16 July 2021 - Temporary pumping remains operational. Earthen levee repairs complete. Pump station repairs in progress, took delivery of pumps and motor, components being delivered, scheduling pump station outage.
16 March 2020 - E&D work for final repair to pump station continues.
24 January 2020 - Contract with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for repair of earthen levee at pump station, TVA begins construction.
11 January 2020 - Refurbished pump motor commissioned, pump capable of 54,000 gallons-per-minute restored to operation. One temporary pump retained.
09 January 2020 – Temporary repairs continue. E&D work continues.
18 December 2019 – One pump motor refurbished and installed. Electrical work ongoing.
4 December 2019-Two damaged pump motors pulled for rehabilitation.
24 November 2019 – Three temporary pumps turned on, gravity flow gates to the Arkansas River are closed. Engineering and Design (E&D) work continues for rehabilitating the levee and pumping system. The team is still anticipating to be complete with the E&D process by early 2020.
13 November 2019 – TVA crews arrive onsite to restore access to pump station.
12 November 2019 – Contract with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for initial repairs to pump station.
28 October 2019 – Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 First Quarter Flood Supplemental funding received by USACE SWL.
17 June 2019 – An initial site damage assessment was completed by the USACE Little Rock District (SWL) team. From this initial assessment, the team has determined that there were damages to the levee system that are eligible for repair.