Work will resume along Garden Highway in Natomas after record precipitation in the Sacramento area. Crews are on site at Reach B to drain excess water and clean-up the project areas so construction can continue.
It’s easier than ever to see how much water these storms have added to our reservoirs. The new water control data system main page gives you access to current reservoir levels, flood control space, historic water data, and more for USACE Sacramento District reservoirs and Section 7 projects.
The saw-toothed Labyrinth Weir is more than 75% complete, with the new emergency spillway about 65% complete. The Main Dam is about 40% done and the Auxiliary Dam is nearing 90%. All Phase II construction is expected to be finished next year!
Work continues on the Veterans Affairs Stockton Community Based Outpatient Clinic Project in Stockton, CA. This project has persisted through a pandemic, heavy wildfire smoke, and other adverse conditions. It is scheduled for completion in late 2022.
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