US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

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  • September

    A single day of volunteering makes a giant difference

    Day in and day out, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District works to ensure that visitors to our Corps parks and lakes are able to enjoy nature at its best. That means a year-round effort by park rangers and staff to keep these lakes, rivers, recreation areas and campsites free of trash and in working order. Once a year, however, many visitors return to our parks, and some come for the first time, to lend a helping hand in the ongoing effort to maintain public lands.
  • April

    Rain dampens event, but families still enjoy Kids Fishing Day

    Despite the ‘pineapple express’ that brought widespread rain across much of the state, over 30 children and their families participated in the annual Kids Fishing Day event held at Eastman Lake on April 7.
  • March

    There’s more to this annual event than hooking a fish

        Make plans now to attend Kid's   Fishing Day 2018!Have you ever wanted to attend an event, but
  • September

    Corps parks seek volunteers for National Public Lands Day

    Interested in doing a day of volunteering to help maintain and clean-up the Sacramento District’s Parks? Plan for it now, because National Public Lands Day is coming up on Saturday, Sept. 30.
  • December

    Employee Spotlight: Park Ranger Kenneth Myers

    Ken Myers is a 45-year-old Corps of Engineers Sacramento District ranger for Hensley Lake and has worked for the Corps for four years. He has also worked at H.V. Eastman Lake. Along with those mentioned, Myers’ other duties include being a Certified Playground Safety Inspector, Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle operator and SPK Water Safety Committee member. He is a former U.S. Army Military Police and a Disabled Veteran.