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Corps of Engineers awards contract to dredge Lower Wicomico River
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Baltimore District, has awarded a $13.5 million contract
Army Corps announces Tioga-Hammond Lambs Creek Recreation Area Hunting Closure Dates for Mansfield University Special Events
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, will temporarily close the Lambs Creek Recreation Area for hunting, in conjunction with upcoming Mansfield University cross country races. Access to the Lambs Creek Boat Launch will remain open. The closure will be effective on the following dates:
Gate openings, guidelines announced for 2022, 2023 Raystown Hunting Seasons
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) at Raystown Lake announces the opening of the following access roads to accommodate upcoming hunting seasons.
Partial Closure of Raystown Lake for Dam Maintenance
Beginning September 12, 2022, the area of Raystown Lake downstream of Mile Marker 1 will be closed to all boat traffic to allow construction workers to safely perform underwater and surface work on portions of Raystown Dam’s mechanical equipment.