Tuscarawas River.  At summer elevation the Piedmont Lake pool covers 2,312 acres over portions of Harrison, Belmont, and Guernsey Counties. 
  • Pike Island Locks and Dam

    RR #1, Box 33, Wheeling, WV 26003-9701 | 304-277-2127 
  • Pike Levisa Detailed Project Report

    his Section 202 Flood Damage Reduction Project encompasses the areas located along the mainstem of the Levisa Fork in Pike County, Kentucky including all tributaries in the county that experienced flooding in April 1977. The local sponsor is the Pike County Fiscal Court and the cost-share percentage is 95% Federal and 5% non-Federal.
  • Pine River, Michigan

    Authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 3 June 1896. Provides for a channel 100 feet wide and 14 feet deep.
  • Planning Center of Expertise for Inland Navigation (PCXIN) Outreach

    This site provides information on Waterborne Commerce in the United States, with a focus on the Inland Navigation data. Navigation was the Corps of Engineers' earliest Civil Works mission, dating to Federal laws in the 1820’s authorizing and funding the Corps to improve safety on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers by removing snags, debris, and other obstructions. These rivers and the coastal ports were the primary routes of commerce for the new nation.
  • Pleasant Hill Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Pleasant Hill Dam is right in the middle of two major recreation areas; Mohican State Park and Mohican Memorial Forest below the dam and MWCD's Pleasant Hill Lake Park, created by the dam, above it. The dam and lake are located on the Clear Fork branch of the Mohican River, 6 miles west of Loudonville and 20 miles southeast of Mansfield, Ohio, in Ashland County. 
  • Point Lookout Harbor, Michigan

    Point Lookout Harbor, Michigan is located at the Au Gres River on the westerly shore of Lake Huron at the entrance to Saginaw Bay, about 17 miles northeast of the mouth of the Saginaw River.
  • Point Marion Lock and Dam

    304 Powerplant Road, Dilliner, PA 15327-9603 | 724-725-5289
  • Port Austin Harbor, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreation harbor located on Lake Huron at the tip of the thumb of Michigan, about 80 miles northeast of Saginaw, MI.
  • Port Sanilac Harbor, Michigan

    Port Sanilac Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 30 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Port Washington Harbor

    Port Washington serves as a deep draft commercial harbor. Project depth is 21 feet at the entrance to the harbor and in the inner channels and 18 feet in the inner basins. Project depths providing access to the marina and launch ramp vary between 8 and 10 feet.
  • Port Wing Harbor, Wisconsin

    Port Wing Harbor, Wisconsin is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, about 34 miles easterly from Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Portage Lake Harbor, Michigan

    Portage Lake Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Michigan, about 186 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and about 37 miles northerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Portsmouth Local Protection Project

    The Portsmouth segment of the Portsmouth/New Boston Local Protection Project is located in Scioto County, Ohio, on the right descending bank of the Ohio River at the mouth of the Scioto River, near Ohio River Mile 355.
  • Presque Isle Harbor, Michigan

    Presque Isle Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior at Marquette, Michigan. It is an indentation about 1.5 miles long and one-half mile wide in shore behind Presque Isle Point.
  • R.D. Bailey Lake

    This project was called the Justice Reservoir, during the planning stages. In 1965, Congress changed the name in honor of the late Judge R.D. Bailey, a lawyer, state senator, prosecuting attorney, and a leader in Wyoming County education. Judge Bailey also was circuit judge of Wyoming and Mingo counties during the bloody coal mine wars of the 1920's.The Guyandotte River has a history of significant flooding about every two years –causing death and property damage. Population centers (Justice, Gilbert, Man and especially Logan) were hard hit.
  • Racine Locks and Dam

    Two parallel locks, main lock 1200' by 110', auxiliary lock 600' by 110', miter service gates, vertical-lift emergency gates. Non-navigable, high-lift, gated dam, top length of 1,173'. Eight tainter gates, clear span 110' between 15' intermediate piers and 16' end piers, damming height 32' above sills, clearance above maximum high water when fully raised approximately 5'. The hydropower unit is completed.
  • Robert C. Byrd Locks and Dam

    Non-navigable, high-lift, gated dam, top length of gated section 1,132'. Eight roller gates, clear span 125'-6 between 16-foot piers, damming height of 29'- 6' above sills.
  • Rouge River, Michigan

    Rouge River, Michigan rises in Oakland and Washtenaw Counties, Michigan. The river is 30 miles long, flows southeasterly through Wayne County, and joins the Detroit River at the westerly limit of the City of Detroit. The navigation channel is located on the lower 2 ½ miles of the river.
  • Rough River Dam Safety Modification Project

    DRAFT Rough River Dam Modification Project General Information USACE has completed an updated risk assessment which evaluated the current project risk as well as ways to reduce risk while Phase II of the Dam Safety Modification Project (construction of the cutoff wall) awaits additional funding. USACE Louisville District is implementing Interim
  • Rough River Lake

    Welcome to Rough River Lake. The lake is situated in Breckinridge, Hardin, and Grayson counties in south central Kentucky. The dam is located on the Rough River near the community of Falls of Rough, about 20 miles from Leitchfield and 95 miles southwest of Louisville. The 5,100-acre Rough River Lake provides a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, manages Rough River Lake’s land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation. The menu on the right leads to specific recreation and other lake information.
  • Rough River Lake Master Plan Update

    General InformationThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Louisville District, is revising the Rough River Lake Master Plan. The Master Plan is intended to serve as a comprehensive land and recreational management plan with a life span of 25 years. It guides the stewardship of natural and cultural resources and the provision of outdoor
  • Saginaw River, Michigan

    Saginaw River, Michigan is formed by union of the Tittabawassee and Shiawassee Rivers, 22 miles long, and flows northerly into the extreme inner end of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
  • Santiago Creek

    The purpose of the SARMP, including the Santiago Creek component, is to provide flood risk reduction to areas susceptible to flooding within the counties of San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange. The need for the project is due to significant flooding along the Santa Ana River – including Santiago Creek – within Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties in California, which has been documented since at least 1897.
  • Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan

    Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, about 90 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois and 22 miles northerly from South Haven, Michigan.
  • Saxon Harbor, Wisconsin

    Authorized by River and Harbors Act of 1958. Provides for east and west breakwaters, and outer channel 10 feet deep, and inner basin and side channel 8 feet deep.
  • Seaway Site

    The Seaway Site, located in Tonawanda, New York, was operated as a landfill from 1930 to 1993, accepting a variety of municipal, commercial, construction, and industrial wastes. Nearby, in the 1940s, the former Linde Air Products Division of Union Carbide processed uranium ores under contract to the Manhattan Engineer District (MED). The mill tailings from the FUSRAP-related activities were transported from the Linde Site to the former Haist Property, now known as the Ashland 1 Site. During the mid-1970's, Ashland Oil constructed oil tanks on the Ashland 1 property. During the construction, materials containing radioactive residues were removed from the area and transported by Ashland Oil to the Seaway landfill and what was the Ashland 2 Site and used as cover or grading material. This material was also placed in what is now known as Seaway Areas A, B and C.
  • Sebewaing River, Michigan

    Sebewaing River is located on Saginaw Bay in the thumb of Michigan, on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 20 miles northeast of the mouth of the Saginaw River. Michigan,
  • Senecaville Lake

    Senecaville Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area and is one of a system of projects designed to provide flood control and water conservation in the Muskingum Watershed in southeastern Ohio. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife.
  • Shallow Land Disposal Area

    The Shallow Land Disposal Area (SLDA) site, encompassing 44 acres of privately-owned land, is located approximately 23 miles east-northeast of Pittsburgh in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. It is on the right bank of the Kiski River, a tributary of the Allegheny River, near the communities of Apollo and Vandergrift. Radioactive waste disposal operations were conducted between 1960 and 1970 at the site.
  • Sheboygan Harbor

    Deep draft commercial harbor with 4,000 linear feet of federal channel. Authorized project depth is 25 feet in the entrance channel, 21 feet in the inner harbor channel and turning basin up to the 8th Street bridge, and 15 feet upstream of the 8th Street bridge.
  • Shenango River Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1938, Shenango River Lake is one of 16 flood-control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project mitigates flooding for the Shenango River Valley as well as for the Beaver and upper Ohio rivers. Since its completion in 1965, Shenango Dam has prevented more than $252 million in flood damages. The project
  • Shenango River Lake Master Plan

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1938, Shenango River Lake is one of 16 flood-control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project mitigates flooding for the Shenango River Valley as well as for the Beaver and upper Ohio rivers. Since its completion in 1965, Shenango Dam has prevented more than $252 million in flood damages. The project has the capability to store the equivalent run-off of 10.5 inches of precipitation from its 589 square mile drainage area. Shenango River Lake’s flood-control benefits were demonstrated during the June 1972 flooding resulting from Tropical Storm Agnes when over $1.8 million in damages were prevented. Shenango also provides water releases during dry periods to improve water quality and quantity for domestic and industrial use, recreation and aquatic life.
  • Silver Bay Harbor, Minnesota

    Silver Bay Harbor is a Minnesota DNR Harbor.
  • Smithland Locks and Dam

    Welcome to the Smithland Locks and Dam. Smithland Locks and Dam is located on the Ohio River at mile 918.5 below Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and 62.5 miles upstream of the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. The locks are on the Illinois side of the Ohio River accessible via the New Liberty Road reached from either Golconda or Brookport, Illinois.
  • Soo Locks

    The Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan are among the busiest lock systems in the world. Owned, operated, and maintained by U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District. The locks are a National Historic Landmark and is also a current Corps of Engineers Mega Project site.
  • South Haven Harbor, Michigan

    South Haven Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 77 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 24 miles northerly from St. Joseph, Michigan.
  • St Clair River, Michigan

    The St. Clair River, Michigan is a 40-mile long section of Great Lakes Connecting Channels, which flows southerly from Lake Huron and discharges into Lake St. Clair.
  • St Marys River, Michigan

    The St. Marys River, Michigan is a Great Lakes connecting channel about 63 miles long, flowing southeasterly between the State of Michigan and Province of Ontario, Canada, from the eastern end of Lake Superior into northern end of Lake Huron.
  • St. James Harbor, Beaver Island, Michigan

    St. James Harbor, Beaver Island, Michigan is located in St. James Bay on Beaver Island, Michigan in Lake Michigan, about 31 miles northwesterly from Charlevoix, Michigan.
  • St. Joseph Harbor, Michigan

    St. Joseph Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 60 miles easterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 24 miles southerly from South Haven, Michigan.
  • Stonewall Jackson Lake

    Stonewall Jackson Lake was authorized and approved by the Flood Control Act of 1966. The purposes of the project, as stated in the authorizing legislation, are flood protection, low flow augmentation for water quality, water supply, fish and wildlife enhancement, hydropower and recreation. The project, completed in 1990, is the most recent addition
  • Sturgeon Bay Lake Michigan Ship Canal

    Serves as a deep draft commercial ship canal with 8.5 miles of federal channel. Authorized project depths of 22 to 23 feet in the entrance channel and canal; 20 feet in the turning basin at Sturgeon Bay.
  • Summersville Lake

    Summersville Dam was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk management, fish and wildlife enhancement, water quality, recreation, and low flow augmentation. The dam was completed in 1966 and serves a drainage area of 803 square miles.
  • Superior Steel Site

    The former Superior Steel Site, located in Scott Township, Pennsylvania, processed uranium metal in support of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission’s (AEC) fuel-element development program from 1952 to 1957. The site was also licensed from 1957 to 1958 to receive thorium metal for processing and shaping. The primary AEC operations performed at the Superior Steel Site consisted of salt bathing, rolling, brushing, shaping, cutting, stamping, and coiling of uranium metal. Records indicate that primarily natural uranium was processed at the site, along with limited amounts of enriched uranium. Recycled uranium from reprocessed spent nuclear fuel may also have been processed on site.
  • Sutton Lake

    Sutton Lake covers 1440 acres. It is a beautiful lake, winding 14 miles along the Elk River, with many coves along its 40 miles of shoreline. The lake is 125 feet deep at the dam. Sutton Dam is located just above the Town of Sutton, 101 miles above the mouth of the Elk River in Charleston. It is a concrete-gravity structure 210 feet high, 1,178 feet long, and 195 feet wide at the base.
  • T.J. O'Brien Lock

    The T.J. O’Brien Lock and Controlling Works is located at the entrance to Lake Michigan (River Mile 326.0), Calumet River, in Chicago, Illinois. The facility is a unit of the Inland Waterway Navigation System and is one of nine such facilities between Chicago and Versailles, Illinois.
  • Taconite Harbor, Minnesota

    Taconite Harbor is a Minnesota DNR Harbor.
  • Tappan Lake

    Tappan Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife.
  • Tar Pamlico Basin Flood Risk-Management Study

    In response to recent flooding that occurred as a result of Hurricanes Matthew (2016) and Florence (2019), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received funding through the 2019 Additional Supplemental Appropriations for Disaster Relief (H.R. 2157) for a feasibility study to assess and recommend actions that reduce flood risk and increase resiliency within the Tar-Pamlico River Basin. A series of flood risk management alternatives designed to reduce flood risks within the basin through various combinations of structural (e.g., floodwalls, levees, detention basins), non-structural (e.g., acquisition and relocation, home elevation), and natural and nature-based measures (e.g., wetland and floodplain storage) were developed and compared with the goal of identifying and recommending an alternative that reduces flood risk while protecting environmental resources.
  • Tawas Bay Harbor, Michigan

    On the northeasterly portion of Saginaw Bay, an arm of Lake Huron, adjacent to Tawas, Michigan. Authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 13 August 1968.
  • Taylorsville Lake

    Welcome to Taylorsville Lake. The Lake is located on the Salt River beginning at river mile 78 about 5 miles west of Glensboro and extends downstream to the dam at river mile 60.  The Lake is 18 miles long and extends into portions of Spencer, Nelson and Anderson Counties of Kentucky. 
  • Thornton Reservoir

    The Thornton Reservoir significantly reduces overland and basement flooding by protecting 35,090 structures. It also improves the quality of area waterways by significantly reducing the backflow of untreated sewage into Lake Michigan and by storing combined sewer overflow during floods before release to the Calumet wastewater treatment plant. The original 14,600 acre-feet reservoir was increased by 9,600 acre-feet to a total volume of 24,200 acre-feet (7.9 billion gallons) for the new “composite” reservoir.
  • Three Forks of Beargrass Creek Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study

    The Three Forks of Beargrass Creek Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study is being completed in cooperation with the Louisville Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD), the Non-Federal Sponsor. The primary purpose of this project is to restore both instream and riparian habitat within the Beargrass Creek watershed. Beargrass Creek has a 60 square mile
  • Tionesta Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938, Tionesta Lake is one of 16 flood-control projects in the Pittsburgh District. Tionesta is a key link in a system of flood control project for the Allegheny and upper Ohio Rivers. Since its completion in 1940, Tionesta has prevented over $604 million in flood damage. The project’s flood control
  • Tom Jenkins Dam

    Tappan Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. The dam was completed in October 1936 and serves a drainage area of 71 square miles. Land includes 91 fee acres and 7,983 easement acres.
  • Tonawanda Landfill Vicinity Property

    In 1992, the Department of Energy (DOE) designated two properties, a portion of the Town of Tonawanda Landfill and the mudflats area, now known as the North Youngmann Commerce Center, together as a Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) single vicinity property of the Linde Site, which is also located in Tonawanda, New York. The designation was based on the DOE's discovery of radioactive material at the site that appeared to have similar characteristics to material found at other FUSRAP sites. However, no record has been found indicating that the vicinity property was ever involved in past Manhattan Engineer District or Atomic Energy Commission activities.
  • Two Harbors, Minnesota

    Two Harbors, Minnesota is located on the north shore of Lake Superior, 27 miles northeasterly from Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Tygart Lake

    Authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1935, Tygart Dam was the first of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the Tygart River Valley as well as for the Monongahela and upper Ohio Rivers.Tygart has the capability to store the equivalent run-off of 4.56 inches of precipitation from its
  • Union City Dam

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1962, the dam was completed in 1971 and provides flood protection for the French Creek Valley, and to a lesser degree, the Allegheny River below Franklin, Pa. The reservoir has the capability of storing the equivalent runoff of 4.08 inches of precipitation from its 222 square mile watershed. The flood
  • Upper Ohio River Navigation Project

    The Upper Ohio Navigation Project is part of the National Economic Development (NED) plan for improving the upper Ohio River navigation system, specifically the Emsworth, Dashields and Montgomery locks and dams. Emsworth, Dashields and Montgomery, each constructed prior to 1936, are the first three locks and dams on the Ohio River downstream of the Point of Pittsburgh. These facilities have the oldest and smallest lock chambers in the entire Ohio River Navigation System. The project replaces each auxiliary lock chamber (56’ wide by 360’ long) with a new lock chamber (110’ by 600’) at each facility. This new lock chamber would serve as the new main lock chamber. The fully-funded, total project cost for all three new chambers is $2.1 billion, which would be cost-shared jointly by the General Fund (65%) and the Inland Waterways Trust Fund (35%) (2021 Cost Level). The project’s incremental benefit-to-cost ratio is 2.4 to 1 (at the current discount rate of 2.75%).
  • Upper Wabash

    Lake reports, lake elevations, tailwater elevations, and precipitation for the Upper Wabash including Roush Lake, Salamonie Lake, and Mississinewa Lake.
  • USACE Environmental Operating Principles

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Environmental Operating Principles (EOPs) were developed to ensure that USACE missions include totally integrated sustainable environmental practices. The EOPs provided corporate direction to ensure the workforce recognizes USACE's role in, and responsibility for, sustainable use, stewardship, and restoration of natural resources across the nation and, through the international reach of its support missions.
  • Washington Island

    Consists of two recreational harbors: Detroit Harbor and Jackson Harbor. The project depth of Detroit Harbor is 14 feet, and the project depth of Jackson Harbor is 12 feet. There are approximately 4,000 feet of maintained federal channel.
  • Water Management - Chicago Area Waterway

    Chicago Area Waterway Stages and Flows
  • Watts Bar Navigation Lock

    Watts Bar Lock is near Decatur, Tennessee.  It is approximately halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville.The lock is located at Tennessee River mile 529.9.  It is 72.4 miles downstream from Fort Loudoun Lock and 58.9 miles above Chickamauga Lock. History of Navigation in the Area  Building navigational facilities at Watts Bar was one of the
  • Waukegan Harbor

    Serves as a deep draft commercial harbor. Project depth is 22 feet in the Lake Michigan harbor approach and 18 feet in the channel.
  • West Fork Lake

    Welcome to the West Fork Lake. Better known locally as Winton Woods Lake, the lake is situated in Hamilton County in southwestern Ohio within the metropolitan Cincinnati area. The 183-acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. West Fork Lake exists as a cooperative management effort between the Corps of Engineers and the Hamilton County Park District.
  • Wheeler Navigation Lock

    Wheeler Navigation LockThe Wheeler Locks are located about 30 miles from Decatur, Alabama. The locks are at river mile 274.9.  They are 15 miles above the Wilson Locks and 74.1 miles below Guntersville Lock. The area called Muscle Shoals extended from Elk River to Florence, Alabama and featured a series of rapids, islands, reefs, and bars.  It
  • White Lake Harbor, Michigan

    White Lake Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, about 120 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 45 miles southerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Whitefish Point Harbor, Michigan

    Whitefish Point is located on the south shore of Lake Superior 40 miles northwesterly from Sault St. Marie, Michigan and 53 miles easterly from Grand Marais.
  • William H. Harsha Lake

    Welcome to the William H. Harsha Lake (also known as East Fork). The lake is situated in Clermont County in southwestern Ohio, about 25 miles east of Cincinnati.   The dam is about four miles south of Batavia, Ohio, on the East Fork of the Little Miami River. William H. Harsha exists as a cooperative management effort between the Corps of Engineers and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Divisions of Parks and Recreation, Watercraft, and Wildlife. A variety of other partnerships play important roles in the management of the 10,000 plus acres of public lands at William H. Harsha Lake.
  • Willow Island Locks and Dam

    AuthorityRiver and Harbor Act of 3 March 1909, Sixtieth Congress, 2nd Session.CostEstimated construction $76,520,800.DamNon-navigable, high-lift, gated dam, top length 1,128' including 111-foot fixed weir with 84-foot open crest. Eight tainter gates, clear span 110' between piers, damming height 26' above sills, clearance above maximum high water
  • Wills Creek Dam

    Wills Creek Lake, was authorized for flood control and allied purposes by the official plan for the Muskingum reservoir system prepared by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and approved on November 19, 1934 by the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District.   Construction on the Wills Creek Dam project began February 25, 1935 and closure of the dam
  • Wilson Navigation Lock

    Wilson Lock is located in the northwest corner of Alabama.Located at Tennessee River mile 259.4, the lock is 15 miles below the Wheeler Locks and 52.7 miles above Pickwick Lock.It is the highest single lift lock east of the Rocky Mountains with a normal lift of between 93 and 100 feet! Lock History The original project was completed by the Corps 
  • Winfield Locks and Dam

    Dam Non-navigable, gated dam, top length 676'-9 . Six roller crest gates and one tainter gate, spanning 100'-3 1/2" between piers. Damming height 28'. Easements Of an estimated Easement Acreage of 1,243 acres for the project, approximately 315.53 acres fee required for the lock site, 15 acres fee for the abutment site, 4.33 acres for recreation site, and flowage easements or other lesser interests over the remaining area.
  • Wolf Creek Dam

    History of Wolf Creek DamThe Wolf Creek Project was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938 and the Rivers and Harbor Act of 1946.  Construction of the project, designed and supervised by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, began in August 1941.  After a three-year delay caused by World War II, the project was completed for full beneficial use in
  • Woodcock Creek Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1962, Woodcock Creek Lake is one of 16 flood damage-reduction projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the French Creek system. The flood prevention benefits provided by the project since completion are estimated to be approximately $38.4 million.
  • Yatesville Lake

    Yatesville Lake is located entirely in Lawrence County, Kentucky, on Blaine Creek; a tributary of the Big Sandy River. It was built under the Flood Control Act of 1965. The dam is rockfill, with a central impervious core and founded on rock. The length of the lake and boatable arms is 20.6 miles upstream from the dam and 18.1 miles upstream from where it flows into the Big Sandy River.
  • Youghiogheny River Lake

    Authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938, Youghiogheny River Lake is one of 16 flood control projects in the Pittsburgh District. The project provides flood protection for the Youghiogheny and lower Monongahela River Valleys as well as for the upper Ohio River.Since its completion in 1943, the Youghiogheny project has prevented flood damages
  • Zoar Levee and Diversion Dam

    United States Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District (District), is maintaining this website to provide updates and information on planned repairs to Zoar Levee and Diversion Dam, in accordance with the Programmatic Agreement (PA) among the District, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and Ohio State Historic Preservation Office. Zoar Levee and Diversion Dam, in Tuscarawas County, Ohio has been assigned a Dam Safety Action Classification 3 – Moderate Urgency for action project because the potential consequences to Zoar Village National Historic Landmark District are unacceptable.
  • January

    2024 Campsite Reservation Information

    Campers may now make their reservations 180 days in advance and picnic shelter reservations 360 days in advance. Recreation.gov is taking reservations at this toll free telephone number, 1-877-444-6777. Campers can also make reservations on the Web at http://www.recreation.gov/.Notice! http://www.recreation.gov/ also has maps and more information
  • April

    2024 Huntington District Campground Schedule

    Campers may now make their reservations 180 days in advance and picnic shelter reservations 360 days in advance. Recreation.gov is taking reservations at this toll free telephone number, 1-877-444-6777. Campers can also make reservations on the Web at http://www.recreation.gov/.
  • January

    Alum Creek Lake

    Alum Creek rests amid the fertile agricultural till plains and river valleys of Delaware County. Alum Creek offers a diverse array of natural features. Cliffs of Ohio shale, the muddy remains of an ancient sea, are notable in many areas, both within the park and at nearby Highbanks Metro Park and Shale Hollow Metro Park.
  • Atwood Lake

    Atwood lake is located on the Indian Fork of the Conotton Creek, 4 miles southeast of New Cumberland, Ohio, and 18 miles east of Dover, Ohio, in Tuscarawas County, on State Route 212. Atwood Lake was constructed primarily for flood control, recreation, fish and wildlife management
  • Barren River Lake

    Welcome to Barren River Lake. The lake is situated in the rural, rolling hills of Allen, Barren and Monroe counties in South Central Kentucky.  The dam is located 12 miles east of Scottsville, KY and 15 miles southwest of Glasgow, KY on State Highway 252. Barren River Lake covers 20,150 acres at maximum flood control pool and 10,000 acres at normal summer pool.
  • Beach City Lake

    Beach City Dam is located near the northern border of Tuscarawas County, Ohio, on Sugar Creek, a tributary of the Tuscarawas River, about nine miles above New Philadelphia, Ohio. The dam was completed in 1936 for flood control and water conservation in the Muskingum Watershed area.
  • Beech Fork Lake

    Beech Fork Lake is part of the integrated flood reduction system operated by the Corps of Engineers for the entire Ohio River Basin. When these lakes are operated as a vast storage system, flood crests along the Ohio can be significantly reduced. Beech Fork Lake opened for recreational activities in May 1978. Beech Fork Lake is near the community of Lavalette, Wayne County, West Virginia, approximately 10 miles south of Huntington.
  • Berlin Lake

    Take time out to enjoy the ever-changing pattern of life and scenery that await you at Berlin Lake. Located near Akron, Youngstown, and Warren, Ohio the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to trade the sights and sounds of the city for those of the Ohio countryside.
  • Black Rock Lock

    About the LockThe Black Rock Channel extends from Buffalo Harbor to the Black Rock Lock.  It is three and one-half miles in length.  The Federal navigation channel has a minimum width of 200 feet. Pleasure craft are required to yield the right-of-way to commercial vessels due to the confined waters of the channel.The Black Rock Lock and the Black
  • Bluestone Lake

    Bluestone Dam spans the New River at Hinton, WV forming Bluestone Lake, the third largest lake in West Virginia. At summer pool Bluestone Lake covers 2,040 acres and is 10.7 miles long. Bluestone Dam was constructed as part of the Kanawha River Basin flood control system primarily to reduce major flood damages along the New, Kanawha, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers. Bluestone Dam was completed for operational purposes in January 1949 and completely finished in January 1952.
  • Bolivar Dam

    Bolivar Dam is on Sandy Creek of the Tuscarawas River, 183.4 miles above the mouth of the Muskingum River, located in Stark and Tuscarawas Counties of Ohio. The Dam has an impervious core with a cut-off trench and is flanked by pervious zones. The embankment has a maximum height of 87 feet, a crest length of 6300 feet, and a crest width of 25 feet. Constructed primarily for flood control, the maximum flood control pool level of elevation 962.00 feet would encompass 6500 surface acres.
  • Brookville Lake

    Welcome to the Brookville Lake. The lake is located in Franklin and Union counties on the East Fork of the Whitewater River. The dam is about one-half mile above Brookville, Indiana, and 36 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Buckhorn Lake

    Welcome to the Buckhorn Lake. The lake is situated in Leslie and Perry counties on the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River in the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau, offering the scenic beauty of the Appalachian Mountain Range. The dam is located near the small community of Buckhorn, Ky., about 100 miles southeast of Lexington and 30 miles west of Hazard. The 1,230 acre Buckhorn Lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Burnsville Lake

    Burnsville Dam is located in Braxton County on the Little Kanawha River, 124 miles above its confluence with the Ohio River and approximately 3 miles above the Town of Burnsville, West Virginia. Burnsville Dam was developed to reduce flooding on the Little Kanawha River, which runs 167 miles and drains an area of 2,320 square miles, and is a unit in the Corps' Ohio River Basin Flood Reduction System.
  • C.J. Brown Dam & Reservoir

    Welcome to the C. J. Brown Dam and Reservoir. The lake is located near Springfield in west central Ohio, less than a day's drive from Indianapolis, Cleveland, Louisville or Toledo. The 2,120 acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The C. J. Brown Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors. 
  • Caesar Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Caesar Creek Lake. The lake is located in Warren, Clinton and Greene counties in southwestern Ohio. The dam is three miles above the mouth of Caesar Creek, a tributary of the Little Miami River. The 2,830-acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The Caesar Creek Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors.
  • Cagles Mill Lake

    Welcome to the Cagles Mill Lake. The lake lies in Putnam and Owen counties in south-central Indiana, approximately midway between Indianapolis and Terre Haute. The area is picturesque with rolling hills surrounded by streams and creeks. The dam is located on Mill Creek 2.8 miles above its mouth. Cagles Mill Lake bears the name of an old grist mill that was just downstream from the lake on Mill Creek.
  • Carr Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Carr Creek Lake. The lake is located in the mountainous region of southeastern Kentucky, about 16 miles from Hazard and 18 miles from Whitesburg. The dam is located 8.8 miles above the mouth of Carr Fork, a tributary of the North Fork of the Kentucky River. The 710 acre lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Cave Run Lake

    Welcome to the Cave Run Lake. The lake is located within the scenic Eastern Highlands Region of Kentucky and is almost completely surrounded by the northern-most section of the Daniel Boone National Forest. An earth and rockfill dam built across the Licking River created Cave Run Lake. The 8,270 acre Cave Run Lake is most widely known for its outdoor recreation opportunities, excellent fishing and scenic beauty. However, the lake project was constructed primarily for the purpose of reducing flood damage.
  • Cecil M. Harden Lake

    Welcome to Cecil M. Harden Lake. Cecil M. Harden Lake (also known as Raccoon Lake), located in west central Indiana, lies predominantly in Parke County and extends into Putnam County.  The dam is on Big Raccoon Creek 33 miles upstream of its juncture with the Wabash River.  It is approximately 25 miles northeast of Terre Haute, 50 miles west of Indianapolis, and 15 miles north of Brazil.
  • Center Hill Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Center Hill Lake.  The lake provides varied outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose from including fishing, hunting, camping,
  • Charles Mill Lake

    Charles Mill Dam is located on the Black Fork of the Mohican River, 10 miles east of Mansfield and 10 miles southwest of Ashland, Ohio. The lake is located in Ashland and Richland counties with the dam being located in Ashland County. Charles Mill Dam was constructed in 1935-36 and is primarily for flood control but also for recreation and fish and wildlife management.
  • Cheatham Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cheatham Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, hunting,
  • Clendening Lake

    Clendening Lake is located in Harrison County, Ohio on the Brushy Fork of the Stillwater Creek, 1/2 mile east of Tippecanoe, Ohio, and 9 miles southeast of Uhrichsville, Ohio.  Clendening Lake was constructed in 1937.  It was built for flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife management.  
  • Conemaugh River Lake

    An abundance of cultural resources and recreational opportunities coupled with a great river revival and trail has certainly made Conemaugh River Lake the place to be for outdoor fun!
  • Cordell Hull Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cordell Hull Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, hunting,
  • Crooked Creek Lake

    Nestled among the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, Crooked Creek Lake is an ideal setting for year-round outdoor activities. Located only 30 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to discover the scenic beauty of the lake and surrounding countryside. Visitors will find they can pursue a variety of outdoor activities at the lake with its numerous, well-maintained facilities available for enjoyment. For those who enjoy the outdoors, a visit to Crooked Creek Lake can be a rewarding experience. 
  • Cumberland River Basin Clean Marina Program

    The Cumberland River Basin Clean Marina Program is a voluntary program implemented by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District and its watershed partners to promote environmentally responsible marina and boating practices. This program, established in support of the National Clean Boating Campaign, helps marina operators protect the very
  • Dale Hollow Lake

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Dale Hollow Lake. Dale Hollow Dam and Lake was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938 and the River and Harbor Act of 1946. The project was completed for flood control in 1943. Power generating units were added in 1948, 1949, and 1953. The project was designed by the
  • Deer Creek Lake

    Deer Creek Lake  was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, fish and wildlife enhancement, recreation, and low flow augmentation. There are three recreation areas at the project. The Corps of Engineers recreation areas include a day use area. Deer Creek State Park comprises most of the recreational facilities on the project.
  • Delaware Lake

    Delaware Lake  was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, low-flow augmentation, and recreation. There are four recreation areas at the project. The Corps of Engineers recreation areas include a day use area. Delaware State Park comprises most of the recreational facilities on the project.
  • Dewey Lake

    Dewey Lake is located just west of the Appalachian Mountains, with peaceful settings that offer camping and boating and numerous other outdoor recreation opportunities.
  • Dillon Lake

    Dillon Dam was completed in July 1961 and serves a drainage area of 748 square miles. Primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, low flow augmentation and recreation. Come take advantage of all our recreation opportunities. 
  • Dover Dam

    Dover Dam is within the Upper Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. 
  • Drone Use

    Drone PolicyThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Drone Policy governs the operation and use of recreational unmanned aerial systems (UAS) at all Nashville District lakes within the Cumberland River Basin.The guidance has designated approved locations to fly drones for hobbyists, while at the same time prohibiting drones where people
  • East Branch Clarion River Lake

    In the heart of Elk County and scenic upper Clarion River Valley, the US Army Corps of Engineers invites you to visit and enjoy the ideal setting for a variety of recreational experiences. East Branch Lake is surrounded by Elk State Park, Elk State Forest and State Game Lands to further enhance the idyllic setting of your visit.
  • East Lynn Lake

    East Lynn Lake is located on the East Fork of Twelvepole Creek, 10 miles south of Wayne, WV, on State Route 37. East Lynn Lake was constructed primarily for flood control, water quality, fish management, and recreation. There is a total of 24,821 acres of project lands and waters at East Lynn.
  • Fishing

    Fishing Information“Planning where to go for the best in Tennessee fishing is like getting paid to eat candy,” says author and fisherman Vernon Summerlin in his Tennessee Sportsman article, “Tennessee 12-month Angling Planner.”  “Like a candy store,” says Summerlin, “Tennessee’s variety of fishing makes anglers drool.” *Used by permission of
  • Fishtrap Lake

    Fishtrap Lake lays deep within the valleys of the densely forested mountains of Kentucky. Boasting a multitude of recreational opportunities, the man-made lake and surrounding area is the perfect place to explore.
  • Golf Cart Policy

    Read the golf cart policy here.
  • Grayson Lake

    Grayson Lake was authorized by Section 203 of Flood Act of 1960. Primary project purposes are flood risk management, water quality, water supply and recreation. The dam was completed in January 1968 and serves a drainage area of 196 square miles. The lake is impounded by an earth and random rock-fill dam, 120 ft. tall and 1,460 ft. long with an uncontrolled, broad-crested saddle spillway located at the left abutment of the dam. The project has 6 recreation areas including Grayson Lake State Park.
  • Green River Lake

    Welcome to Green River Lake. The lake is situated in Adair and Taylor counties, lying amidst rolling terrain, steep bluffs and flowing streams in the section of Kentucky known as the Highland Rim.  The dam, located on the Green River, is an 11 mile drive from the cities of Campbellsville and Columbia, and less than 100 miles from Louisville and Lexington.
  • J. Edward Roush Lake

    The Upper Wabash Projects consisting of the Mississinewa, Salamonie, and J. Edward Roush lakes operate as a unit to reduce flood stages in the Upper Wabash Basin and with other lakes downstream in reduction of Lower Wabash and Ohio River floods. Together these three reservoir's have saved millions of dollars in flood damages. The Corps of Engineers has developed a partnership in the management of the public lands at the three lakes. Under lease agreements, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources operates and maintains the recreation facilities and wildlife areas at the lakes, with a few exceptions where the Corps of Engineers still maintains and operates.
  • J. Percy Priest Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District welcomes you to J. Percy Priest Lake.  The lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year.  Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to participate in including fishing, hunting,
  • John W. Flannagan Dam & Reservoir

    Authorized by Congress in the Flood control Act of 1938, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1961, John W. Flannagan Dam and Reservoir is a part of the Big Sandy flood protection system. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers designed and supervised construction of the dam and now operates it for public benefits.
  • Kinzua Dam and Allegheny Reservoir

    Totally surrounded by forest, Kinzua Dam and Allegheny Reservoir are at the heart of one of the largest and most popular outdoor recreation complexes in the northeastern United States. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to visit the reservoir and discover a diversity of year-round recreational opportunities that will delight the outdoor enthusiast.
  • Lake Barkley

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Lake Barkley, the westernmost project in a series of dams along the Cumberland River and its tributaries.
  • Lake Cumberland

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Lake Cumberland, the second largest lake in the Cumberland River System. The lake provides varied outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have many opportunities to fish, hunt, camp, picnic, boat, canoe, hike, and enjoy the outdoors.
  • Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center

    The Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center is located in the historic Canal Park, Duluth, Minnesota at the foot of the Aerial Lift Bridge. We offer world class viewing of shipping vessels entering and leaving the Duluth-Superior Harbor. We are dedicated to preserving the maritime history of the area. Stop by and be amazed by the vessels operating on the Great Lakes and the history behind it all!
  • Laurel River Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Laurel River Lake. Laurel River Lake, with its cliff-lined shores and quiet coves, is a favorite destination. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities from which to choose, including: fishing, camping, picnicking, boating, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, diving and to relax at one of the deepest and cleanest lakes in Kentucky. Because of the lake's proximity to I-75 (20 minutes from Exit 25, 29, and 38) lakeside recreation can fit nicely into your other vacation plans.
  • Leesville Lake

    Leesville Lake is within the Upper Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. The dam was completed in October 1936 and serves a drainage area of 48 square miles. Land includes 161 fee acres and 4,001 easement acres. There are no Corps operated recreation areas.
  • Loyalhanna Lake

    Located in southwestern Pennsylvania, among terrain characterized by its diversity, Loyalhanna Lake provides a mixture of scenery and recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District invites you to visit the Loyalhanna project and enjoy its natural settings.
  • Mahoning Creek Lake

    Situated among steep-sided valleys and forested hillsides, Mahoning Creek Lake is surrounded by the rugged and striking terrain of western Pennsylvania. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to discover Mahoning’s breathtaking scenery and its opportunities for outdoor recreation.
  • Marinas

    Commercial marinas provide a wide variety of services for visitors across the lakes. Services such as fuel, private boat moorage, electrical and water hookups, boat rentals, fishing and marine supplies, restaurants and snack bars, and restrooms are offered by most facilities. To encourage boaters to follow “No Discharge” policy regarding proper
  • Martins Fork Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Martins Fork Lake. The lake is located at river mile 15.6 on the Martins Fork of the Cumberland River in the scenic mountainous terrain of Harlan County, 13 miles southeast of the town of Harlan, Kentucky. Martins Fork Lake provides a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities including: fishing, hunting, picnicking, camping, sunbathing, hiking, and boating for thousands of visitors each year.
  • Michael J. Kirwan Dam and Reservoir

    Surrounded by the lush, green farmland of northern Ohio, the Michael J. Kirwan Dam provides miles of clean waters and scenic countryside for your enjoyment.
  • Mississinewa Lake

    The Upper Wabash Projects consisting of the Mississinewa, Salamonie, and J. Edward Roush lakes operate as a unit to reduce flood stages in the Upper Wabash Basin and with other lakes downstream in reduction of Lower Wabash and Ohio River floods. Together these three reservoir's have saved millions of dollars in flood damages. The Corps of Engineers has developed a partnership in the management of the public lands at the three lakes. Under lease agreements, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources operates and maintains the recreation facilities and wildlife areas at the lakes, with a few exceptions where the Corps of Engineers still maintains and operates.
  • Mohawk Dam

    Mohawk Dam is a dry dam and does not have a permanent pool, water is present when impounded during flood control operations. Since there is no constant water within Mohawk Dam, there are no recreational activities available. Below the dam, around the Walhonding River there are numerous recreational opportunities. 
  • Mohicanville Dam

    Built in 1935, Mohicanville Dam, a flood control project, is a dry dam with no permanent pool. The dam site is located on the Lakefork of the Mohican River in northeast Ohio, 171 miles above the mouth of the Muskingum River at Marietta, Ohio. 
  • Monroe Lake

    Welcome to the Monroe Lake web site. The lake lies predominantly in Monroe County and extends into Brown, Jackson, and Lawrence counties in south central Indiana. The dam is on Salt Creek 25.9 miles upstream of its juncture with the East Fork of White River, approximately 20 miles south and east of Bloomington.
  • Mosquito Creek Lake

    Amidst the panorama of rural countryside and the suburban settings of northeastern Ohio lies Mosquito Creek Lake. Mosquito Creek Lake is one of the most popular sites for outdoor recreation in the area, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to come and discover the wide range of recreational opportunities available for your enjoyment at the lake.
  • December

    Mount Morris Dam

    Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area is a major flood control project and public park located on the Genesee River near the Village of Mount Morris in Livingston County, New York. The dam is situated deep in the Genesee River Gorge at the northern end of Letchworth State Park and provides flood protection to downstream areas including the city of Rochester. A recreation area is associated with the dam and offers a variety of recreational opportunities to the visiting public.
  • January

    Nashville District Firewood Policy

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announces a new firewood policy is now in effect, and seeks the public’s cooperation to prevent the spread of forest insects and disease at campgrounds in the Cumberland River Basin.The new firewood policy requires visitors at Nashville District’s recreation areas, primitive campsites and 25
  • Nashville District Recreation

    Obtaining a PermitSpecial Event PermitsSpecial Event Permits are necessary for certain activities held on project lands and waters.  The types of events that require a permit are those that: affect the full and free use by the public of the public lands and waters of which the event is being held, require the exclusive use of any portion of
  • Nolin River Lake

    Welcome to Nolin River Lake. Nolin River Dam is located about 8 miles above the Confluence of the Nolin and Green Rivers near the community of Bee Spring.  While the dam is located in Edmonson County, the lake also covers portions of Grayson and Hart Counties.  The dam is about 8 miles north of Brownsville, 20 miles from Leitchfield, and 95 miles southwest of Louisville. In addition to flood control and recreational benefits, the lake also supplies drinking water to the surrounding area, as well as providing fish and wildlife habitat.
  • North Branch Kokosing River Lake

    Kokosing Dam was built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control, recreation and wildlife management. Kokosing River Lake is the perfect place for fishing, paddling and camping. You can also find 959 acres of wildlife habitat for hunting.
  • North Fork of Pound River Lake

    North Fork of Pound River Dam was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. Primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, water supply, fish and wildlife enhancement, and recreation. The dam was completed in January 1966 and serves a drainage area of 17.2 square miles.
  • Old Hickory Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District welcomes you to Old Hickory Lake.Located near Metropolitan Nashville, Tenn., the lake provides a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities for millions of visitors each year. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose
  • Paint Creek Lake

    Paint Creek Lake provides flood control (authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938) for the communities along Paint Creek. In addition, it provides water supply for Highland Water Company, increases water flow downstream during low flow conditions, and provides recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat.
  • Paintsville Lake

    Paintsville Lake is a total of 1,139 surface acres. The US Army Corps of Engineers owns a total of 13,156 acres of land surrounding the lake with 57 miles of shoreline. The lake is approximately 18 miles in length. Paintsville Lake gleams like a jewel in the crown of the mountains of Eastern Kentucky. With steep cliffs and wooded coves along the shoreline. The lake provides 1,140 acres of boating, skiing and fishing pleasure. After a day on the lake, relax in the campground. For a glimpse into a vanished way of life, visit the Mountain Homeplace. This living history farm recreates Appalachian farm life in the mid-1800s.
  • Patoka Lake

    Welcome to Patoka Lake. The lake lies in Dubois, Crawford and Orange counties in southern Indiana. The dam is located approximately 118.3 miles above the mouth of the Patoka River, a tributary of the Wabash River approximately 12 miles northeast of Jasper, Ind. 
  • Piedmont Lake

    Piedmont Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. The dam was completed in May 1937 and serves a drainage area of 86 square miles. Land includes 111 fee acres and 6,615 easement acres. There are no Corps operated recreation areas.
  • Pleasant Hill Lake

    Pleasant Hill Dam is right in the middle of two major recreation areas; Mohican State Park and Mohican Memorial Forest below the dam and MWCD's Pleasant Hill Lake Park, created by the dam, above it. The dam and lake are located on the Clear Fork branch of the Mohican River, 6 miles west of Loudonville and 20 miles southeast of Mansfield, Ohio, in Ashland County. Pleasant Hill Dam was constructed for flood reduction, recreation and fish and wildlife management, it was complete in 1936.
  • R.D. Bailey Lake

    This project was called the Justice Reservoir, during the planning stages. In 1965, Congress changed the name in honor of the late Judge R.D. Bailey, a lawyer, state senator, prosecuting attorney, and a leader in Wyoming County education. Judge Bailey also was circuit judge of Wyoming and Mingo counties during the bloody coal mine wars of the 1920's.
  • Rough River Lake

    Welcome to Rough River Lake. The lake is situated in Breckinridge, Hardin, and Grayson counties in south central Kentucky. The dam is located on the Rough River near the community of Falls of Rough, about 20 miles from Leitchfield and 95 miles southwest of Louisville. The 5,100-acre Rough River Lake provides a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, manages Rough River Lake’s land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation. The menu on the right leads to specific recreation and other lake information.
  • Salamonie Lake

    The Upper Wabash Projects consisting of the Mississinewa, Salamonie, and J. Edward Roush lakes operate as a unit to reduce flood stages in the Upper Wabash Basin and with other lakes downstream in reduction of Lower Wabash and Ohio River floods. Together these three reservoir's have saved millions of dollars in flood damages. The Corps of Engineers has developed a partnership in the management of the public lands at the three lakes. Under lease agreements, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources operates and maintains the recreation facilities and wildlife areas at the lakes, with a few exceptions where the Corps of Engineers still maintains and operates.
  • Senecaville Lake

    Senecaville Lake Project, located in the southeast corner of Guernsey County and the northeast corner of Noble County, Ohio, is one of a system of projects designed to provide flood control and water conservation in the Muskingum Watershed in southeastern Ohio.
  • Shenango River Lake

    The scenic Shenango Recreation Area campground has 330 sites available, many of which are equipped with electric hookup. Showers, restrooms, playgrounds and dump stations are provided. Campers visiting the lake will enjoy the spacious facilities and ease of access to the lake, as well as opportunities to enjoy watching the birds and other wildlife that live there.
  • Soo Locks Visitor Center

    Discover the engineering marvels and maritime history of the world-renowned Soo Locks. Nestled in the heart of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, our center offers an immersive experience for visitors of all ages. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a maritime buff, or looking for a unique day out, the Soo Locks Visitor Center has something for everyone.
  • Stonewall Jackson Lake

    Stonewall Jackson Lake, nestled in the rolling hills of West Virginia, is easily accessible from Interstate 79. The lake is located in Lewis County, West Virginia, an area rich in history and Appalachian tradition. These factors combined with the scenic beauty of the area provide for excellent outdoor recreational opportunities.
  • Summersville Lake

    Summersville Dam was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk management, fish and wildlife enhancement, water quality, recreation, and low flow augmentation. The dam was completed in 1966 and serves a drainage area of 803 square miles. The dam is on the Gauley River near the town of Summersville in Nicholas County, WV, and controls a drainage area of 803 square miles. Summersville is the second largest rock-fill dam in the eastern United States.
  • Sutton Lake

    Sutton Lake covers 1440 acres. It is a beautiful lake, winding 14 miles along the Elk River, with many coves along its 40 miles of shoreline. The lake is 125 feet deep at the dam. Sutton Dam is located just above the Town of Sutton, 101 miles above the mouth of the Elk River in Charleston. It is a concrete-gravity structure 210 feet high, 1,178 feet long, and 195 feet wide at the base
  • Tappan Lake

    Tappan Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife.
  • Taylorsville Lake

    Welcome to Taylorsville Lake. The Lake is located on the Salt River beginning at river mile 78 about 5 miles west of Glensboro and extends downstream to the dam at river mile 60.  The Lake is 18 miles long and extends into portions of Spencer, Nelson and Anderson Counties of Kentucky. 
  • Tionesta Lake

    Winding its way through the rugged hills of northwestern Pennsylvania, Tionesta Lake offers a unique setting for a diversity of outdoor recreational opportunities. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to visit the project and discover Tionesta's delightful lake and the natural beauty of the surrounding forest.
  • Tom Jenkins Dam

    Tom Jenkins Dam (Burr Oak Lake) is a multi-purpose flood control project built by the Corps of Engineers under the authority of the Flood Control Act of 1944. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers owns 100 acres of land surrounding Tom Jenkins Dam including a portion of Burr Oak Lake in front of the Dam. The Corps also purchased the rights to flood around the land around Burr Oak Lake up to an elevation of 750 feet.
  • Trails

    Trail Maps Accordian Bluff Black Walnut Kendall Red Oak RidgeCenter Hill Lake TrailsBUFFALO VALLEY TRAILLocated 5 miles from Interstate 40 at the Buffalo Valley Exit No. 268 and adjacent to the Center Hill Lake Resource Manager’s Office, this trail provides river access to the Caney Fork and is a very popular access area for trout fishermen. 
  • Tygart Lake

    Located in the picturesque West Virginia countryside, Tygart Lake's blue waters and irregular shoreline contrast with the surrounding steep mountain terrain. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to discover the beauty of Tygart Lake and its scenic vistas that provide the ideal setting for many outdoor recreational activities.
  • Union City Dam

    The Union City Dam provides visitors with the chance to enjoy a number of outdoor recreational opportunities. The different types of habitat and ecosystems that can be found at the reservoir provide hikers, bird watchers and the novice naturalist with a variety of flora and fauna to discover and enjoy.
  • Water Safety

    Water SafetyThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District welcomes your interest in water safety. We want to encourage visitors to our recreational facilities and lakes to use caution while boating, fishing, or swimming. Watch Your Children! Each year about 200 children drown in the U.S. and several thousand others are treated in hospitals
  • West Fork Lake

    Welcome to the West Fork Lake. Better known locally as Winton Woods Lake, the lake is situated in Hamilton County in southwestern Ohio within the metropolitan Cincinnati area. The 183-acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. West Fork Lake exists as a cooperative management effort between the Corps of Engineers and the Hamilton County Park District.
  • William H. Harsha Lake

    Welcome to the William H. Harsha Lake (also known as East Fork). The lake is situated in Clermont County in southwestern Ohio, about 25 miles east of Cincinnati.   The dam is about four miles south of Batavia, Ohio, on the East Fork of the Little Miami River. William H. Harsha exists as a cooperative management effort between the Corps of Engineers and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Divisions of Parks and Recreation, Watercraft, and Wildlife. A variety of other partnerships play important roles in the management of the 10,000 plus acres of public lands at William H. Harsha Lake.
  • Wills Creek Lake

    Wills Creek Lake serves as the Project Office for the projects located within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. Wills Creek Lake was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. The dam was completed in June 1936 and serves a drainage are of 724 square miles. Land includes 131 fee acres and 20,252 easement acres. The Corps operates two small day-use recreation areas.
  • Woodcock Creek Lake

    Placidly resting amidst gently rolling hills, Woodcock Creek Lake complements the tranquil rural countryside of central Crawford County.
  • Yatesville Lake

    Yatesville Lake was authorized by Section 204 of Flood Control Act of 1965. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, low flow augmentation, water quality and recreation. The dam was completed in 1988 and serves a drainage area of 208 square miles. There are six recreation areas including two Corps managed day use areas.
  • Youghiogheny River Lake

    In the heart of the Laurel Highlands and spanning the Mason-Dixon Line between Pennsylvania and Maryland lays Youghiogheny River Lake.
  • Chicago District Water Management

    The Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering section is responsible for the daily operation of four multi-purpose reservoir projects within Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana.
  • Great Lakes Remedial Action Plans

    This program enables the Corps of Engineers to provide technical assistance to state & local agencies or non-profit organizations for the development or implementation of Remedial Action Plans at Great Lakes Areas of Concern (AOCs).
  • Great Lakes Dredging Team

    The Great Lakes Dredging Team (GLDT) provides a forum for the exchange of information regarding best practices, lessons learned, innovative solutions, and sustainable approaches to dredging and dredge material management throughout the Great Lakes region.
  • DERP-FUDS (WVOW, PBOW, WVMA)

    Formerly Used Defense Sites A Formerly Used Defense Site (FUDS) is property that was formerly owned, leased, possessed or operated by the Department of Defense. Projects at FUDS are subject to policy and eligibility rules.
  • Huntington District Dam Safety Program

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Huntington District Dam Safety Program Uses a risk-informed approach to manage its portfolio of 44 dams, with public safety the number one priority. The primary authorized purpose for most of these dams is flood control. Other authorized purposes include recreation, water supply, fish and wildlife, navigation, and hydropower. These benefits are critical to watershed management and integral to many communities.
  • Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

    Through the GLRI, the Army Corps plans, designs, and constructs restoration projects in collaboration with states and other non-federal partners.
  • Contracting

    The Contracting Division procures and administers all commodity, service, construction and Architect-Engineer requirements for the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division.
  • Muskingum Watershed History

    Section 106Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act requires Federal agencies to take into account the effects of Federal, Federally assisted, or Federally permitted undertakings on historic properties listed in, or eligible for, the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) assists the
  • Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA)

    As a small business contractor, if you feel you have been unfairly treated, read and follow the steps below regarding regulatory enforcement fairness.
  • Construction Quality Management

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) requires all contractors performing construction for them to comply with the Contractor Quality Control (CQC), provisions in their contracts.