US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District

Fact Sheet Manager

  • Historical Vignette: 1939 Glasglow Flood

    In 1939 the US Army Corps of Engineers reinforced the levees protecting Glasgow, Montana, from
  • Historical Vignette: Operation Snowbound

    Story content provided by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters, photos provided by USACE Omaha
  • Estudio Modificación de Seguridad para Cherry Creek Dam: Reuniones públicas previstas para enero

    Cherry Creek Dam, en Aurora, CO, está pasando por un estudio de Modificación de Seguridad de Presas y una Declaración de Impacto Ambiental incorporada está llevado a cabo por el U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha Distrito. Dos reuniones de alcance público se programan y se invita a los residentes asistir y participar: Jueves, 22 de enero, 6-8 p.m.; Cherry Creek High School centro de conferencia; 9300 East Union Avenue, Greenwood Village, CO Sábado 24 enero, 10 am – 12pm; Campus Middle School en el cafetería; 4785 S. Dayton Street, Englewood, CO
  • 2014 Lake Yankton Sport Fisheries Restoration

    Why does Lake Yankton need a fisheries restoration?The fisheries restoration in Lake Yankton is in
  • Pipestem/Jamestown Dam Historical Data

    Pipestem/Jamestown Dam Historical Data
  • Stay Informed EIS

    If a project requires the preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), the EIS process consists of several steps, each with opportunities for you to get involved.
  • NEPA

    The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process is one opportunity for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to hear and consider the opinions and concerns of potentially affected communities. The NEPA decision-making process allows the Corps, other agencies and community members to work together to create the best environmental outcomes for our region. We want to ensure the Omaha District is engaged in responsible environmental stewardship. In carrying out these responsibilities, we also strive to be responsive to communities and look at ways to minimize potential impacts from our actions.
  • Cherry Creek Dam DSMS

    Cherry Creek Dam consists of an earth-fill embankment with an outlet works for operational water releases. The embankment is 14,300 feet long with a maximum height of 141 feet. The dam’s outlet works consist of a triple barrel concrete conduit system with discharges releasing into the Cherry Creek channel located a short distance downstream.
  • #GetthePicture about Water Safety?

    Each Monday, through Omaha District social media outlets, a new rebus puzzle containing a water or recreation safety message is released. Followers can try to guess the message, and the answer is revealed each Thursday. Bonus puzzles may appear at any time. Clues such as letters or the number of words may be offered if followers need help.