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Levee Repairs in Pleasanton Underway
The San Francisco District has begun work in Pleasanton, Calif. to repair levees damaged during winter storms last year.
'Milestone' Achieved in Protecting Bay Area from Sea Level Rise
A long-running effort to protect a flood-prone area of the South San Francisco Bay -- home to millions of people and the world's most profitable companies -- from sea level rise has reached a milestone now that federal funding for the project has been assured.
South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project Moving Forward
The South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project, intended to provide flood protection in a densely populated area of the South Bay from Palo Alto to San Leandro, is moving forward now that $177 million in federal funding has been secured.
Reducing Flood Risk: San Francisco District Tackles Multiple Bay Area Flood Challenges
The Corps of Engineers San Francisco District is working across the Bay Area to provide protection to communities vulnerable to coastal flooding and predictions of sea level rise.
Lake Sonoma Boat in Campsites Reopen
Lake Sonoma's boat in campsites are now open for public use following the successful award of a multi-year sewage pumping contract.
Controlled Burn Scheduled for Lake Sonoma's Warm Springs Dam
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in conjunction with Cal Fire, will conduct a controlled burn at Lake Sonoma’s Warm Springs Dam on Thursday, May 31.
Corps Completes Upper Berryessa Flood Project
The chances of a catastrophic flood again threatening hundreds of thousands of people in a South Bay community have been significantly diminished with the completion of the Berryessa Creek project in Milpitas
Corps rescues distressed swimmers in SF Bay
Three swimmers in the San Francisco Bay were rescued by members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers April 12, as they were being pulled out to sea by an ebbing tide.
San Francisco District resupplies biologists on remote Farallon Islands
Once again, the crew of the District’s command and control vessel, the Dillard, has come to the rescue of biologists based on the remote, windswept Farallon Islands, an isolated speck of land 26 nautical miles west of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Corps to host Lake Mendocino, Sonoma Master Plan public meetings
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers San Francisco District will hold the first of a series of public meetings on Feb. 21 and 22 in order to receive public input that will shape revisions to the Lake Mendocino and Lake Sonoma Master Plans.