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Public comment period on draft Alki Coastal Erosion Control Project open until Dec. 31

12/19/2014
SEATTLE – The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, has partnered with the Seattle Parks

Corps of Engineers wrapping up flood protection work

12/11/2014
Army Corps of Engineers teams are completing flood protection measures in the Skagit River basin and on the Olympic Peninsula. One team is assisting the Quileute Tribe at La Push, Wash., to place of as much as 500 tons of large rock at a jetty at risk of breaching and flooding the community. Another Corps team is completing work for Skagit River basin Diking Districts 1 and 17 to repair eroded areas.

Corps of Engineers assisting with flood protection work

12/10/2014
Army Corps of Engineers teams are supporting local communities with assistance and assessing flood protection measures in the Skagit and Nooksack River basins and on the Olympic Peninsula. Tuesday morning’s storm surge eroded 200 feet of the Hoh River coastal revetment. Overnight, a Corps team oversaw construction also providing equipment and rock to shore up the eroded area. The Corps’ Seattle District emergency operations center and reservoir control center remain in 24-hour-a-day operation to manage high inflows in the north cascades and Olympics.

Corps of Engineers assisting with flood protection assessments

12/9/2014
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, put its Emergency Operations center into operation Dec. 8 and has sent teams to assess flood protection measures in the Skagit and Nooksack River basins and on the Olympic Peninsula. The Corps’ reservoir control center is also in 24-hour-a-day operation to manage anticipated high inflows in the north cascades and Olympics.

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