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Brig. Gen. David C. Hill is the commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division.
Flood or Drought: Army Corps of Engineers is there
Brig. Gen. David C. Hill is the commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Division.
The Flood Status Update for the Tulsa District is available.
GET THE LATEST FLOOD STATUS UPDATE
The Flood Status Update for the Tulsa District is available.
Recent rain events has caused the closure of some campsites and boat ramps at Tulsa District lakes and reservoirs.
Tulsa District Park and Campground Status
Recent rain events has caused the closure of some campsites and boat ramps at Tulsa District lakes and reservoirs.
Col. Richard A. Pratt, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, commander (center), Mike Abate, with the District's Civil Works Branch (far left) and members of the Eufaula Lake Dam operations and maintenance team, observe water spiraling down through one of the dam's Tainter gates, as the amount of water being released through the gates was increased from 48,000 to 62,000 cubic feet per second, May 18, 2015.
Corps fights flooding in Oklahoma, Texas
Col. Richard A. Pratt, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, commander (center), Mike Abate, with the District's Civil Works Branch (far left) and members of the Eufaula Lake Dam operations and maintenance team, observe water spiraling down through one of the dam's Tainter gates, as the amount of water being released through the gates was increased from 48,000 to 62,000 cubic feet per second, May 18, 2015.
Heath Underwood, Wagoner County Emergency Manager, counts pallets of sandbags waiting to be shipped by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to communities around the state. Wagoner was designated as the distribution point for sandbag filling.
Corps sandbag filler saves labor, helps communities in need
Heath Underwood, Wagoner County Emergency Manager, counts pallets of sandbags waiting to be shipped by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation to communities around the state. Wagoner was designated as the distribution point for sandbag filling.
A Corps of Engineers maintenance worker uses an arc welder to weld new stainless steel piping at Chouteau Lock and Dam 17. Workers replaced more than 1700 feet of carbon steel piping with stainless steel pipe. Stainless steel is stronger and corrosion resistant.
Corps maintenance crews improve McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System
A Corps of Engineers maintenance worker uses an arc welder to weld new stainless steel piping at Chouteau Lock and Dam 17. Workers replaced more than 1700 feet of carbon steel piping with stainless steel pipe. Stainless steel is stronger and corrosion resistant.

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Flood or Drought: Army Corps of Engineers is there

7/2/2015
Remember the drought?  What a difference a year can make. I arrived at the U.S. Army Corps of

Tulsa District Flood Status Update

6/22/2015
Here is the current information about the status of Tulsa District projects above 25 percent of flood pool or forecast to rise above 25 percent full.

Corps sandbag filler saves labor, helps communities in need

6/2/2015
TULSA – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been using and providing communities with sandbags for

Reservations cancelled for six Tenkiller Campgrounds

5/25/2015
TULSA - The Lake Tenkiller Project Office of the Tulsa District U. S. Army Corps of Engineers

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An informal open house workshop related to the review and revision of the project master plan was held from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., April 15, 2014, at the City of Wagoner Civic Center.  For more information see the related story in our News Releases under the Media tab at the top.
To view the current land classification CLICK HERE

R. S. Kerr Draft Master Plan and Environmental Assessment - This is the draft of the master plan for Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam and reservoir. The Master Plan outlines the strategic land use document for management of natural, cultural and recreational resources for the life of a project.

R. S. Kerr Transmittal Letter - This is the signed letter from the District Engineer announcing the review of the Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam and Reservoir Master Plan.

An informal open house workshop related to the reveiw and revision of the project master plan was held from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., April 17, 2014 at the Gore Gymnasium.  For more information see the related story in our News Releases under the Media tab at the top.
To view the current land classification CLICK HERE

TO INTERESTED PARTIES: The Tulsa District and the Regional Planning and Environmental Center (RPEC) have revised the 1978 Tenkiller Ferry Lake master Plan and have assessed the environmental impacts of this Master Plan revision. The Master Plan is the strategic land use management document that guides the comprehensive management and development of all project recreational, natural, and cultural rresources throughout the life of the water resources project. The Master Plan guides the efficient and cost-effective comprehensive management and development of all project recreational, natural and cultural resources throughout the life of the Corps project.

Draft Master Plan Tenkiller Ferry Lake with Cover Letter

Appendix A Part 1 - Index to Drawings

Appendix A Part 2 - Restricted Zone Drawing

Appendix A Part 3 - Land Classification Drawing

Appendix A Part 4 - Recreation Maps

Appendix B Draft Environmental Assessment For The Tenkiller Ferry Lake Master Plan Revision

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