Maritime Channel and Harbor Improvements

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ mission to maintain and improve maritime channels and harbors dates back to the early history of the Corps.  Starting in 1824 Federal law authorized the Corps to maintain the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers as well as several ports.  This mission has expanded with the Corps responsible for maintaining 12,000 miles of inland waterways, 235 locks, 300 commercial harbors, as well as 600 smaller harbors, to date.   This mission is critical to the economy of the United States with 13,000 jobs relying on import and export trade.

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Navigation Projects

Maritime Channel and Harbor Improvements
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ mission to maintain and improve maritime channels and harbors dates back to the early history of the Corps, starting in 1824. It is responsible for maintaining 12,000 miles of inland waterways, 235 locks, 300 commercial harbors, as well as 600 smaller harbors, to date.  
 
Bodega Bay                           
Monterey Harbor                
Moss Landing Harbor            
Napa River
Petaluma River O&M               
Pinole Shoal Management Study (Delta LTMS) (O&M) 
Redwood City Harbor             
Richmond Harbor               
San Francisco Bay Harbor
San Joaquin River (Port of Stockton)
San Pablo Bay & Mare Island Strait             
San Rafael Creek               
Santa Cruz Harbor               
Suisun Bay Channel               
Suisun Channel (Slough)