Fact Sheet

  • Construction - Norco Bluffs Santa Ana River

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: The project area is located approximately 40 miles southeast of Los Angeles, in the city of Norco, along a 3.75 mile stretch of the south bank of the Santa Ana River.
  • O&M - Morro Bay Harbor

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION:   Morro Bay Harbor is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco in San Luis Obispo County.  The project consists of the Entrance Channel, the Main Channel, the Navy Channel, and the Morro Channel.
  • Construction - Little Colorado River (Winslow)

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: The project area includes about 4.3 miles of flood risk reduction levee and improvements located along the Little Colorado River near Winslow, Arizona.
  • O&M - Los Angeles County Drainage Area

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION Project consists of channel improvements to Lower LA, Rio Hondo Rivers and Compton Creek. Modifying/replacing as many as 25 bridges necessitated by channel improvements.
  • O&M - Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbor

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION:  The project is located approximately 25 miles south of Downtown Los Angeles in San Pedro Bay. Two of the world’s largest ports are located within this harbor - Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach.
  • Construction - Matilija Dam

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: Matilija Dam is located on Matilija Creek, a tributary to the Ventura River, near Ojai, in Ventura County. The dam is no longer functional as a water supply structure.
  • O&M - Dana Point Harbor

    LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: The harbor is located approximately 40 miles southeast of the city Los Angeles and 60 miles north of the City of San Diego.
  • Alamo Dam Water Control Plan

    Alamo Dam’s current 2003 Water Control Manual contains a Water Control Plan and an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Biological Opinion (BIOP) developed in 1999. The Water Control Manual is the Corps guiding document on how the project holds and releases water from Alamo Reservoir to meet its congressionally authorized purposes. To fix or clarify certain issues as well as address changed circumstances the Corps intends to re-evaluate existing operations at Alamo Dam to determine if changes to the Water Control Plan – and thus changes to how Alamo Dam is operated - are warranted.
  • Los Angeles River Levee Wall Repairs

    The Corps awarded a contract for like-for-like repair of damaged embankment and levee toe within the Glendale Narrows section of the Los Angeles River Flood Control Channel at Reach 4D.
  • Los Angeles River Frequently Asked Questions

    Answers to frequently asked questions regarding current projects and recreation along the Los Angeles River.