US Army Corps of Engineers
Omaha District Website

Systems Restoration

To receive rehabilitation assistance a project must be "active" in the PL 84-99 program. 

Project sponsors must submit a request for USACE assistance within 30 days after the flood event. Upon receiving the request, USACE will inspect the project to determine the extent of the damage, the best repair alternative and whether the repair cost is economically feasible. Project sponsors will be notified verbally and in writing of the inspection results and the USACE's intent to participate in the repair.

If the USACE plans to provide rehabilitation assistance, the project sponsor will be required to furnish formal written assurances of local cooperation to USACE prior to the authorization of any repairs. The purpose of this agreement is to obtain an understanding between the USACE and the sponsor concerning the responsibilities of each party. 

  • Federally constructed projects are repaired using 100 percent federal funds.
  • Non-federally constructed projects are repaired using 80 percent federal funds and 20 percent non-federal.

News Releases

Winter won't stop work on L-536 levee repairs
1/15/2021
Despite winter conditions, work continues on the L-536 levee setback south of Rock Port, Missouri. Repairs to the original in-line portion of the levee are scheduled to be substantially complete...
Corps urges vigilance in preparing for 2021 run-off season in Missouri River Basin
11/25/2020
As the winter months approach, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District encourages the public to keep an eye towards the 2021 run-off season in the Missouri River Basin...
Corps of Engineers closes Missouri River Levee System L-536 breach near Corning, Missouri
8/13/2020
OMAHA, Neb. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District closed another breach along the Missouri River Levee System L-536, northwest of Corning, Missouri Saturday...
Corps awards contract to complete levee repairs on multiple levee systems in, Sheridan County, Wyoming
7/30/2020
OMAHA, Neb. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District awarded a $3.55M construction contract to Relyant Global LLC of Maryville, Tennessee on July 24, for the rehabilitation of Little Goose...

News Stories

Beneath the layers of dirt
7/1/2012
Crews are deploying a multiple electrode resistivity unit – MER, for short – to create a map of changes in the soil beneath as part of the geotechnical investigations process developed for the U.S...