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  • Hop Brook Lake and Hancock Brook Lake COVID-19 Measure Updates

      The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is implementing a phased reopening of the recreation area at Hop Brook Lake, Middlebury, Connecticut. Re-opening phase is in accordance with the Corps, state of Connecticut, and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) policies and procedures due to
  • Thomaston Dam, Northfield Brook Lake, Black Rock Dam Areas Reopening

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is implementing a phased reopening of recreation areas at Black Rock, Northfield Brook, and Thomaston Dam, all located in Thomaston, Connecticut. Re-openings are in accordance with the Corps, state of Connecticut, and Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Maine Department of Transportation seeking a permit for work in the Pleasant River

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District has received a permit application from the Maine Department of Transportation to place temporary and permanent fill in the Pleasant River and adjacent wetlands while replacing the deteriorated Pleasant Street bridge in Milo, Maine.The project
  • Maine Department of Transportation seeking a permit for work in the Mattawamkeag River

     The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District has received a permit application from the Maine Department of Transportation to place temporary and permanent fill in the Mattawamkeag River while replacing the deteriorated Route 2 bridge.The project will result in permanent and temporary
  • Update on Colebrook River Lake Recreation Areas

    In accordance with Connecticut state orders and advisories, the Colebrook River Lake recreation areas are open and accessible to the public should individuals and their families wish to get outside for healthy, outdoor recreational activity.Beginning June 24, 2020 the following will be open: Main
  • New access road planned at Colebrook River Dam and Lake

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), New England District, plans to perform work on federally owned property that is part of the USACE Colebrook River Lake project located in the Naugatuck River Basin. The road work proposed will provide, year round, new access to the northern end of Colebrook
  • Muddy River flowing through constructed flood risk management channel in former Sears Parking Lot

    CONCORD, Mass. – Construction activities are coming to a close on Phase 1 of the $30.9 million Muddy River Flood Risk Management and Environmental Restoration project in Boston, Massachusetts. On Monday, June 27th, the final temporary river diversion steel sheeting was removed from upstream of the