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A team completes installation of a prototype smolt slide in April. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials continually look for ways to help salmon traverse the 100-year-old Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.
Chittenden Locks help juvenile salmon on journey to Puget Sound
5/19/2017 1:21:00 PM
Rainbow over the waves at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Feb. 9, 2017. Chittenden Locks was completed in 1917 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers connecting the waters of Lake Washington, Lake Union, and Salmon Bay to the tidal waters of Puget Sound.
Rainbow over the waves
3/16/2017 2:20:00 PM
Seattle District Commander Col. John Buck participates in a town hall on disaster preparedness Oct. 4 at Thomas Jefferson High School in Auburn, Washingt‎on.

King County Emergency Management Deputy Director Jody Miller also participated and King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer hosted the event. ‎The public meeting provided an opportunity to remind citizens the importance of emergency and disaster preparedness.
Commander participates in disaster preparedness townhall
10/11/2016 5:27:00 PM
Washington state’s first joint wetland and fish habitat bank was signed into operation May 5 by the Seattle District and Washington State Department of Ecology. This landmark event certifies that the 302-acre mitigation bank along the Coweeman River will now protect wetland functions and create salmon habitat.
Seattle District and Ecology certify Coweeman mitigation bank
5/6/2016 1:24:00 PM
When completed by Seattle District next year the new Waste Water Treatment Plant at JBLM will offer new technology and meet sustainability goals the old one couldn’t.  It’s designed to support a future 2030 population of 100,000 people at JBLM, Camp Murray and American Lake with a peak water flow of 12 million gallons per day.
Waste Water Treatment Plant at JBLM
9/9/2015 1:48:00 PM
Levee rehabilitation work on the Carbon River near Orting, Washington
Levee rehabilitation work on the Carbon River near Orting, Washington
9/4/2015 3:11:00 PM
The Qwuloolt Estuary Restoration Project is a major project to restore critical estuary habitat along the Snohomish River led by the Army Corps and Tulalip Tribes of Washington. It will restore tidal access to about 360 acres of historic floodplain. Restoring tidal processes to what became fallow pasturelands will improve local streams and wetland for fish such as endangered Chinook salmon, bull trout and steelhead.
Qwuloolt Restoration project levee breach
9/4/2015 2:35:00 PM
Colonel John G. Buck, Seattle District Commander
Colonel John G. Buck
5/1/2015 4:20:00 PM
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