Corps Messages Archive

  • Portland District employees from Portland District’s Dam Safety Section and Willamette Valley Project are meeting in December with Lane County public safety managers and the general public to explain the Corps’ new inundation maps. These maps were developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Modeling, Mapping and Consequence Center […]

    Corps message: Lane county inundation maps

    Portland District employees from Portland District’s Dam Safety Section and Willamette Valley Project are meeting in December with Lane County public safety managers and the general public to explain the Corps’ new inundation maps. These maps were developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Modeling, Mapping and Consequence Center […]

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  • Where are we in the review process? We are continuing our environmental assessment of permitting the Coyote Island Terminal shipping terminal project at the Port of Morrow near Boardman, Ore. As we consider direct, indirect and cumulative effects, we may determine that some are likely to have a significant impact […]

    Corps Message: Coyote Island Terminal regulatory permit application review

    Where are we in the review process? We are continuing our environmental assessment of permitting the Coyote Island Terminal shipping terminal project at the Port of Morrow near Boardman, Ore. As we consider direct, indirect and cumulative effects, we may determine that some are likely to have a significant impact […]

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  • We made every effort to refill our 13 Willamette Valley Project reservoirs for the summer water conservation season, but water levels are unlikely to rise without significant additional rain. We began refill of our reservoirs in February, but the Willamette Basin’s total precipitation for February and March 2013 was only […]

    Corps Message: Willamette River Basin 2013 refill season

    We made every effort to refill our 13 Willamette Valley Project reservoirs for the summer water conservation season, but water levels are unlikely to rise without significant additional rain. We began refill of our reservoirs in February, but the Willamette Basin’s total precipitation for February and March 2013 was only […]

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