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IN THE PHOTO, the St. Johns Levee and Drainage District Setback Levee slide scheduled to be repaired.
IN THE PHOTOS, the PAS team meets with MRPP representatives on June 18 at MLK Riverside Park to discuss the scope of work for a Master Plan Study to improve the park.
IN THE PHOTO, bordered in red, clockwise from top left, are PDT members Daniel Bowling, Ashely Evans, Milton Beverly, and Cody Isbell; and the surrounding pictures are from the June 11 project site showing.
IN THE PHOTOS taken during the pre-final inspection, are various components of the Widened Canal project, which include the inlet structure, storage reservoir, outlet structure, and outlet control gates.
IN THE PHOTO, USACE Vicksburg District's Mat Sinking Unit performing revetment work at Mississippi River mile marker 632 near Fair Landing, Arkansas, 30 miles south of Helena, Arkansas.
IN THE PHOTO, shows some 2019 flood fight activity, including placement of sandbags as an interim measure to sure-up the integrity of the levee.


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The Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has served the citizens of the Mid-South region since 1882. The annual mission of its employees is to minimize flood risk, keep America’s most vital inland navigation highway – the Mississippi River – open for navigation and to preserve our environment for future generations.



Providing solutions worldwide
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ vision is, “Engineering solutions for our Nation’s toughest challenges.” Not only does this vision relate to challenges here in the United States, but it applies to...
Slide repairs contracted in four states
The Memphis District's Caruthersville Area Office team successfully held a virtual preconstruction conference to discuss contracts awarded for future levee slide repairs in Arkansas, Missouri,...
District holds virtual preconstruction conference for West Basin Scour repairs
Learning to love virtual meetings and conferences in the age of COVID-19 is a challenge that takes adaptability, professionalism, and a keen focus on the task at hand. That’s what the Caruthersville...
District partners with MRPP to improve MLK Riverside Park
Partnership has long been a driving principle for the Memphis District as we strive to best serve our region and the nation. And we are always looking for new partners and ways to strengthen existing...
Grand Prairie Widened Canal Project pre-final inspection
Congratulations to the Memphis District Grand Prairie Widened Canal Project Delivery Team (PDT) for reaching their Pre-final Inspection milestone. On June 17, PDT members met on-site with contractor...


DHA Announcement Marine Machinery Mechanic XF-5334-10 Dredge Hurley
Opening and Closing Dates:  7/6/2020 – 7/10/2020Position Title:  Marine Machinery MechanicSeries/Grade:  Marine Machinery Mechanic, XF-5334-10Full Performance Level:  XF-10Duty Location:  Official...
Change of Command for Mississippi Valley Division
Maj. Gen. R. Mark Toy will transfer command of the Mississippi Valley Division (MVD), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), to Maj. Gen. Diana M. Holland in a formal change of command ceremony June 30...
Corps of Engineers issues construction Notice to Proceed for COVID-19 Alternate Care Facility
Working at the direction of the State of Tennessee and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) issued a “Notice to Proceed” for the...
Corps of Engineers lowers floodfight response level to Phase I in northern areas
The Memphis District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) lowered its floodfight activation level to Phase I in the Cairo, Missouri, and Reelfoot-Obion Areas due to falling Mississippi River...
NEWS RELEASE: Corps of Engineers activates Phase I flood fight efforts on White River
The Memphis District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is activating a Phase I flood fight on the White River in the Arkansas and Missouri-state areas due to high river stages...






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