District Headquarters Announcements

2017 Intercom: Responding to National Emergencies
2017 Intercom
2017 Intercom: Responding to National Emergencies
The Walla Walla District operates and maintains multi-purpose infrastructure assets, and plans and executes engineering and water resource services across the Inland Northwest and the Nation to safely maximize public and environmental benefits.
Who is the Walla Walla District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
The Walla Walla District operates and maintains multi-purpose infrastructure assets, and plans and executes engineering and water resource services across the Inland Northwest and the Nation to safely maximize public and environmental benefits.
Intercom Online - WallaWalla.armylive.dodlive.mil 
USACE Walla Walla is changing the way employees get information. The Intercom has historically been a print magazine with very limited online presence, but we are turning that on its head. With the help of all the amazing Walla Walla Corps employees we have created the Intercom Online. This online news source is the command’s commitment to BUILDING STRONG® community ties by providing timely and accurate information to its employees. We invite all employees, families and friends to visit us and take a look around, keep it bookmarked and of course send your stories, photos or ideas for stories to CENWW-PA@USACE.ARMY.MIL or the Editor, Jennifer McFadden Allen, at Jennifer.m.mcfadden@usace.army.mil.
Intercom Online Available NOW!
WallaWalla.armylive.dodlive.mil We have created the Intercom Online, an online news source for the command’s commitment to BUILDING STRONG® community ties by providing timely and accurate information to its employees. We invite you all to visit us,take a look around, and send your stories, photos or ideas for stories to CENWW-PA@USACE.ARMY.MIL.
The Mill Creek Flood Control Project was completed in 1942 and included levees along the improved Mill Creek channel to provide flood protection for the City of Walla Walla. Currently, the Mill Creek Project levees fail to comply with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers vegetation standards used to ensure reliability, resiliency and operability of levee, floodwall, and dam projects nationwide.
Mill Creek Levee Maintenance
The Mill Creek Flood Control Project was completed in 1942 and included levees along the improved Mill Creek channel to provide flood protection for the City of Walla Walla. Currently, the Mill Creek Project levees fail to comply with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers vegetation standards used to ensure reliability, resiliency and operability of levee, floodwall, and dam projects nationwide.
Earth Day was created to promote awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is marking the 43rd Earth Day with many celebrations.
Celebrate Earth Day!
Earth Day was created to promote awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is marking the 43rd Earth Day with many celebrations.

FY2018 Flood Risk Management

18-027 Dworshak Dam discharge flows to decrease to 8,500 c.f.s. - March 26, 2018 

District Headquarters Facebook Post - March 29, 2018
new post/infographic - NOAA-NWS Flood Awareness Week promo “Flash Flood Safety” 

District Headquarters Facebook Post - March 28, 2018
“How Much Rain Can Cause Flash Flooding in Your Area?”

Facebook Post - March 28, 2018
@LowerGraniteDam “Don’t Underestimate the Power of Water”

Facebook Post - March 28, 2018
@Dworshakdam “Turn Around, Don’t Drown” 

District Headquarters Facebook Post - March 27, 2018
new post/infographic - NOAA-NWS Flood Awareness Week promo “Warning or Watch” 

Joint News Release- March 23, 2018
Boise River flow continues to increase next week

Joint News Release- March 19, 2018
Boise River flows set to increase 

18-016 Dworshak increases flow discharge to 20,000 c.f.s. - Feb. 16, 2108

Facebook Post - Feb. 14, 2018
@Dworshakdam fast-breaking announcement re: DWA flow changes; photo.

Facebook Post - Feb. 9, 2018 
@LuckyPeakDam Announcement regarding irrigators filling the diversion pool for the New York Canal; photo.

18-007 Dworshak increases flow discharge to 12,500 c.f.s. – Feb. 7, 2018

Facebook Post - Feb. 7, 2018 
@Dworshakdam fast-breaking announcement regarding Dworshak flow changes; photo.

Facebook Post - Feb. 6, 2018 
@Dworshakdam flow changes; 2 photos.

Facebook Post - Feb. 5, 2018 
@Millcreekdam Status update regarding: FRM diversion

Facebook Post - Feb. 4, 2018 
@Millcreekdam FRM diversion; provided gage 

Facebook Post - Feb. 4, 2018 
@Millcreekdam Diversion to Bennington Lake begins; photo

Facebook Post - Feb. 4, 2018 
@Millcreekdam FRM diversion to Bennington Lake likely

18-005 Dworshak Dam discharge flows to increase today – Feb. 2, 2018

Facebook Post - Jan. 2, 2018
@Millcreekdam - Ranger Update - The Mill Creek Staff have begun releasing the flood waters from Bennington Lake into Russell Creek.

Facebook Post - Dec. 30, 2017

@Millcreekdam - Video Update - The water in Mill Creek is receding and we can safely open up our trails again!

Facebook Post - Dec. 30, 2017
@Millcreekdam - Ranger Update - Mill Creek flows may be starting to level out

Facebook Post - Dec. 30, 2017
@Millcreekdam - Video Update - Roads and trails are closed for public safety at Mill Creek Dam and Bennington Lake

Facebook Post - Dec. 29, 2017
@WallaWallaUSACE - Video Update - Roads and trails are closed for public safety at Mill Creek Dam and Bennington Lake

Facebook Post - Dec. 29, 2017
@Millcreekdam - Fast-breaking Alert - Roads and trails are closed for public safety at Mill Creek Dam and Bennington Lake


Facebook Post - Feb. 4, 2018 

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