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  • Marysville Ring Levee Phase 2AS construction begins

    Marysville, California – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District recently began
  • Corps to discuss next phases of Marysville Ring Levee project at public meeting

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District will host a public meeting April 10 in Marysville to discuss construction plans for Phases 2B and 3 of the Marysville Ring Levee project.
  • Sacramento District projects get $2.1 billion in supplemental appropriation

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced supplemental funding July 5 for five Sacramento District projects, totaling an investment of more than $2.1 billion in flood risk management efforts.
  • Public meeting set regarding Marysville Ring Levee 2019 construction

    A public meeting regarding refined construction plans for Phases 2A South and 2C for the Marysville Ring Levee project will be held Feb. 28 at 4 p.m. in the Yuba County Government Center, located at 915 8th Street in Marysville.
  • President’s FY19 budget allocates more than $200 million for Sacramento District projects

    Continued construction of safety improvements at Isabella Dam near Bakersfield leads U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District projects listed in the President’s budget unveiled Feb. 12 for Fiscal Year 2019 funding.
  • Construction continues on Marysville Ring Levee

    Construction of a small but necessary section of the Marysville Ring Levee is underway and should be completed by mid-August 2017, maintaining momentum on the project to lessen flood risk in the northern California town of Marysville. The current construction was funded at approximately $825,000 and the site is located in the center of a railway intersection known as Binney Junction, adjacent to the Catholic Cemetery of Marysville.
  • Natomas basin construction highlights nearly $200 million for Sacramento District projects

    Funding to begin construction in the Natomas basin leads the list of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District projects receiving funds for fiscal year 2016. Nearly $200 million is included for 16 flood risk reduction and ecosystem restoration projects.
  • Stimulus-funded Marysville Ring Levee phase one completed

    Phase one of the Stimulus-funded Marysville Ring Levee Project has been completed. The project is a partnership between the Sacramento District, the Central Valley Flood Protection Board and Marysville Levee District.
  • 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.
  • Work doubles on Marysville Ring Levee Project

    MARYSVILLE, Calif. -- Two giant, ultra-modern geotechnical construction rigs work side by side here, implanting a deep-soil-mixed cutoff wall backbone into a section of the Marysville Ring Levee near the town’s high school, as crews begin extended shifts to meet essential weather and endangered species deadlines.