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Public Review for Oakland Harbor Turning Basin Widening Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco District, in conjunction with the Port of Oakland as the non-federal sponsor, released the following draft Integrated Feasibility Report and National Environmental Policy Act Environmental Assessment  for public review. The District requests written comments be submitted by Jan. 31, 2022. Written comments may be emailed to OaklandHarborTurningBasinsStudy@usace.army.mil  or mailed to: Mr. Eric Jolliffe, 450 Golden Gate Ave, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102. 

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USACE, Port of Oakland ship turning basins study ready for public review
12/17/2021 UPDATED
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) San Francisco District, in collaboration with the Port of Oakland as the non-federal sponsor, have prepared a draft Integrated Feasibility Report and National...
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NEPA scoping period begins for Upper Guadalupe River study
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Bay Model set to reopen March 5
3/3/2021 UPDATED
The Bay Model Visitor Center (BMVC) plans to reopen to the public this Friday. The facility, which is owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District, has been closed...

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On Nov. 20, San Francisco District team members at the Bay Model in Sausalito, then at Lake Sonoma hosted 26 children and adults during the first STEM Frenzy tour. STEM Frenzy is a partnership between leaders of two San Francisco non-profits to expose the city's disadvantaged children to science, technology, engineering, math and more in workshops and field trips outside of the city. District Chief of Operations and Readiness Nick Malasavage worked with the group co-founders to organize the tours, and they planned an educational and exciting day for the participants. See the video to see how the day went with the District personnel and the STEM Frenzy participants as they learned about water and how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers works with it and protects it.