US Army Corps of Engineers
Little Rock District Website

Frequently Asked Questions

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The Little Rock District office is located at 700 West Capitol in Little Rock, Ark., in the Federal Office Building. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 867, Little Rock, AR 72203-0867.

We also have project offices located throughout Arkansas and southern Missouri. Recreation offices are located at Tichnor, Pine Bluff, Conway, Russellville, Ozark, Mountain Home, Heber Springs, Rogers, Dierks, Ashdown and DeQueen in Arkansas and Branson and Piedmont in Missouri.

Construction offices are located at Fort Smith, Little Rock Air Force Base, Tichnor and Dardanelle in Arkansas and Branson, Mo.

The Golden Age/Golden Access passports have been replaced with the "America the Beautiful – the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass," an Interagency Senior Pass for age-related discounts and an Interagency Access Pass for disability-related discounts. The Corps of Engineers is now authorized to process applications for these new passes. Click here for more information on how to obtain the pass. 

Both America the Beautiful and Golden Age/Golden Access passes are honored at all Corps of Engineers recreational facilities.

If you have an America the Beautiful pass you will no longer need an Annual Day Use Pass.

All campsite reservations are made through www.recreation.gov.

You can find contact information for each of our lakes here.

Lake levels and hydropower release schedules (provided by Southwestern Power Administration) can be found in our water control data system. It can be accessed here.
For volunteer information visit the project page you are interested in.
The Tulsa District has McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River navigation charts available online or you can purchase them in person or by mail from the Little Rock District. Click on the hotlinks for information on how to purchase and to download charts. Our charts provide navigation information from the Port of Catoosa in Oklahoma to the mouth of the White River in Southeast Arkansas.
Visit our Regulatory Page or call our Regulatory Office at 501-324-5295.
To get information regarding contracting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, please visit our Contracting or Small Business Office page.
All civilian job opportunities available with the federal government, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, are posted on USAJobs at http://usace.usajobs.gov. USAJobs is the federal government's official job site. One must apply for federal jobs using the tools available (including a resume builder).