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The Corps has established webpage at (the URL is case sensitive) that can be saved to your mobile phone’s home screen which provides links to the most up-to-date information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers including runoff and release schedules, links to the Omaha and Kansas City Districts, links to our social media accounts, and provides a link to the National Weather Service, Missouri Basin River Forecast Center.
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. With waters high on the Missouri River and many of its tributaries, please pay attention.
Smith has worked for the Kansas City District for twenty years and has extensive knowledge in military programs, civil works and infrastructure operations and maintenance. As the Kansas City District’s senior civilian, Smith will oversee civil works, military construction and environmental programs for the district.
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (center), Air Force Brig. Gen. John Nichols (center right), commander, 509th Bomb Wing, and Army Col. Doug Guttormsen (right) formed the right side of the groundbreaking cadre. To the far left, Kendall Nugent, the deputy commander of the 509th Mission Support Group, Air Force Col. Ken Eaves, the 131st Bomb Wing Commander, and Michael Eidson (center left), Federal Division Operations Manager, hold shovel.The ceremony officially began the construction of a new consolidated operations building to house the 509th and the 131st Operations Groups in one location.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Awards Design-Build Contract to McCarthy HITT – Next NGA West JV
McCarthy HITT – Next NGA West JV, 1341 N Rock Hill Rd, St. Louis, Missouri has been awarded a $ 711,651,970.00 design-build contract for the construction of the Next NGA West (N2W) campus that will be...
Kansas City District response to Missouri River flooding
We have four Mobile Liaison Teams in the field providing technical assistance to 12 levee owners and operator in Missouri and Kansas. We have distributed over 400,000 sandbags, have more than 4...
Turn around, don’t drown: Missouri River Flood 2019
The Kansas City District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants to urge everyone to never drive through flooded roadways. Please turn around, don’t drown....
Corps closely monitoring conditions in the Missouri River Basin
The Kansas City District declared a flood emergency mid-day on March 13, 2019 due to concerns resulting from heavy rainfall, saturated and snow-covered soils across the basin, and increased releases...
Corps continues to closely monitor flood conditions
The Kansas City District Emergency Operations Center is currently operating at a Level 2 partial activation. This level represents a partial activation and is designed to collect, evaluate, interpret...

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