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Memphis District Mission
The Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides flood control, navigation, environmental stewardship, emergency operations, other authorized civil works and work for others to benefit the region and the nation.
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Memphis District Customers
We cover a 25,000 square mile area of the Mississippi River. We serve customers in portions of Tenn., Miss., Ark., Mo., Ill., and Ky. Our customers also include 100 flood control districts, water resource and wildlife agencies from six states, four Port Commissions, the Lower Mississippi Valley Flood Control Association as well as eight Congressional Districts and 12 Senators.

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Latest Stories

USACE Dive Team on a mission to protect federally threatened mussel

On May 23, four members of the USACE Memphis District Dive Team set-off on a mission to help ensure
Published: 7/7/2016

Memphis Reachback Engineering: Helping to Combat Afghan Insurgency

Six members of the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Memphis District are helping the Afghan
Published: 7/6/2016

Working to improve centuries old acequias for New Mexico community

Engineers Mike Clay and Josh Giannini, members of the USACE Memphis District’s Design Branch, are
Published: 7/6/2016

Hydraulics and Hydrology takes on new gage site at Mhoon Landing

The Hydraulics and Hydrology Branch is currently working on a project to construct a new Mississippi
Published: 7/5/2016

Latest News Releases

Corps of Engineers to hold Change of Command ceremony

MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 6, 2016 – The Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will hold a
Published: 7/6/2016

Corps of Engineers, West Tennessee River Basin Authority releases Cypress Creek Study

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 20, 2016 – In partnership with the West Tennessee River Basin Authority, the Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) today issued a notice of availability of the draft Cypress Creek Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study With Integrated Environmental Assessment. USACE is now soliciting comments and information to improve this report, and inform decision-makers regarding public opinions and local issues.
Published: 1/20/2016