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US Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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US Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District Coronavirus (COVID-19) News Releases

  • UPDATED: Corps to close day use recreational areas, postpone campground openings

    In the interest of public safety due to COVID-19 concerns, and in accordance with Center for Disease Control recommendations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District will be closing all Corps-managed day use recreational areas and associated public facilities (such as beaches, picnic shelters and restrooms) and postponing the opening of all campgrounds until further notice.
  • Corps to close day use recreational areas, postpone campground openings

    UPDATED: Corps to close day use recreational areas, postpone campground openings LOUISVILLE, KY –In the interest of public safety due to COVID-19 concerns, and in accordance with Center for Disease Control recommendations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District will be closing all Corps-managed day use recreational areas (such as picnic shelters) and postponing the opening of all campgrounds until May 11, 2020.
  • Public workshop for William H. Harsha Lake Master Plan canceled

    LOUISVILLE, KY –In the interest of public safety due to COVID-19 concerns, the U.S. Army Corps of
  • Corps to restrict public access to facilities as precautionary measure

    LOUISVILLE, KY –In the interest of public safety due to COVID-19 concerns, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District will be restricting public access at the district’s Corps facilities for the next 30 days, effective March 13, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. As always, public safety remains our top priority. As a precautionary measure the Louisville District will have restricted public access to all operational areas at the district’s 20 flood risk management projects throughout Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, seven locks and dams on the Ohio River and two on the Green River.