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Posted 5/1/2017

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Contact
Mississippi River Operations Manager
(309) 794-4500

Location
Mississippi River Between Missouri River and Minneapolis

Description
The project consists of a 314-river-mile reach of 9-foot commercial navigation channel from Guttenberg, Iowa, downstream to Saverton, Missouri. It includes 14 locks and 11 dams (L/Ds) at 12 sites from Lock 11 to Lock 22. The navigable portions of this river and the locks and dams that allow waterway traffic to move from one pool to another are integral parts of a regional, national, and international transportation network. Recreation facilities include 25 public recreation areas and the Visitor Center located at Lock & Dam 15. Typical recreation and lease receipts are $1,000,000, with regional economic impacts estimated at $380,000,000 with 13,500,000 visits.

Status
Project in operation.

Authority
OM - Operations and Maintenance

Summarized Project Costs

Estimated Federal Cost  N/A
Estimated Non-Federal Cost  N/A 
Estimated Total Project Cost  N/A 
Allocations Prior to Current FY 2017 Cost  N/A 
Current FY 2017 Allocation (received to date)  $85,418,340 
Current FY 2017 Total Capability  $85,418,340 


Major Work Item Current Year
FY 2017:
Funds will be used for operation and maintenance of twelve L/D sites and the project office; fleet management support service; dredging, dredged material disposal; water control; periodic inspection; dam safety; and real estate management. Funds will also be used for operation and maintenance of day-use and overnight recreation areas, facilities and features. These funds support recreation program management and public visitation as well as functions that support recreation management by other lessees, agencies and partners. Funds will also be used for stewardship activities to protect the health, sustainability and integrity of the public lands associated with the project. These activities include natural resource management practices, environmental evaluation and reviews, shoreline protection, cultural resource investigations, and continuing endangered species responsibilities with USFWS. Funds will also be used for boundary resurvey and marking on approximately 10 miles of boundary, additional implementation of OMP I forestry prescription tasks for improvement of the project's natural resources, promoting tree regeneration and wildlife habitat improvements. Funds will be used for nonroutine items: Construction of Bulkhead Recesses at 4 L/D sites, Procurement of Miter Gates for L/Ds 12 and 15, Repair Dam 18 Concrete, Replace Lock 19 Guard Gate, Repairs to L/D21 Guide Wall Foundation, Repair Concrete Monoliths at L/Ds 13 and 17, Repair L/D 20 Structural Support Beam and Anchorage System, Install Relief Wells at L/Ds 11 and 18, Repair L/D 21 Dam Tainter and Roller Gates, Repair L/D 11 Tainter Gate Chains, Dewater L/D 17, and Repair L/D 22 Dam.