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55-Foot Target Depth Approved

Final Federal Review Delivered to Congress
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After Florence rainfall, USACE cancels Gathright Dam pulse release


121205-A-ET072-063 After evaluating the high water flows experienced on the Jackson River during Tropical Storm Florence earlier this week, District water managers made the decision to cancel the pulse release scheduled for Sept. 26 at Gathright Dam.

Portsmouth, Corps to spray for mosquitoes at Craney Island


Aerial Spraying The Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the City of Portsmouth, Virginia, will conduct joint aerial mosquito spraying Thursday September 20th 2018, over federal properties on Craney Island, adjacent city properties, and the Churchland area in Portsmouth.

District employees ready for Florence


Employees at the Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, joined millions along the East Coast this week as they prepared for the arrival of Hurricane Florence.

Hurricane Florence: District Status & Evacuations


District issues guidance for Zone A employee evacuations and reporting instructions for Tuesday, Sept. 11.
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RT @USACEHQ: Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, USACE Commanding General and 54th @USArmy Chief of Engineers, and USACE Command Sgt. Maj. Brad Houston…
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RT @VDEM: Want to volunteer or donate to help with Hurricane Florence relief? Visit https://t.co/nH6ovrIAiD to find out the best ways to ge…
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RT @USACEHQ: After rainfall from Tropical Depression Gordon had already inundated Foster Joseph Sayers Lake and Tropical Depression #Floren
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After Florence rainfall, we've canceled the Gathright Dam pulse release scheduled for Sept. 26. #CovingtonVA #USACEhttps://t.co/sQWhy2fByE
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REMINDER: Mosquito spraying scheduled for today from 3-10pm Craney Island/Churchland areas of @cityofPortsVA https://t.co/MiagVgDiM6
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OPEN: The North Landing Bridge, at mile marker 20.2 on the Atlantic #intracoastalwaterway reopened to navigation at… https://t.co/BxdL8QLCpV
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Good morning! The pool elevation at Lake Moomaw, near #CovingtonVA, is 1582.8 feet today and the release rate at Ga… https://t.co/VrDnNmpq8p
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RT @USACEHQ: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (#USACE) announced today the publishing of the online Trafficability Inundation Mapping Tool…
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RT @USACEHQ: Corps contractors install temporary power at what will soon become shelter sites in Morehead City and Beaufort, NC, Sept. 17,…
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