US Army Corps of Engineers
Kansas City District Website

Archive: October, 2012
  • New explorer tool available for Missouri River basin

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— The Missouri River Recovery Program has launched a new online, interactive tool named the Missouri River Basin Explorer. This informational tool was designed for the public to provide insight regarding the river’s natural environment and the efforts of the Missouri River Recovery Program. The tool describes how the Missouri River system works, what challenges it’s facing and what the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is currently doing to address those challenges.
  • Corps to offer stakeholder engagements along Missouri River

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Kansas City District is offering Missouri River stakeholder engagements on the district’s Clem Meyer II in order to engage local stakeholders in conversation to hear their concerns and provide information about the Missouri River and its features.
  • Corps announces availability of proposed plan and public meeting

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announces the opening of a 30-day comment period on the proposed plan to address Operable Unit 3 at the Former Nebraska Ordnance Plant.
  • Army Corps of Engineers waives day-use fees at recreation areas on Veterans Day

    WASHINGTON—The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) announced today that it will waive day-use fees for veterans, active and reserve component service members, and their families at the more than 2,400 USACE-operated recreation areas nationwide on Veterans Day, November 11.
  • Corps reservoirs continue to support Kansas River flow

    KANSAS CITY, Mo.— In recent weeks the Kansas City District, US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has relied almost exclusively on Tuttle Creek Reservoir releases to meet water supply demands and flow targets for the Kansas River at Topeka and DeSoto. Releases from Perry Reservoir and Milford Reservoir have been set at the minimum allowable.