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Baltimore District Project Fact Sheets and Pages

Welcome to the Baltimore District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Project Portal with access to our projects’ Congressional fact sheets. These fact sheets provide an overview of the project, status of current and future work, funding information, benefits to our region and the nation, and more. Some of our major projects have their own pages, and the link will take you directly to that page. 

It is our goal to deliver sustainable water resource solutions through the use of innovative tools and in collaboration with our partners and stakeholders. Our workforce is competent, disciplined, resilient and is equipped to deliver high-quality engineering solutions.

Our projects are organized by state and then alphabetically under project type (hover over the project type to expand the list), and are updated annually following presentation of the President's budget, which generally occurs in early February. The specifics in the fact sheet are current the date they are published, and the information may change.  To obtain the most current information, or if you have project-specific questions, please contact the individual project managers available on the project's fact sheet. To learn more about these project types, please hover over Missions in the header.

If you have government affairs questions or require project capability information, please call 410-962-4567.

In addition, the Project Maps icon in the upper right will take you to sets of state maps identifying the locations of our projects. You can also view the project maps by state by clicking on the state name below.

Note: The capability estimate for each study or project is the Corps estimate for the most amount of funding that could be obligated efficiently during the fiscal year. However, each capability estimate is made without reference to the availability of manpower, equipment, and other resources across the Army Civil Works program, so the sum of the capability estimates exceeds the amount that the Corps actually could obligate in a single fiscal year. The budget allocates funding among studies and projects on a performance basis in a manner that will enable the Corps to use that funding effectively. Furthermore, the overall funding level proposed in the budget for the Army Civil Works program reflects the Administration's assessment of national priorities in view of the range of potential private and public uses of funds. Consequently, while the Corps could obligate additional funds for some studies and projects, offsetting reductions within the Army Civil Works program would be required to maintain overall budgetary objectives.

Surrounding District Projects:
Philadelphia District Projects
New York District Projects
Norfolk District Projects
Buffalo District Projects
Huntington District Projects
Pittsburgh District Projects

New York

Delaware (map)

West Virginia

Washington D.C.

Maryland

Pennsylvania

Virginia