U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District Videos

Video by Brannen Parrish
Corpstruction - FEMA Region 7 Help in the Heartland
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District
April 17, 2024 | 17:18
When the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers engages for disaster response missions, they do so under a tasking from the Federal Emergency Management Agency outlined by the National Response Framework.

Michael Cappannari, director, External Affairs for FEMA Region 7 in Kansas City, spoke with Corpstruction about the communication effort between FEMA, federal, state and tribal agencies during disaster responses. Region 7 covers Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri.
Tulsa District, works with both FEMA Region 7, and FEMA Region 6, which covers Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas to coordinate emergency response activities.
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 San Francisco Waterfront Coastal Flood Study, CA

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), in collaboration with the Port of San Francisco and the City of San Francisco, has reached an important milestone in the San Francisco Waterfront Coastal Flood Study (Flood Study) - the release of the Draft Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement (Draft Report and EIS).

The following Draft Report and EIS documents are available for download and review:

San Francisco Waterfront Coastal Flood Study Draft Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Impact Statement

Appendix A: Plan Formulation

Appendix B: Engineering Appendix

Sub-Appendix B.1: Hydrology, Hydraulics and Coastal

Attachment B.1.1: Coastal Extreme Water Levels and High Tide Flooding

Attachment B.1.2 (Part 1): Future Without Project and Future With Project Maps

Attachment B.1.2 (Part 2): Future Without Project and Future With Project 2040 Only Maps

Attachment B.1.2 (Part 3): Total Net Benefits Plan Maps

Attachment B.1.2 (Part 4): Total Net Benefits Plan Decadal Maps

Attachment B.1.3: Wave Overtopping Sensitivity Assessment

Attachment B.1.4: Hydrology and Hydraulics Interior Drainage Analysis

Attachment B.1.5: Shallow Groundwater

Sub-Appendix B.2: Coastal Life-Safety

Sub-Appendix B.3: Earthquake Life-Safety and Resilience

Sub-Appendix B.4: Array of Alternatives (B-G) Plan View Figures

Sub-Appendix B.5: Total Net Benefits Plan (TNBP) and Independent Measures for Consideration Plan View Figures

Appendix C: Cost Engineering

Appendix D: Environmental and Cultural Resources

Appendix E: Economic and Social Considerations

Appendix F: Real Estate Plan

Appendix G: Monitoring and Adaptation Plan

Appendix H: Public Involvement

Appendix I: Engineering with Nature

Appendix J: Climate

Appendix K: Mitigation

The public is invited to submit comments on the Flood Study Draft Report and EIS between Friday, February 26 and Friday, March 29, 2024, when the comment period will close.

Comments are being accepted through any of the following ways:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

Tulsa District


2488 E 81st St.

Tulsa, OK 74137

  • In-person at the public meetings: Comment cards will be available, as well as a station to record verbal comments


Four public meetings will be held in the San Francisco area:

Mission Bay/Mission Creek

February 26, 2024


Atwater Tavern (upstairs)

295 Terry A. Francois Blvd.

San Francisco, CA 94158



Islais Creek/Bayview

February 27, 2024


Southeast Community Center

1550 Evans Ave.

San Francisco, CA 94124

Fisherman’s Wharf

February 28, 2024





February 29, 2024



Pier 15 Embarcadero at, Green St.

San Francisco, CA 94111

To learn more about the Flood Study and explore the Tentatively Selected Plan (also referred to as the Draft Plan), visit our interactive StoryMap