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  • Army Corps of Engineers modifying operations at recreation areas due to Coronavirus

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it has begun the orderly shutdown of all USACE-managed campgrounds to protect against the further spread of coronavirus disease 2019. Visitor centers, beaches, special events, and USACE-sponsored events such as shore sweeps, interpretive programs, Kids to Parks Day, Earth Day events, public meetings and other public gatherings at all USACE-managed sites and facilities have also been closed and/or put on hold until further notice.  
  • Tulsa West Tulsa Levee Feasibility Study

    Tulsa West Tulsa Feasibility Study State and Agency Review Documents.
  • Corps to host public information meetings for Lake Texoma shoreline management plan revision at Pottsboro, Kingston high schools

    Tulsa District, USACE will host public meetings for the Lake Texoma Shoreline Management Plan Revision Jan. 29 and Jan. 30. Meetings will be held in Pottsboro, Texas at Pottsboro High School Jan 29, and at Kingston High School in Kingston, Oklahoma, Jan. 30.
  • NEPA NOTICE: City of Edmond Arcadia Lake Water Treatment Plant Expansion

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is soliciting your comments on the project referenced above. The City of Edmond, Oklahoma, in cooperation with USACE, is preparing an Environmental Assessment, in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, to assess impacts of the proposed WTP expansion project. Please provide any written comments you may have to Dr. David Gade, Limnologist, Environmental Branch, Regional Planning and Environmental Center, by mail to the address listed in the release.
  • Army Corps of Engineers waives fees on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 28

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will waive day use fees for boat ramps and swim beaches at recreation areas nationwide. All Tulsa District projects with day use fees and swim beaches are participating provided the projects are open. This waiver does not apply to camping or camping-related services. Concessionaires who lease Corps property are encouraged but not required to participate.
  • Notice of Availability: Draft Feasibility Report with integrated Environmental Assessment for the Tulsa AND West-Tulsa Levees Feasibility Study, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

    Notice that Draft Tulsa West Tulsa Levee Feasibility Study and Environmental Assessment will be available on the Tulsa District Website on Sept. 16, 2019. Draft Report is available online at https://www.swt.usace.army.mil/Portals/41/Draft%20Tulsa%20West%20Tulsa%20Levee%20Feasibility%20Study%20and%20Environmental%20Assessment.pdf
  • Preston takes command of Tulsa District

    The Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomed a new commander during a change of command ceremony presided over by the Southwestern Division Commander, today.Brigadier Gen. Paul Owen, Southwestern Division Commander, received the USACE flag from the outgoing commander, Col. Chistopher A. Hussin and passed it to Col. Scott Preston during
  • Tulsa District Activates Emergency Operations Center

    Tulsa District activated its emergency operations center on May 9. The EOC is significant because it allows the Corps of Engineers to provide support directly to state emergency operations centers.
  • Corps to Hold Public Workshop for Tulsa West Tulsa Levee Feasibility Study

    Public Workshop for Tulsa West Tulsa Levee System Feasibility Study at Case Community Center in Sand Springs, Oklahoma 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Representatives from Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Tulsa County Levee Drainage District 12 will be present to answer questions. No formal presentation, open house format to allow the public to ask and submit questions at each station.
  • Corps Hosts Public Workshop for Keystone Dam Safety Modification Study

    This is a public workshop for the Keystone Dam Safety Modification Study. The study will look at potential options to protect the dam from overtopping a statistically remote flood event. This public workshop is not formal. People can come and go as they please. The Corps will have representatives available to answer questions.