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  • April

    Natomas levee improvements hit high gear

    With the Sacramento River to its west, and the American River to the south, the Natomas Basin sits at the confluence of two major waterways. Streams, creeks and tributaries mark the northern and eastern boundary. Water surrounds the basin’s perimeter. Levees help keep flowing waters in their channels and out of growing neighborhoods, where approximately 100,000 people live, but a breach to any section of the 42 miles of levee surrounding Natomas could be catastrophic.
  • July

    Sacramento District’s Hamilton City project combines flood management with ecosystem restoration

    The Hamilton City Flood Damage Reduction and Ecosystem Restoration project is the first of its kind
  • September

    7 things you need to know about Natomas

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will complete improvements to the remaining 24 of 42 miles of levees surrounding the Natomas basin near Sacramento, Calif., one the most at-risk regions in the nation for catastrophic flooding.