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Construction complete: East Branch Lake, campgrounds to reopen fully in upcoming ceremony
After seven years of construction at the dam of East Branch Clarion River Lake, and more than a...
High water means high stakes for Pittsburgh locks, dams
Rivers rise and rivers flow, but when a flood happens, somebody has to deal with the debris left...
That’s a Wrap: Corps Concludes East Branch Dam Repair Project
A big dam problem required a big dam solution. After seven years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...

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Latest News Releases

Corps of Engineers to temporarily close road at Tygart Lake
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District will temporarily close Paul E. Malone Road at Tygart Lake to perform road repairs beginning March 29. Repairs will be made to the half-mile of the road owned by the corps and will last three months. Click here to read the full release.
Corps to host virtual public meetings for Tar Pamlico River Basin feasibility study
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District is conducting a feasibility study on the Tar Pamlico River Basin and will host a series of virtual public involvement meetings to gather community input on the feasibility study. The meetings are organized by geographic region and held from March 22 to 31. Click here to read the full release.
Stonewall Jackson Lake seeks public input on master plan updates
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District is seeking public feedback regarding proposed changes to the Stonewall Jackson Lake Master Plan based on public input collected in October 2019. The master plan update will affect the future management and use of natural resources and recreational activities at the lake for the next 25 years. Click here to read the full release.