US Army Corps of Engineers
Tulsa District Website

Tulsa News from DVIDS

  1. Tulsa leads USACE Multi-District Innovations Workshop

    37 representatives from 15 districts and seven USACE divisions collaborated virtually during an Innovations Team workshop The teams are working on twelve pilot programs Innovations Teams work to streamline processes to improve business practices
    1/14/2021
  2. Tulsa leads USACE Multi-District Innovations Workshop

    Tulsa District held led a multi-district workshop for innovations teams throughout the Corps of Engineers, Jan. 12-14. Teams from 15 districts and seven USACE divisions collaborated virtually to work on ways to improve business processes.
    1/14/2021
  3. Tulsa District Management staff visits MILCON projects

    Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander Col. Scott Preston and Chief of Engineering and Construction Division, Kathryn White met with employees and contractors on many of Tulsa District’s military construction projects at military bases within the district during the week of Dec. 14.
    12/30/2020
  4. Tulsa District Management visits MILCON projects [Image 3 of 3]

    Tulsa District Commander, Col. Scott Preston and Chief of Engineering and Construction Kathyn White inspect materials at a construction project during a recent trip to Altus Airforce Base.
    12/30/2020
  5. Tulsa District Management visits MILCON projects [Image 2 of 3]

    Col. David Vanderbur, 97th Mission Support Group Commander, Construction Manager / Quality Assurance Rep Bruce White, Lieutenant Colonel Steven Thomas, 97th Civil Engineer Squadron Commander and Tulsa District Commander Scott Preston discuss progress on a project at Altus Airforce Base during a recent visit.
    12/30/2020
  6. Tulsa District Management visits MILCON projects [Image 1 of 3]

    Engineering Technician Joseph Mercano gives information regarding a project to Area Engineer RIck West and Tulsa District Commander Col. Scott Preston during a recent visit to Fort Sill.
    12/30/2020
  7. Tulsa District Snapshot

    A quick video glimpse at some of the missions performed by the Tulsa District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    12/15/2020
  8. Tulsa District generator rotor removal

    In this time-lapse video, our engineers and expert technicians at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District Keystone Powerhouse recently removed a 179 ton rotor from one of the units to perform needed repairs. Tulsa District operates eight hydropower facilities in the region. These plants benefit approximately 2 million end users throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Louisiana.
    12/15/2020
  9. Tulsa District surveys endangered species_BRoll

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within the district’s boundaries. The district conducts these surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species.
    12/14/2020
  10. Corps seeks public comment for Lake Texoma Shoreline Management Plan revision

    The 30 day comment period for the Lake Texoma Shoreline Management Plan revision begins Dec. 2 and runs to Jan. 2. Documents related to the revision are available at https://www.swt.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/Shoreline-Management-Plans/.
    12/1/2020
  11. Corps finds ‘no significant impact’ for Lake Texoma revised shoreline management plan

    Tulsa District and RPEC of USACE have determined that a proposed shoreline management plan revision for Lake Texoma will have no significant impact to natural resources or habitats The final draft of the shoreline management plan for Lake Texoma will be completed no later than January 2, 2021. The direct link to the FONSI letter is available at the USACE Headquarters Library at https://usace.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/p16021coll7/id/16497
    11/30/2020
  12. Tulsa District surveys endangered species

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within the District’s boundaries. The District conducts these surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species.
    11/30/2020
  13. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 18 of 18]

    An adult Interior Least Tern prepares to land near its nest on a sand bar in the Arkansas River Aug. 6, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  14. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 17 of 18]

    A flock of Interior Least Terns fly from the shoreline on the Arkansas River Aug. 6, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  15. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 16 of 18]

    Tulsa District Biologist Stacy Dunkin communicates with another biologist while counting Interior Least Tern nests on a sand bar in the Arkansas River June 15, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  16. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 15 of 18]

    An Interior Least Tern chick lays huddled next to an unhatched egg on a sand bar in the Arkansas River Aug. 6, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  17. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 14 of 18]

    An Interior Least Tern adult flies down to a chick on a sand bar in the Arkansas River July 7, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  18. Tulsa District surveys endangered species [Image 13 of 18]

    An Interior Least Tern nests on a sand bar in the Arkansas River Aug. 6, 2020. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within their District. The district conducts surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species. (U.S. Army photo by Preston L. Chasteen)
    11/30/2020
  19. Tulsa District surveys endangered species

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District is responsible for monitoring the Interior Least Tern populations on the Arkansas, Canadian and Red Rivers within the district’s boundaries. The district conducts these surveys to ensure compliance with the Biological Opinion they have with US Fish and Wildlife Service pertaining to their reservoir operations and the effect it may have on this endangered species.
    11/30/2020
  20. Oklahoma youth enjoy Pine Creek controlled hunt

    Staff from Tulsa District’s Pine Creek Lake Office held their annual youth deer hunt at Pine Creek Cove recreation area in partnership with Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Nov 13-15.
    11/19/2020
  21. Public Notice Briefing Correction: After action environmental assessment for the Webbers pool and Robert S. Kerr pool emergency dredging and placement

    Corrected Briefing related to a public notice from Operations Division, Tulsa District, USACE.
    11/17/2020
  22. Correction: Public Notice RepCorrection: After action environmental assessment for the Webbers pool and Robert S. Kerr pool emergency dredging and placement

    Information included in the below public notice, which was published Aug 28, included a presentation with incorrect information. The information is in the summary of the article. The video of the presentation was updated and provides corrected information. The public notice remains the same.
    11/17/2020
  23. Chief of Engineering and Construction for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers visits Tinker Air Force Base

    Chief of Engineering and Construction for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Dr. Christine Altendorf visited the KC46-A project complex at Tinker Air Force Base Nov. 2.
    11/5/2020
  24. Tulsa District to review Mayes County right-of-way request for bridge replacement, widening project

    Once received, Tulsa District will review a right-of-way action regarding a bridge project in Mayes County Publication of notice of a project is neither an endorsement nor renunciation of a project To make a public comment on this project contact: Environmental Programs Division Engineer Oklahoma Department of Transportation 200 NE 21st St. Oklahoma City, OK 73105 Environment@ODOT.org
    11/3/2020
  25. Annual Hydropower Meeting Goes Virtual

    Leaders from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District took part in a two-day, virtual meeting with Southwestern Power Administration officials, recently.
    11/2/2020
  26. Border Collie keeps the birds away

    Ellie is a border collie at Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam 15. She keeps birds away from the structure. Birds poop all over the structure causing corrosion and putting the health of humans in danger. Ellie saves thousands in labor costs associated with cleaning the bird feces off the structure.
    9/4/2020
  27. Former Tulsa Area, Stillwater Teacher lends expertise to COE, State, FEMA

    Kim Sorrels spent four years as an advanced math teacher at Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and at Meridian Technology Center in Stillwater before coming to work for the Tulsa District. The structural engineer is part of the front-line effort to assess facilities identified by the State of Oklahoma under a mission assignment from FEMA.
    4/3/2020
  28. Tulsa District conducts assessments for state, FEMA COVID-19 response

    Kimberly Sorrels, an engineer from the Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers checks the foundation and structural characteristics of a site while assessing it for potential conversion into an alternate care facility in Tulsa, March 28. Before coming to work at the Tulsa District in 2019, Sorrels was a calculus teacher, at Broken Arrow High School. In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Corps is supporting the State of Oklahoma under FEMA mission assignment to provide planning and site assessments for Alternate Care Site in Oklahoma. The state will determine sites for assessment and make the determination about which sites are selected. Photo by Brannen Parrish — with Tulsa
    3/30/2020
  29. New mechanical systems to help trout fishery below Tenkiller Dam

    The stream below Tenkiller Dam in Okla. is home to a popular trout fishery; however, during the 2011 drought, low dissolved oxygen levels, and high water temperatures resulted in a fish kill of both trout and other types of fish. As a result of a multi-agency effort, a two-part mechanical solution was developed to prevent further fish kills below the dam.
    6/26/2013

Final Environmental Assessment Jellystone Camp Resort

Published May 31, 2015

The Final Environmental Assessment for the Jellystone Camp Resort™ and Commercial Marina at Salt Creek Cove North Recreation Area - Keystone Lake Mannford, Oklahoma is available to the public. It has been determined from the draft EA that this action will have no significant adverse impacts on the natural or human environment.

 

 


Contact
Mike Zorba
Mike.zorba@cardinalengineers.com
3700 West Robinson Suite 200 Norman, OK 73072

Release no. 150511