US Army Corps of Engineers
Kansas City District

Around the Kansas City District

Infographic of the Kansas River Basin reservoir operations and status update as of June 19, 2019
Infographic of the Osage River Basin reservoir operations and status update as of June 19, 2019
Frequently Asked Questions regarding high water in Kansas & Missouri.
Snapshot of Kansas City District's Flood Fight efforts as of June 7, 2019.
Harry S. Truman Lake rose to record pool on May 31, 2019 and continues to rise. It is anticipated releases will be increased as space becomes available downstream on the Osage & Missouri Rivers.
Repairs to the spillway gate at Stockton Dam are complete.
This public service poster from the National Weather Service and partners urges drivers to: Turn around, don't drown when encountering flood waters over a road.
When visiting a Corps lake always wear a life jacket and swim in designated swim areas.

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Corps recommends caution on newly reopened Missouri River
With the U.S. Coast Guard issuing Marine Safety Bulletin – MISB #01-19, Update #11 – opening the Missouri River for navigation from the mouth at St. Louis to Sioux City, Iowa – the Kansas City...
HWY K-13 Across Tuttle Creek Dam to reopen for motorized traffic between Pottawatomie and Riley counties; park access to change as result
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Motorists will once again be able to travel between Pottawatomie and Riley Counties via highway K-13 beginning on or shortly after June 10, 2019.  To maintain public safety,...

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