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    CEPP Public Meeting

    CEPP Public Meeting

    04.30.2024 | Video by Mark Rankin
    The goal of the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) is to deliver a finalized plan, known as a Project Implementation Report (PIR), for a...

    Recent News Stories

    Jacksonville District encourages visitors to...

    07.03.2024 | Story by Mark Rankin
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (July 3, 2024) - During the Independence Day holiday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District is urging the public to prioritize safety. With increased water recreation, fishing at area lakes and beach goers, it is vital to follow safety guidelines to help prevent accidents.

    CERP Science Driven Restoration

    05.31.2024 | Story by Jazika Levario
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. July 1, 2024 --- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District reflects on the hard work and dedicated efforts of their state partners as well as the scientist and engineers within USACE and their unwavering commitment to Everglades restoration. USACE, and its state partners are making strategic efforts to restore, rehabilitate and reverse the damage inflicted in the past. This mission is no small task, the...

    Recent Publications

    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2022

    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2022

    01.01.2022 | Courtesy Publication
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Jacksonville District, has continued working through a pandemic and a primarily virtual environment. The...
    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2021

    Jacksonville Journal - 01.01.2021

    01.01.2021 | Courtesy Publication
    The Corporate Communications Office is proud to present the Jacksonville Journal 2020 Edition. The theme of this issue is all about resiliency and...