US Army Corps of Engineers
Los Angeles District

  • Dam Safety Program

    Prado Dam is a single purpose flood risk reduction project located in Riverside County on the Santa Ana River about two miles west of the city of Corona near the head of Santa Ana Canyon. Its primary purpose is to reduce the risk of damage from floods for the metropolitan areas in Orange County, Calif., and for the highly developed urban and agricultural areas of the Santa Ana Coastal Plain.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Brea Dam is a flood risk reduction project located in Fullerton, about 22 miles east of Los Angeles, on Brea Creek approximately one-half mile from the intersection of State Highway 72 and Brea Boulevard.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Hansen Dam is a flood risk reduction project located near the northern edge of the San Fernando Valley on Tujunga Wash, about one mile below the confluence of the Big Tujunga and Little Tujunga Washes, and about four miles southeast of the town of San Fernando.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Sepulveda Dam is a flood risk reduction project located in the south-central portion of the San Fernando Valley, just northwest of the junction of the Ventura Freeway (U.S. Highway 101) and the San Diego Freeway (Interstate Highway 405). It lies across the Los Angeles River, 43 miles above the mouth of the river, and six miles above the confluence of Tujunga Wash and the Los Angeles River.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Alamo Dam is a multiple-purpose project that provides flood risk reduction, water supply and conservation, recreation, and fish and wildlife enhancement. It is located on the Bill Williams River where the Big Sandy River and Santa Maria River come together, about 35 miles upstream from Lake Havasu, 75 miles northwest of Phoenix and about 35 miles north of Wenden, Ariz.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Fullerton Dam is a single purpose flood risk reduction project located in the eastern part of the city of Fullerton just west of the 57 Freeway and Bastanchury Road crossing. It was specifically built for the purpose of flood risk management for the city of Fullerton and the adjacent, highly developed coastal plain area in Orange County.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Mojave River Dam is a flood risk management project located on the Mojave River in San Bernardino County, Calif., approximately 14 miles south of Victorville and just downstream (north) of the confluence of the West Fork Mojave River and Deep Creek.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Pine Canyon Dam is a flood risk reduction project located within Pine Canyon in Lincoln County, Nev., about 18 miles southeast of Caliente and 100 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
  • Dam Safety Program

    Whitlow Ranch Dam is an ungated flood risk management structure located on Queen Creek in Pinal County, Ariz., about 50 miles southeast of Phoenix and about seven miles northeast of Florence Junction. It helps reduce the risk of flood damage to farmland and developed areas including the communities of Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek and Florence Junction and portions of Williams Air Force Base.
  • Dam Safety Program

    San Antonio Dam is a flood risk management and water conservation project located in San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties about four miles northeast of Claremont and 38 miles east of Los Angeles.