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Missouri River Water Management

Missouri River Water Management News

Weekly Missouri Basin flood response update for key stakeholders - June 20
6/21/2019
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency and water management officials held a call June 20 to communicate to Midwest Congressional representatives, Tribal, state and local government officials...
Weekly Missouri Basin flood response update for key stakeholders - June 13
6/14/2019
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency and water management officials held a call June 13 to communicate to Midwest Congressional representatives, Tribal, state and local government officials...
Spillway flows at Garrison Dam scheduled for Monday, June 17
6/12/2019
As releases are being increased to a targeted 46,000 cubic feet per second from the Garrison Dam, in Riverdale, North Dakota, some flows will be transferred to the spillway beginning on Monday, June...
Corps communicates basin conditions and flood response to key stakeholders
6/7/2019
As part of the ongoing commitment to communicate to Midwest Congressional representatives, Tribal, state and local government officials (including levee sponsors and emergency managers), the U.S. Army...
Widespread rainfall leads to continued high runoff; Gavins Point releases to remain at high levels for the summer and fall
6/5/2019 UPDATED
Much-above average runoff in the upper Missouri River basin (above Sioux City, Iowa) extended into May following widespread and heavy rainfall in South Dakota and Nebraska. Additionally, widespread...
Gavins Point releases will step up to 75,000 cfs this weekend
5/30/2019
Releases from Gavins Point Dam will increase by 5,000 cubic feet per second Saturday, June 1 to 75,000 cfs.Releases were increased to 70,000 cfs on Wednesday. “Runoff into the upper Missouri River...
Corps announces incremental release increases from Gavins Point Dam due to continued high inflows
5/28/2019
Releases from Gavins Point Dam will increase by 5,000 cubic feet per second today (May 28) and an additional 5,000 cfs tomorrow. Over the last seven days, rainfall over much of Nebraska, South Dakota...