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  • Corps of Engineers to Offer Buchanan County Public Open House in Grundy, VA

    Two public meetings to provide information about the Buchanan County Section 202 Flood Risk Management project will be offered in October by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, in coordination with the Buchanan County Board of Supervisors.
  • USACE hosting virtual workshops for Ohio River Lock and Dams Master Plan Update

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hereby informs the public of the initiation process to update the Regional Master Plan for six of the locks and dams located on the Ohio River. USACE defines a Master Plan as the strategic land use document that guides the comprehensive management and development of all recreational, natural, and cultural resources throughout the life of the water resource development projects. The master plans are a vital tool produced and used by USACE to guide the responsible stewardship of USACE-administered lands and resources for the benefit of present and future generations. Master Plans do not address the specifics of regional water quality, shoreline management or water level management, nor do they include changes to operation and maintenance of project operation facilities, navigation, or hydropower functions.
  • Potential Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) concern at Tappan Lake

    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - The Huntington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that conditions exist in the outlet works area at Tappan Lake that could result in the presence and possible release of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gases.
  • Potential Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) concern at Clendening Lake

    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - The Huntington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that conditions exist in the outlet works area at Clendening Lake in Tippecanoe, Ohio, that could result in the presence and possible release of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gases
  • Huntington District Changes Command on July 15

    Huntington, W.Va. --- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, conducted a change of command ceremony as Col. Jason Evers transferred command of the District to Col. Jayson Putnam. The ceremony was presided over by Col. Kimberly A. Peeples, Commander of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The ceremony took place at the Huntington City Hall Auditorium at 805 Fifth Avenue at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 15, 2021.
  • Fishtrap Lake Marina Closing

    Huntington, W.Va. --- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, has determined that the marina at Fishtrap Lake in Shelbiana, Ky., is unsafe for public use. The marina has been closed and is being removed from the lake. 
  • U. S. Army Corps of Engineers to Offer Dickenson County Public Meetings in Haysi and Clinchco, VA

    Several meetings, including in-person open houses and town halls, will be offered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, in coordination with the Dickenson County Board of Supervisors, to provide information and answer any questions or concerns about the Dickenson County Section 202 Flood Risk Management project.
  • Corps of Engineers to Offer Buchanan County Public Meetings in Grundy and Hurley, VA

    Several meetings, including in-person open houses and town halls, will be offered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Huntington District, in coordination with the Buchanan County Board of Supervisors, to provide information and answer any questions or concerns about the Buchanan County Sec 202 Flood Risk Management project.
  • Day Use Fees Collected at Sutton Lake

    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Day Use Fees are being collected at Sutton Lake in Sutton, WV. The boat launch fee amount will remain the same as in the past, however, beach users will need to pay the day use fee as well beginning May 2022. Only credit card payments will be accepted at that time - no cash will be collected or accepted
  • Potential Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) concern at Atwood Lake

    HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - The Huntington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has determined that conditions exist in the outlet works area at Atwood Lake in Mineral City, Ohio, that could result in the presence and possible release of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gases.