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


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Norfork Lake Norfork Lake
With wide open, breezy stretches for sailing and quiet secluded coves for skiing and swimming, the clear uncrowded waters of Norfork Lake are ideal for water sports.
Henry Hollins' retirement Henry Hollins' retirement
Dr. Randy Hathaway, Little Rock District’s deputy engineer, recounts more than 20 years of dedicated to the Corps during Henry Hollins’ retirement ceremony in...
Greers Ferry Dam Greers Ferry Dam
At the foot of Round Mountain in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of north-central Arkansas stands Greers Ferry Dam. Behind that structure dedicated in 1963 by the late...
Little Rock Air Force Base runway repair/replace project Little Rock Air Force Base runway repair/replace project
Aircraft lined up on the runway at Little Rock Air Force Base.
Little Rock celebrates retirees Little Rock celebrates retirees
Little Rock District Chief of Public Affairs, Miles Brown and Park Ranger Leah Deeds welcome retirees from the district to their annual “get together.” The annual...
Industry Day Industry Day
Conducting Industry Day helps Contracting Division personnel shape its acquisition strategy for the year.


Recent Video

Enjoy the Peace and Serenity of Sugarloaf Mountain National Recreation Trail Enjoy the Peace and Serenity of Sugarloaf Mountain...
Sugar Loaf Mountain Nature Trail is a foot trail built by employees of the Greers Ferry Project Office, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Little Rock District. Sugar...
Ask an Engineer Ask an Engineer
Why can't the Corps open the lock gates and let more water pass through during high flows?
Ask an Engineer - Mike Biggs Ask an Engineer - Mike Biggs
How does the Corps of Engineers manage the Arkansas River during times of high flows?
National Dam Safety Awareness Day National Dam Safety Awareness Day
Chief of Infrastructure Safety Section Greg Mattson explains why dam safety is so important to the Corps.
Ask the Corps Ask the Corps
Where can I go if my property or house is about to flood and I need assistance?
Ask an Engineer - Matt Moix Ask an Engineer - Matt Moix
Why are the river levels at Ozark and Toad Suck dams recorded differently than other places on the river?


Recent News Stories

12 reasons to visit the Little Rock District 12 reasons to visit the Little Rock District
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District is among the most visited Corps districts in the nation. The district operates nearly 150 public parks and...
Half a century of dedication, duty to our nation Half a century of dedication, duty to our nation
Retiring after more than 20 years of service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is no small feat and deserves proper recognition for dedicated service. Retiring for...
Arkansas governor proclaims Safe Boating Week Arkansas governor proclaims Safe Boating Week
At a proclamation ceremony today Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson declared May 16 through 22 as Safe Boating Week in Arkansas.
Deadline for temporary halt to new shoreline activity...
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....
Little Rock District lake plan revisions underway Little Rock District lake plan revisions underway
Little Rock District has embarked on an aggressive schedule to revise the master plans for three of the most popular recreational lakes in the district. Many of the...
Little Rock celebrates retirees Little Rock celebrates retirees
The Little Rock District hosted Retiree Day at the Dewey Short Visitor Center on Table Rock Lake in Branson, Mo., Nov. 14, 2014. The annual event provides district...