• Section 408 - Louisville District

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Section 408 policy, EC 1165-2-220 effective September 10, 2018, sets forth the process and criteria USACE uses to review requests to alter USACE Civil Works projects which include dams, hydropower, levees systems and navigational channels. Communities may want to alter existing USACE projects to increase recreational opportunities or improve flood risk management. Section 408 also applies if a business or utility company seeks to run power lines or pipelines over or through a USACE project. The purpose of a Section 408 review is to ensure that the Congressionally-authorized benefits of a USACE project are not undermined by an alteration made by others, and to ensure the alteration is not injurious to the public.
  • Regulatory Program - Virginia

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for Virginia.
  • Regulatory Program - Mississippi

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for Mississippi.
  • Regulatory Program - Alabama

    Regulatory permits and programs specific for Alabama.
  • 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.

    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.