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  • Corps releases inspection rating for Brannan-Andrus levee

    Inspections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District rated maintenance of the Brannan-Andrus levee system near Isleton, Calif., as unacceptable.
  • Corps releases inspection ratings for Butte Creek levees

    Inspections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District rated maintenance of two levee systems along Butte Creek south of Chico, Calif., unacceptable.
  • Corps releases inspection ratings for Yuba County levees

    Inspections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District rated a rural Yuba County levee system as unacceptable and gave a minimally acceptable rating to the urban levee system near Linda and Olivehurst, Calif.
  • Corps upgrades maintenance ratings for 7 Stockton-area levee systems

    Seven Stockton-area levee systems previously rated unacceptable in levee inspections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have regained eligibility for federal rehabilitation assistance after San Joaquin County made repairs that improved their maintenance ratings.
  • Marysville Ring Levee phase one wrapping up

    After two full years of construction, phase one of the Marysville Ring Levee Project has drawn to a close with 4,600 linear feet of deep-soil-mixed cutoff wall installed – the first milestone in a four-phase project to reduce Marysville’s flood risk. “All major structural improvements for this stretch of levee are complete,” said Mark Ellis, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District project manager.
  • Chico, Gerber-area levees don’t meet Corps maintenance standards

    Inspections by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District found that 33 miles of levees near Chico and Gerber do not meet Corps operation and maintenance standards.
  • 17 Central Valley levee systems lose eligibility for federal rehab assistance

    A total of 17 levee systems in or near Sacramento, Stockton, Chester, and Knights Landing and Gustine are now ineligible for federal rehabilitation assistance after a temporary agreement between the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the state of California extending eligibility for deficient levees expired in June.