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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District      

    Tulsa, OK, US  


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    11.13.2020 | Photo by Stacey Reese
    Youth hunters and their hunting partners took part in the annual youth hunt at Tulsa District Corps of Engineer's Pine Creek lake Nov 13-15. The...


    11.02.2020 | Photo by Stacey Reese
    Daniel de Robles, Area Engineer Tulsa District E&C Branch Tinker Air Force Base briefs Dr. Christine Altendorf a member of the Senior Executive...


    09.12.2020 | Photo by Stacey Reese
    Tulsa District Corps of Engineers Commander Col. Scott Preston spoke to the attendees at the th anniversary celebration for Broken Bow Lake about...


    07.29.2020 | Photo by Stacey Reese
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Texoma Lake Ranger Jeremy Harvey and Assistant Lake Manager Tommy Holder, discuss plans for the day during an early...

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    Corps seeks public comment for Lake Texoma...

    12.01.2020 | Courtesy Story
    The 30 day comment period for the Lake Texoma Shoreline Management Plan revision begins Dec. 2 and runs to Jan. 2. Documents related to the revision are available at

    Corps finds ‘no significant impact’ for Lake...

    11.30.2020 | Story by Brannen Parrish
    Tulsa District and RPEC of USACE have determined that a proposed shoreline management plan revision for Lake Texoma will have no significant impact to natural resources or habitats The final draft of the shoreline management plan for Lake Texoma will be completed no later than January 2, 2021. The direct link to the FONSI letter is available at the USACE Headquarters Library at...

    Correction: Public Notice RepCorrection: After...

    11.17.2020 | Story by Brannen Parrish
    Information included in the below public notice, which was published Aug 28, included a presentation with incorrect information. The information is in the summary of the article. The video of the presentation was updated and provides corrected information. The public notice remains the same.

    Tulsa District to review Mayes County right-of-way...

    11.03.2020 | Courtesy Story
    Once received, Tulsa District will review a right-of-way action regarding a bridge project in Mayes County Publication of notice of a project is neither an endorsement nor renunciation of a project To make a public comment on this project contact: Environmental Programs Division Engineer Oklahoma Department of Transportation 200 NE 21st St. Oklahoma City, OK 73105

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