Army Corps of Engineers repairing Union Slough Levee

Published Sept. 15, 2016

EVERETT, Washington.– The Union Slough Levee near Everett, Washington, is getting repairs starting the week of September 19, 2016 when U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ officials begin restoring approximately 600 feet of damage along the Snohomish River.  The project will cost approximately $265,000.

The Union Slough Levee is approximately 41,000 feet long and protects much of Smith Island near the City of Everett including the City’s Water Pollution Control Facility, more than a dozen local businesses, a marina and communication cables. 

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Release no. 16-032