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Dakota Access Pipeline Comment Line
In response to public feedback, we have established a comment line for those interested in voicing their thoughts and concerns on the Dakota Access Pipeline project. Interested parties can call (202) 761-8700.
Rock Island District's Mississippi River Visitor Center recently became part of the new National Geographic Mississippi River Geotourism website. Geotourism acquaints tourists with local culture and traditions and offers them in-depth opportunities to enjoy an area's unique natural beauty and biodiversity
Mississippi River Visitor Center Featured on National Geographic Geotourism Website
Rock Island District's Mississippi River Visitor Center is now part of the new National Geographic Mississippi River Geotourism website. Geotourism acquaints tourists with local culture and traditions and offers them in-depth opportunities to enjoy an area's unique natural beauty and biodiversity
The USACE Rock Island app provides easy access to information such as river levels, recreation, business with us, emergency operations, social media connections, navigation charts, news, how to requesting a permit, web cameras, employment opportunities and more.
USACE Rock Island Mobile App
The USACE Rock Island app provides easy access to information such as river levels, recreation, business with us, emergency operations, social media connections, navigation charts, news, how to requesting a permit, web cameras, employment opportunities and more.
Fourth graders can visit the “Get Your Pass” section of the Every Kid in a Park website at www.everykidinapark.gov  and complete a fun educational activity to obtain and print a personalized voucher for unlimited use at federal lands and waters for one year. Passes are valid from Sept. 1, 2015 through Aug. 31, 2016. The paper voucher can be exchanged for a more durable interagency annual fourth grade pass at certain federal sites.
Corps of Engineers supports new ‘Every Kid in a Park’ recreation initiative
Starting this month, fourth graders nationwide can visit the new Every Kid in a Park website to obtain a pass that provides free access to students and their families to all federally managed lands and waters – including national parks, forests, wildlife refuges and marine sanctuaries.

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