US Army Corps of Engineers
Little Rock District Website

  • March

    Montgomery Point Lock and Dam repairs

    In December, the Little Rock District completed repair of two lock gates at Montgomery Point Lock and Dam in Desha County, Ark.
  • Little Rock District Engineer of the Year – Jan Jones

    Please join the Little Rock District in congratulating Jan Jones, Hydraulics Technical Support Branch, Engineering and Construction Division, for being chosen as Engineer of the Year. During Engineer Week, Col. Glen Masset presented Jones with a plaque at a quarterly awards ceremony.
  • Leadership Development Program Level III graduates- Where are they now – Dana Coburn

    What is your official job title? Environmental Branch Chief, Planning and Environmental Division, Little Rock District. When did you graduate from LDP III? March 2011 How has this program assisted you with career progression? The LDP has helped me to become a better leader by exposing me to so many diverse situations, even those that have pushed me outside of my comfort zone. I feel I am a more well-rounded Corps employee and a prepared leader by going through the unique experiences of the program.
  • February

    SWL celebrates African American History Month

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Little Rock District observed National African American History Month
  • The Tumbling Shoals Swinging Bridge

    The Tumbling Shoals Swinging Bridge before the impoundment of Greers Ferry Lake crossed the Little
  • January

    Benefits = $750,000 Partnership = Priceless

    You could put a price on the value added to Table Rock Lake from the Corps of Engineers partnership
  • December

    CORPS SPRUCES UP JOSH PARK MEMORIAL TRAIL FOR USERS

    The Army Corps of Engineers, Greers Ferry Project Office, is in the midst of a project aimed to enhance a popular trail and improve the health of a dense pine forest.
  • Give someone a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach them to fish and you feed them for a lifetime.

    On Sept. 30 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Table Rock Project Office partnered with several local businesses and civic organizations from Branson, Mo., to bring Catch a Special Thrill for 21 children who don’t normally have the opportunity or ability to go fishing.
  • November

    The healing power of hunting

    Soldiers wounded in the line of duty often suffer from injuries, which have complex medical,
  • Town looks to Corps for help

    The Army Corps of Engineers’ Little Rock District and the city of Augusta, Ark., have teamed up to ensure the White River doesn’t wash away a piece of the town’s history, swallow up an access road, or damage the community’s main sewer line.