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This edition highlights partnership and collaboration, in support of Environmental Operating Principle #6. Content includes commentary from Ms. Stacey Brown, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Planning and Policy Division Chief, discussing the value of partnership and collaboration with our non-federal sponsors on civil works projects. This edition also highlights the successful implementation of a variety of projects and initiatives across the enterprise as a result of partnership and collaboration.
Volunteers play an invaluable role in helping the St. Louis District meet our recreation and environmental stewardship program goals. Volunteers serve as park and campground hosts, staff visitor centers, lead tours and educational activities, clean shorelines, restore fish and wildlife habitat, manage cultural resources, perform administrative duties, work with computers and other technical equipment, maintain Corps facilities, and much more. Visit www.volunteer.gov to find an opportunity near you.
America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Interagency Passes are available for purchase at St. Louis District Lake Offices and Visitor Centers.
The updated version of the National Levee Database (NLD) is now open for public access. The NLD, managed by USACE, is a living, dynamic information source that provides visualization and search capability on the location and condition of levee systems nationwide.

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The St. Louis District is responsible for maintaining a navigation channel nine feet deep and 300 feet wide on 300 miles of the Mississippi River from Saverton, Missouri, to Cairo, Illinois. We are also responsible for maintaining a navigation channel on the lower 80 miles of the Illinois River as well as the lower 36 miles of the Kaskaskia River. Strategically situated at the crossroads of three major river systems, the St. Louis District is also located at the critical transition point on the Mississippi River where it is a “locking river” north of St. Louis and the “open river” from St. Louis on south.

Latest News Releases

US Corps of Engineers Preventative COVID-19 Closures
3/16/2020 UPDATED
US Corps of Engineers Preventative COVID-19 ClosuresLake Shelbyville – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) St. Louis District will close all visitor centers, museums, beaches and project offices...
Kaskaskia Watershed Association to hold Annual Summit
2/11/2020
CARLYLE LAKE - The 20th Annual Kaskaskia Watershed Summit sponsored by the Kaskaskia Watershed Association, Inc. (KWA) will be held Monday, March 2, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Mariners...
Rescheduled: Lower Meramec Floodplain Management Plan Public Meeting, Feb. 12
2/4/2020
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, and its partners are hosting a series of three public meetings to present the draft findings and recommendations of the Lower Meramec...
Carlyle Lake Pool Increase and Release Forecast
1/14/2020
CARLYLE LAKE - As of 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, the pool elevation at Carlyle Lake was 452.10 feet, referenced to the North American Vertical Datum (NAV88), with a release of...
Temporary Road Closure at Dam East South Shore Recreation Area
1/14/2020
CARLYLE LAKE - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Carlyle Lake Project will temporarily close a portion of the Dam East South Shore roadway beginning Tuesday, January 21, 2020. The closure is...

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