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Tag: LA River
  • In preparation for winter rains, Corps’ focus is on LA River, Glendale Narrows

    Winter in California is still here, which means cooler temperatures, increased precipitation and higher chances of flooding — something the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prepares for on an annual basis.
  • Corps to implement advance flood risk management measures in Glendale Narrows

    The Corps will close the equestrian access point in the temporary protective barrier along the east bank of the Los Angeles River in the Glendale Narrows area near Verdant Street Jan. 21 due to the forecast of excessive rain for the Los Angeles area this weekend,
  • Corps awards $1.3 million contract for LA River barrier installation

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District awarded a $1.3 million contract to JF Engineering of Pomona, California, Jan. 9 to install roughly 3 miles of temporary protective barriers to increase bank height along the most vulnerable reaches of the LA River that will restore channel capacity and reduce the risk of flooding to homes and businesses.
  • Corps awards $440,000 contract for LA River maintenance

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District awarded a $440,000 contract to BJD Services of Santa Clarita, California, for strategic in-channel vegetation removal in the Los Angeles River to restore conveyance capacity in the highest priority area upstream of the Riverside Drive/Victory Boulevard bridge to an area downstream of Interstate 5 in Glendale.
  • LA River ecosystem restoration report available for public review and comment

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, in conjunction with the City of Los Angeles, released the Los Angeles River Ecosystem Restoration Study final Integrated Feasibility Report for state and agency review Oct. 2.
  • USACE finalizes draft L.A. River study report and initiates 45-day public comment period

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers finalized preparation of a draft report for the Los Angeles River Ecosystem Restoration Feasibility Study and posted the report to the Los Angeles District website Sept. 13. The report will appear in the Federal Register Sept. 20, which will trigger a 45-day public comment period that will help inform a final report and result in the Corps’ recommendation to Congress.