US Army Corps of Engineers
Sacramento District

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Reducing flood risk in Sacramento

Greater Sacramento, California, is among the most at-risk regions in America for catastrophic flooding, relying on an aging system of levees, weirs and bypasses and Folsom Dam to reduce its flood risk. But that system, just like a chain, is only as strong as its weakest link. Together, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, California’s Central Valley Flood Protection Board, California Department of Water Resources, and the Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency are working to modernize this system through a variety of levee improvement projects and widening the Sacramento Weir and Bypass to increase the resiliency and flexibility of the system.

Current Common Features Report

ARCF 16 Beach Stone Lakes Mitigation Site Final Supplemental EA/IS - June 2019
Main Report

ARCF 16 Beach Stone Lakes Mitigation Site Draft Supplemental EA/IS - Mar 2019
Main Report

ARCF 16 Reach D Contract 1 Final EA/IS - Mar 2019
Notice of Availability
Main Report

ARCF Draft Chief's Report - Jan 2016
To All Interested Parties Letter
Chief's Report

ARCF Final General Reevaluation Report - Jan 2016
Main Report
Appendices

ARCF Final EIS-EIR - Jan 2016
Main Report
Appendices

Contact Information

 

For more information on
Sacramento area levees,
please contact us at the following:

Phone:
916-557-5100

E-mail:
spk-pao@usace.army.mil

Mailing Address:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Sacramento District
1325 J Street, Room 1513
Sacramento, CA 95814