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    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District      

    Little Rock, AR, US  

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    Recent Images

    $1.8 Billion Meet-UP

    $1.8 Billion Meet-UP

    12.01.2015 | Photo by James Woods
    The Little Rock District and several federal agencies from around the region host an industry day event to learn more about regional contractor...
    Murray Lock maintenance

    Murray Lock maintenance

    08.31.2015 | Photo by Jay Townsend
    If you make the trek this week across the Big Dam Bridge between North Little Rock and Little Rock, the view of Murray Lock will be a little...
    Norfork Lake

    Norfork Lake

    07.21.2009 | Courtesy Photo
    With wide open, breezy stretches for sailing and quiet secluded coves for skiing and swimming, the clear uncrowded waters of Norfork Lake are...
    Henry Hollins' retirement

    Henry Hollins' retirement

    05.27.2015 | Photo by Miles Brown
    Dr. Randy Hathaway, Little Rock District’s deputy engineer, recounts more than 20 years of dedicated to the Corps during Henry Hollins’...
    Greers Ferry Dam

    Greers Ferry Dam

    04.16.2015 | Photo by Jay Townsend
    At the foot of Round Mountain in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of north-central Arkansas stands Greers Ferry Dam. Behind that structure dedicated...

    Recent Videos

    $1.8 billion meet-up

    $1.8 billion meet-up

    12.01.2015 | Video by Jay Townsend
    The Little Rock District and several federal agencies from around the region host an industry day event to learn more about regional contractor...
    Murray Lock Maintenance

    Murray Lock Maintenance

    09.01.2015 | Video by Jay Townsend
    B-roll - If you make the trek this week across the Big Dam Bridge between North Little Rock and Little Rock, the view of Murray Lock will be a...
    Ask an Engineer

    Ask an Engineer

    06.02.2015 | Video by James Woods
    Why can't the Corps open the lock gates and let more water pass through during high flows?

    Recent News Stories

    Deadline for temporary halt to new shoreline...

    01.16.2015 | Story by Laurie Driver
    The Corps of Engineers is reminding interested persons that the deadline to submit new shoreline activity requests for Table Rock Lake is drawing near. Beginning Feb. 1 the Corps will temporarily halt the acceptance of new requests to establish a baseline number of permits and docks on the lake for officials to use while revising its 19-year-old shoreline management plan. New requests must be received or postmarked by Jan. 31.