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Kris Mullins, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Chief of Staff speaks during the topping out ceremony of the new Mobile District Headquarters Building in downtown Mobile, Alabama, April 10, 2024. The topping out ceremony celebrates when principal base construction is completed on a project. (U.S. Army photo by Chuck Walker)
Dustin Gautney, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Chief of Public Affairs, left, assists Cicone Prince, District webmaster, organizing a website at the District Headquarters in Mobile, Alabama, Mar. 26, 2024. Gautney was recognized by Headquarters USACE by winning the USACE Public Affairs Officer of the Year Award. (U.S. Army photo by Chuck Walker)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Commander Col. Jeremy Chapman and Victim Advocate Maryanna Kuehne signed the 2024 Sexual Assault Awareness Prevention Month Proclamation to begin April's observance of SAAPM at the Mobile District, April 1, 2024. This year’s Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, the U.S. Army’s campaign theme is Change Through Unity: Empower. Protect. Prevent. The campaign highlights the importance of fostering a culture of respect for all. (U.S. Army Photo by Jeremy Murray)
Travis England, Public Affairs Specialist at Lake Lanier, Georgia, and former ranger at Allatoona Lake, Georgia, won the 2024 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers National Water Safety Award in Lake Lanier, Georgia, Feb. 21, 2024. England coordinated the distribution of over 7,000 donated life jackets and educated over 2,500 students about the importance of water safety. (Courtesy graphic)
Col. Jeremy Chapman, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District, engages in discussions with members of the Regulatory Division, the Alabama Historical Commission, and various stakeholders aboard a survey vessel near the submerged Clotilda site in Mobile, Alabama, May 4, 2022. Collaborating closely with the AHC and other partners, the Mobile District is committed to locating and safeguarding the Clotilda, the final documented slave ship to traverse United States waters, intentionally sunk near Africatown after dropping off 110 captives to conceal this illegal operation. (Courtesy photo)

Around the District

Mobile District hosted a "topping out" ceremony
4/11/2024
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District hosted a "topping out" ceremony at the construction site of its new headquarters building in downtown Mobile, Alabama, April 10, 2024...
Mobile District launches fish tagging study in Lower Alabama River
3/1/2024
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District announces the commencement of a comprehensive fish tagging study in the lower Alabama River. This initiative aims to understand the movement patterns...
Demopolis Lock Closure update 2
1/25/2024
The Demopolis Lock is closed to traffic for repairs. A breach occurred on Jan. 16, caused by a concrete sill failure. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is assessing the failure and processing data to...

Public Notice

Lake Seminole Master Plan NOA REVISED

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District requests your review and comment on the proposed Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for the Lake Seminole Project Master Plan.
Published: 4/12/2024

Proposed Placement Area Addition, St. George Island Channel Navigation Project, Franklin County, Florida

Interested persons are hereby notified that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District proposes to provide an additional placement area at the project site of the St. George Island Channel to minimize shoaling to facilitate navigation into and out of Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
Published: 2/21/2024

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