US Army Corps of Engineers
Seattle District

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Public Affairs Office

Welcome to the Seattle District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Public Affairs home page. We hope the information you find here about us and what we are doing throughout our region is interesting and informative. If you have questions or comments, please let us know.

The Public Affairs mission is to inform the public, as well as Corps of Engineers employees, contractors, family members and retirees. The Public Affairs staff serves as liaison between the public and subject matter experts in the Corps of Engineers. We answer general public and media inquiries, arrange speaking engagements and exhibits, dispatch news releases and produce a number of publications. Technical questions relating to engineering, construction, permit or environmental restoration specifications are best directed to the technical office of primary responsibility. The professionals of the Corps' Seattle District Public Affairs Office are committed to providing the public open and straight-forward information and are available 24 hours a day for urgent inquiries. Often, the media or members of the public visit the Seattle District Office or Seattle District project sites for a more detailed look at what the Corps does.

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Media Contacts

Public Affairs Office Contact Numbers and Accounts
Regulatory/Wetlands, Grays Harbor, Section 595 Program Idaho and Montana, Alki Seawall, Tacoma Harbor, Congressional Information, Senior Editor
Chief, Public Affairs
(206) 764-3760

Upper Columbia River - Libby Dam, Albeni Falls Dam, Chief Joseph Dam; Levee Safety and Risk Communication; Civil Works – General Investigations: Puyallup, Skokomish, Green-Duwamish; Continuing Authorities Program - Mountlake Terrace; Hazardous Toxic and Radiological Waste cleanup - Superfund and MMRP; Emergency Preparedness and Response
Public Affairs Specialist
(206) 764-6896

Navigation projects, Vessels PUGET and Shoalhunter; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Air Force Bases (Mountain Home, Malmstrom, Fairchild); Levee Rehabilitations, North Cove, Puget Sound Eelgrass Restoration, Dungeness Ecosystem Restoration, Social media oversight, Internet and Intranet content review and oversight, Flagship Editor
Public Affairs Specialist
(206) 764-6958

International & Interagency Support Projects – Elwha Debris Removal; Lake Washington Ship Canal; Howard Hanson Dam; Mud Mountain Dam; Historic Preservation; General Investigations: Puget Sound Nearshore - Duckabush, Puget Sound & Adjacent Waters, Seattle Harbor, Everett Harbor Settling Basin, Neah Bay Channel; Civil Works Public Information Products; Emergency Preparedness
Public Affairs Specialist
(206) 764-3464

Public Affairs Main Phone Line
(206) 764-3750

Speaker Requests
(206) 764-3750