US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

image - construction at Folsom Dam
  • November

    Mommy works in the castle

    Anyone who gets email in the Sacramento District should recognize the name Bonny Croco. Anytime there is a problem with the Corps’ financial management system, CEFMS, Croco is the first to sound an email alert. She’s also the go-to resource for folks trying to learn the ins and outs of CEFMS.
  • October

    The amazing power of fourth grade: FREE parks passes

    Fourth-graders can have FREE access to all federal parks and lands for one year
  • Land surveying or reality modeling?

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District land surveying specialists are using modern technology fused together through some very creative “MacGyver-ing” to cut labor costs, improve data quality for numerous engineering disciplines, access otherwise impossible spots and keep surveyors safe from entering potentially dangerous locations.
  • September

    Corps helps return Native American remains

    A team of experts from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently helped return the remains of two children to their Northern Arapaho tribe. The children had died at Carlisle Indian industrial School in the 1880s and were buried in a cemetery on what is now Carlisle Barracks, in Pennsylvania.
  • Sacramento District helps develop efficient regional-based permitting for the future

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District regulatory team has worked with civic leaders, federal and state agencies, and conservationists to help shape development and ecosystem preservation for perhaps the next 50 years in a huge piece of California’s Central Valley.