News Releases

Archive: 2014
  • March

    Corps to host Rogue water management planning call

    The Corps and its partners will hold their next conference call Mar. 26 at 10 a.m. to plan Rogue River Basin Project summer water management operations. The public is welcome to listen in.
  • Corps seeks volunteer campground hosts for Plymouth and LePage parks

    We're looking for friendly, customer service-oriented volunteers at Plymouth Park in Plymouth, Wash., and LePage Park near Rufus, Ore., to assist visitors and help maintain the grounds during the 2014 recreation season.
  • The Dalles Dam hosts an amazing race, geocache style

    Park rangers at The Dalles Lock and Dam invite the public to take part in an amazing race, geocache style, between 1 and 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 29 at Seufert and Patterson parks. This would be a good introduction to geocaching for those unfamiliar with this GPS-centered sport.
  • Foster Reservoir spring refill altered

    Foster Reservoir’s normal spring refill schedule will change slightly this year to accommodate ongoing fish passage research.
  • February

    Safety concerns result in Lone Pine Islands closure

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will close all but the southwestern most extent of the Lone Pine Islands, located directly downstream of The Dalles Lock and Dam, to public access.
  • Corps' Willamette Valley Project headquarters moves to downtown Eugene

    The headquarters of our Willamette Valley Project has moved from Lookout Point Dam to the Eugene Federal Building. The project's main phone number has changed to 541-684-4300. All Corps Willamette Valley offices can be reached through this number.