a. Oklahoma: Arcadia, Birch Lake, Broken Bow, Canton, Copan, Eufaula, Fort Gibson, Fort Supply, Great Salt Plains, Heyburn, Hugo, Hulah, Kaw, Keystone, Oologah, Optima, Pine Creek, Sardis, Skiatook, Tenkiller, Waurika, and Wister lakes.
b. Texas: Lake Texoma, Pat Mayse Lake, and the Red River Chloride Control (Truscott).
c. Kansas: Council Grove, El Dorado, Elk City, Fall River, John Redmond, Marion, Pearson-Skubitz Big Hill, and Toronto lakes.
d. Navigation: McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System: Chouteau Lock and Dam, Newt Graham Lock and Dam, Robert S. Kerr Lock and Dam, W.D. Mayo Lock and Dam, and Webbers Falls Lock and Dam.
e. Local Flood Control Projects, Levee, Dikes, and Bank Protection projects (local or other agency managed): There are numerous local Flood Control projects throughout the Tulsa District that are federally funded flood control projects. These include federally authorized levee systems, but operated, maintained, repaired, and rehabilitated by the local levee system sponsor.