Sacramento District News Releases

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Archive: March, 2014
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  • Corps completes Monterey groundwater cleanup project ahead of schedule

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District has completed an $18 million groundwater cleanup and environmental restoration project at the former Naval Auxiliary Air Station in Monterey, about 15 years and $4.5 million ahead of schedule.
  • Corps seeks marina operator at Success Lake

    Revitalized water recreation at Success Lake is another step closer as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District advertises the availability of a lease for a commercial marina at the popular reservoir near Porterville.
  • Corps issues first High Speed Rail permit

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District has issued the first Clean Water Act Section 404 permit for the California High-Speed Rail project -- specifically targeting 21 miles of the route from south of the Fresno River to the Fresno station site.
  • Knights Ferry celebrates historic bridge, remembers the civil war

    History buffs are invited to gather March 22 for a double-header at the district’s Stanislaus River Parks in Knights Ferry. Celebrate National Historic Landmark status for our 330-foot-long covered bridge and also enjoy a civil war re-enactment!
  • Corps to host public meetings for Isabella Lake Dam project real estate actions

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District will host two public information meetings March 26-27 to help inform local property owners and interested members of the public about the Isabella Lake Dam Safety Modification Project’s real estate acquisition and relocation assistance benefits process.
  • Some Black Butte Lake boat ramps re-open following recent rain

    Boaters have regained use of more launching ramps at Black Butte Lake, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District facility near Orland, following recent rainfall.
  • $150 million on the way for Army Corps projects in Central Valley

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers appropriations for fiscal year 2014 provide more than $150 million for Sacramento District flood risk reduction and ecosystem restoration work in California. The appropriations fund projects through September 2014, the end of the federal fiscal year.