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  • Corps reservoirs prevent 2nd highest flood of record along Kiski River

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh, calculates that its recent operation of the district’s Conemaugh River Lake and Loyalhanna Lake dams east of Pittsburgh cut the crest of Kiskiminetas River by 17 feet, preventing the second highest flood of record.
  • Pipeline contractor reports release of bentonite slurry at Corps’ Loyalhanna Lake

    PITTSBURGH -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Pittsburgh is alerting Loyalhanna Lake visitors that a Sunoco pipeline contractor, drilling adjacent to Corps property, has reported three releases of bentonite slurry this week near Loyalhanna Lake.
  • Corps to unveil revised Loyalhanna Lake and Conemaugh River Lake Master Plan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District is in the process of updating the master plan for Loyalhanna Lake and Conemaugh River Lake. You are invited to attend the public meeting for the unveiling of the revised Loyalhanna Lake and Conemaugh River Lake Master Plan.
  • Low Pool Level at Loyalhanna Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Loyalhanna Lake will be holding the pool elevation lower than the typical summer level due to construction.
  • Loyalhanna Lake Boat Launch Closed

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Loyalhanna Lake has temporarily closed the public boat launch at the Bush Recreation Area because of high water and unsafe conditions. This is due to Loyalhanna Dam storing excess run-off to reduce the possibility of downstream flooding.