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Des Moines River Basin Open Houses
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District is hosting four public open house events to seek input on the Draft Des Moines River Basin Master Reservoir Regulation Manual Feasibility Report with an Integrated Environmental Assessment. Click the link below for dates, times and locations.
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Keithsburg Public Meeting
The Corps, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the IL DNR, will host a public meeting/open house July 16 to discuss ecosystem restoration plans at the Keithsburg Division of Port Louisa National Wildlife Refuge. The event is scheduled from 4-6 p.m. at the New Boston Community Center located at 502 Main St., New Boston, IL.
On May, 24, 2018, Col. Steve Sattinger became the 49th commander of the Rock Island District. He assumed command from Col. Craig Baumgartner. As commander, Sattinger oversees the District's water resource development programs which span five states and 78,000 square miles.
Rock Island District Hosts Change of Command Ceremony
On May, 24, 2018, Col. Steve Sattinger became the 49th commander of the Rock Island District. He assumed command from Col. Craig Baumgartner. As commander, Sattinger oversees the District's water resource development programs which span five states and 78,000 square miles.
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Enjoy the holiday, play it safe and wear your life jacket
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island District, reminds boaters to uplay it safe this Memorial Day and always wear your life jacket.
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.
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Keep Your Family Safe This Summer
Download these free boating safety posters and coloring sheets to help remind everyone how important it is to wear your life jackets while boating.
Locks and Dam 15 Tours
Start Date/Time:
Saturday, July 07, 2018
End Date/Time:
Saturday, July 07, 2018
Recurring Event:
Recurring Event Every 1 week(s) on Sunday, Saturday until 9/2/2018 (total 24 events)
Importance:
Normal Priority
Description:
These tours will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and will each last one hour. While walking around the locks, visitors will learn about the history of the Locks and Dam #15, the Government Bridge and how they both work. 
Participants must wear shoes with enclosed toes and backs, tennis shoes are preferred. Purses, bags, cameras and pictures are not allowed on the tour but will be allowed in the visitor center before and after the tours. Tours will begin and end at the Mississippi River Visitor Center. Everyone is welcome to attend, but an adult must accompany children under 16 years of age. Tours will not be given during poor weather conditions determined by visitor center staff. Pre-registration is also recommended as the group size is limited and tours sometimes fill fast. To make a reservation call the visitor center at 309-794-5338
Owned by Michael Mckean On Sunday, June 10, 2018