Project partnering and project cooperation agreements

Per section 2003(c) of WRDA 2007, each district will make available on the district's public web site a copy of each signed project partnership agreement executed on or after November 8, 1997. This requirement applies to project partnership agreements/project cooperation agreements for all water resources projects specifically authorized by Congress and for those implemented under the Continuing Authorities Program authorities and regional authorities that do not require any additional authorization to implement a project. For any covered agreement that has been amended, the copy posted will include all executed amendments. This requirement is not applicable to feasibility cost sharing agreements, design agreements, watershed agreements, Planning Assistance to States agreements, or agreements for work under the environmental infrastructure authorities.

Agreements

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Section 2003(c) of WRDA 2007 further amends Section 221 of the Flood Control Act of 1970 to add a new subsection (g) (42 U.S.C. 1962d-5b(g)) which provides that each district engineer shall make available, including on the Internet, partnership agreements for all water resources development projects in their district that were executed within the preceeding 10 years of enactment of WRDA 2007 as well as those agreements executed since the enactment of WRDA 2007. [Complete document]


THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 9th day of July, 1999, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and Aitkin County, Minnesota, represented by Chairman, Aitkin County Board. WHEREAS, the Aitkin County, County State-Aid Highway 10, Minnesota, was approved for construction by the Division Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on 10 May 1999 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 1st day of July, 2002, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District (hereinafter the "District Engineer") and the City of Appleton, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by the Mayor of the City of Appleton. WHEREAS, the Pomme De Terre River Emergency Bank Protection Project at Appleton, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Project") was approved for construction by Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on 23 January 2002 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r; WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for construction of the Pomme De Terre River Emergency Bank Protection Project, as defined in Article I.A. of this Agreement; [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 3lst day of May, 2000, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government”), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District (hereinafter the "District Engineer"), and the Sheyenne River Joint Water Resource District (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by the Chairman. WHEREAS, construction of the Sheyenne River, North Dakota Project, was authorized by Section 401 (a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662 (hereinafter the "Authorized Project"). [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 29th day of September, 2005 by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and Chippewa County, represented by the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners. WHEREAS, the Chippewa River at Big Bend Lutheran Church Emergency Streambank Protection Project at Big Bend Township, Minnesota was approved for construction by the Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on May 24, 2004 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT entered into this 13th day of September 1992, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, l represented by the U. S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and Blue Earth County, Minnesota represented by Chairman, Blue Earth. County Board and County Administrator, Blue Earth County. WHEREAS, the County State-Aid Highway 28, Blue Earth County, Minnesota, Emergency Streambank Protection Project was approved for construction by the Division Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on September 7, 1999, pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THIS AMENDMENT NO. 1 is entered into this 10th day of November, 2004, by and between the Department of the Army (hereinafter the "Government'), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District, and the City of Breckenridge, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor''), represented by its Mayor. WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor entered into a Project Cooperation Agreement on August 15, 2002 (hereinafter the "Agreement"), for construction of the FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT ON RED RIVER OF THE NORTH AT BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA (hereinafter the "Project"); WHEREAS, Section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662, as amended, specifies the cost sharing requirements applicable to the Project; WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Army is authorized, in his discretion, to accept and expend contributed funds for authorized flood control work, whenever such work and expenditure is recommended by the Chief of Engineers as advantageous in the public interest under 33 U.S.C. 701 h. [Complete document]

THIS AMENDMENT NO. 1 is entered into this 10th day, November, 2004, by and between the Department of the Army (hereinafter the "Government'), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District, and the City of Breckenridge, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor''}, represented by its Mayor. WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor entered into a Project Cooperation Agreement on August 15, 2002 (hereinafter the "Agreement"), for construction of the FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT ON RED RIVER OF THE NORTH AT BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA (hereinafter the "Project"); WHEREAS, Section 103 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662, as amended, specifies the cost sharing requirements applicable to the Project; WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Army is authorized, in his discretion, to accept and expend contributed funds for authorized flood control work, whenever such work and expenditure is recommended by the Chief of Engineers as advantageous in the public interest under 33 U.S.D. 701h.

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THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 10th day of August, 2002, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District, and the City of Breckenridge, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, construction of the Flood Control Project on Red River of the North at Breckenridge, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Authorized Project") was authorized by Section 320 of the Water Resources Development Act of2000, Public Law 106-541; WHEREAS, the Authorized Project consists of flood damage reduction features and incidental recreation and aesthetics features; WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for construction of the flood damage reduction features of the Authorized Project (hereinafter the "Project", as defined in Article LA. of this Agreement). [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 28th day of May, 2002, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and the City of Brooklyn Center, represented by the City Manager. WHEREAS, the Emergency Streambank Protection Project at river mile 861 on the Mississippi River in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota was approved for construction by Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on 6 March 2002 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 19th day of March 2001, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the District Engineer for the St. Paul District, and the City of Crookston, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor") represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, construction of the Red Lake River at Crookston, Minnesota was authorized by Section 101(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999, Public Law 106-53 (hereinafter the "Authorized Project"); WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for construction of the Red Lake River at Crookston, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Project", as defined in Article I.A. of this Agreement). [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 27th day of Sept., 2002, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S Army Engineer, St. Paul District (hereinafter the "District Engineer.'), and the City of Crookston, Minnesota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor") represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, construction of the Red Lake River at Crookston. Minnesota, was authorized by Section 101(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1999, Public Law 106-53 (hereinafter the ''Authorized Project"). [Complete document]

THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 6th day of July, 2011, by and between the Department of the Army presented by the District Engineer, St. Paul District and Hennepin County, represented by the Chairperson of the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Section 14 - Crow River Stabilization Project for emergency streambank and shoreline protection  adjacent to Hennepin County State Aid Highway No. 50 in the City oflndependence, Minnesota was approved by Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on April 4, 2011 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 79-526, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701 r [Complete Document]

RELATED: Crow River Emergency Streambank Protection construction authorization memorandum, April 12, 2011 [Complete Document]


THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 26th day of October, 2007, and between the Department of the Army, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the City of Dawson, Minnesota, represented by the Mayor of the City of Dawson. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Dawson, Minnesota Section 205 Flood Control Project for flood damage reduction at the West Branch of the Lac Qui Parle River in Dawson, Minnesota was approved by Chief, District Support Team, St. Louis, Rock Island, St. Paul, Mississippi Valley Division on September 17, 2007, pursuant to the authority contained in Section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948, Public Law 80-858, as amended 33 U.S.C. 701s. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 28th day of July, 2003, by and between the Department of the Army, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, represented by the Secretary of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Army completed construction of the Eau Galle
River Reservoir and Channel Improvement for Flood Control in 1969. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 24th day of February, 2010, by and between the Department of the Army, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and Sherburne County, represented by the County Administrator. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Section 14 Emergency Streambank Protection Project for Sherburne County Highway 35 for emergency stream bank and shoreline protection at Elk River, Minnesota, was approved by the St. Louis/Rock Island/St. PaulDistrict Support Team, Mississippi Valley Division on January 29, 2010 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 79-526, as amended 33 U.S.C. 701r [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 2nd day of April, 2008, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the City of Fargo, North Dakota, represented by its Mayor. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Fargo-Ridgewood Flood Damage Reduction Project, at Fargo, North Dakota was approved for construction by the Chief of the District Support Team, Mississippi Valley Division, on September 8, 2005, pursuant to the authority contained in Section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948, to provide flood protection for the Ridgewood area. [Complete Document]
This agreement is entered into this 10th day of August, 2000, by and between the DEPARTMENT OFTHE ARMY represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District (hereinafter the "District Engineer) and the City of Fargo, North Dakota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by the Mayor, City of Fargo. WHEREAS, The Fargo, North Dakota Reach A (hereinafter the "Project") was approved for construction by the Division Commander, Mississippi Valley Division on June 19, 2000 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENTis entered into this 16 day of February, 2001, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and the City of Fargo, North Dakota, represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, this Project is authorized by Section 206 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996, Public Law 104-303; WHEREAS, Section 206 authorizes the Secretary of the Army to cany out an aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection project if the Secretary determines that the project will improve the quality of the environment, is in the public interest, and is cost-effective; WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for implementation of the Red River of the North Fishways, North Dakota and Minnesota Project. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 28th day of July , 2003, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and the City of Fargo, North Dakota, represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, this Project is authorized by Section 206 of .the Water Resources Development Act of 1996, Public Law 104-303, as amended; WHEREAS, Section 206 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1996, Public Law 104-303, as amended, authorizes the Secretary of the Army to carry out an aquatic ecosystem restoration and protection project if the Secretary determines that the project will improve the quality of the environment, is in the public interest, and is cost-effective; WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for implementation of the Red River of the North Fishway, South Dam. [Complete Document]

THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 11th day of July, 2016, by and between the Department of the Army (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works); and the City of Fargo, North Dakota, represented by its Mayor; the City of Moorhead, Minnesota, represented by its Mayor and Interim City Manager; and the Metro Flood Diversion Authority, represented by its Chair and two Deputy Executive Directors (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Non-Federal Sponsors").

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THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 11th day of October, 2011, by and between the Department of the Army, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the State Historical Society of North Dakota, represented by its Director. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Fort Abercrombie Section 14 Project for emergency streambank and shoreline protection at Abercrombie, North Dakota was approved by the Commander, Mississippi Valley Division, on August 24, 2011 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 79-526, as amended 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THIS AMENDMENT NO. 1 is entered into this 29th day of December 2004, by and between the Department of the Army (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District, and the City of Grand Forks, North Dakota (hereinafter "Grand Forks") represented by the Mayor and the City Auditor, and the City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota (hereinafter "East Grand Forks"), represented by the Mayor and the Clerk-Treasurer {hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Non-Federal Sponsors"). WHEREAS, the Government and the Non-Federal Sponsors entered into a Project Cooperation Agreement on January 31, 2000 (hereinafter the "Agreement"), for construction of the GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA AND EAST GRAND FORKS, MINNESOTA FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION AND RECREATION PROJECT (hereinafter the "Project"). [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 31 January day of 2000, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the Assistant Secretary of the Anny (Civil Works), and the City of Grand Forks, North Dakota (hereinafter "Grand Forks") represented by the Mayor and the City Auditor, and the City of East Grand Forks, Minnesota (hereinafter "East Grand Forks"), represented by the Mayor and the Clerk-Treasurer (hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Non-Federal Sponsors"). WHEREAS, construction of the Grand Forks, North Dakota and East Grand Forks, Minnesota project for flood damage reduction and recreation was authorized by Section 137 of the Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 1999, Public Law 105-277, dated October 21,1998, subject to completion of a favorable report of the Chief of Engineers not later than December 31, 1998. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 25th day of_April, 2000, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), and the City of Grafton, North Dakota represented by its Mayor, and the City of Park River, North Dakota represented by its Mayor (hereinafter jointly referred to as the "Non-Federal Sponsors"). WHEREAS, construction of the Homme Lake, North Dakota at Walsh County, North Dakota about 2 miles west of Park River, ND was authorized by Flood Control Act of 1944; WHEREAS, pursuant to the assurances for local cooperation dated 6 January 1947, the Non-Federal Sponsors agreed to share in the costs of constructing Homme Lake. [Complete document]

THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 19th day of August 2008, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Atmy Engineer, St. Paul District and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District represented by its board president. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Minnehaha Creek WPA Walls for emergency stream bank and shoreline protection at Minneapolis, Minnesota was approved by the Chief, District Support Team, St. Louis, Rock Island, St. Paul, Mississippi Valley Division on June 17, 2008 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 ofthe Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 79-526, as amended 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete document]


 

THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 17th day of August 2007, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the City of Montevideo, represented by the Mayor and the City Manager. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Montevideo, Minnesota, Section 205 Flood Control Project for flood damage reduction at the Minnesota and Chippewa Rivers in Montevideo, Minnesota, was approved the Commander, Mississippi Valley Division, on November 7, 2003, pursuant to the authority contained in Section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948, Public Law 80-858, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701s. [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 11th day of October, 2000, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District and the Minnesota-Wisconsin Boundary Area Commission, represented by the Executive Director. WHEREAS, the Secretary of the Army completed construction of the Mississippi River 9-Foot Navigation Channel Project, as defined in Article I.A. of this Agreement in 1940 [Complete Document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 20th day of September, 2004, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer for the St. Paul District, and the State of lowa, (hereinafter the "Local Sponsor"), represented by the Director, Iowa Department of Natural Resources. WHEREAS, construction of the Pool Slough Wetland Complex Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project at Pool 9, Mississippi River, Allamakee County, Iowa, was approved under the terms of the Upper Mississippi River System Environmental Management Program, as authorized by Section 1103(e) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662, as amended. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into 15th day of June 2009, by and between the Department of the Anny (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and City of Roseau, Mim1esota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by its Mayor. WHEREAS, construction of the Roseau River, Roseau, Minnesota Project for flood risk management and recreation (hereinafter the "Project", as defined in Article I.A. of this Agreement) at Roseau, Minnesota was authorized by Section 1001(27) of the Water Resources Development Act of2007, Public Law 110-114. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 22nd day of October 22, 2007, by and between the Department of the Army represented by the US Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the City of Satiell, Minnesota, represented by the Mayor. WHEREAS, design and construction of the Sartell Section 14 Project for emergency streambank and shoreline protection at Sartell, Miilllesota in Stearns County was approved by District Support Team, St. Louis, Rock Island, St. Paul, Mississippi Valley Division on 17 September, 2007 pursuant to the authority contained in Section 14 of the Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 79-526, as amended 33 U.S.C. 701r. [Complete Document]
THlS AGREEMENT is entered into this 12th day of June, 2002, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District and the City of Wahpeton, North Dakota, represented by the Mayor of the City of Wahpeton. WHEREAS, the Wahpeton, North Dakota, Section 205 Local Flood Reduction Project Red River of the North was approved for construction by MVD memorandum of February 7, 2001 which approved the Detailed Project Report and Environmental Assessment for this project pursuant to the authority contained in Section 205 of the Flood Control Act of 1948, as amended, 33 U.S.C. 701s. [Complete Document]
THIS AMENDMENT is entered into this 21st day of July, 2008 by and between the Department of the Army (hereinafter the "Government, represented by the U.S. Army Engineer, St. Paul District (hereinafter the "District Engineer") and the City of Wahpeton, North Dakota (hereinafter the "Non-Federal Sponsor"), represented by the Mayor of the City of Wahpeton. WITNESSETH, THAT: WHEREAS, the Wahpeton, North Dakota- Section 205 Local Flood Reduction Project- Red River of the North (hereinafter the "Project") was approved for construction by the Commander, Mississippi Valley Division, by memorandum of February 7, 2001 which approved the Detailed Project Report (hereinafter the "DPR") and Environmental Assessment for this project pursuant to the authority contained. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT, entered into this 30th day of October, 2002, by and between THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, (hereinafter referred to as the "Government") acting by and through the District Engineer, St. Paul District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Wild Rice Watershed District, (hereinafter referred to as the "Local Sponsor") acting by and through Warren Seykora, President, Wild Rice Watershed District. WHEREAS, the Government is authorized to assist in the repair or restoration of flood control improvements threatened or destroyed by recent floods pursuant to Public Law 99, 84th Congress, and, WHEREAS, the Sponsor has requested, in writing, the Government to repair or restore certain flood control works or Federally authorized hurricane or shore protective structure damaged by recent flooding or coastal storms in accordance with Public Law 99, 84th Congress and established policies of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; and, WHEREAS, the work to be undertaken (hereinafter referred to as the Project) is described in a report entitled "Project Information Report, Norman County, Minnesota," prepared by the District Engineer, U.S. Army Engineer District St. Paul, dated September 20, 2002 and approved by the Division Engineer on September 24, 2002. [Complete document]
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this day of 4th December 2001, by and between the DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY (hereinafter the "Government"), represented by the District Engineer for the St. Paul District, and the STATE OF WISCONSIN (hereinafter the "Local Sponsor"), represented by the Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. WHEREAS, construction of the Ambrough Slough Habitat  Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project at Pool I 0, Crawford County, Wisconsin was approved under the terms of the Upper Mississippi River System Environmental Management Program, as authorized by Section 1103(e) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662, as amended; WHEREAS, the Government and the Local Sponsor desire to enter into a Project Cooperation Agreement for construction ofthe Gremore Lake feature of the Ambrough Slough Habitat Rehabilitation and Enhancement Project at Pool 10, Mississippi River, Crawford County, Wisconsin (hereinafter the "Project, as defined in Article I.A. of this Agreement); [Complete document]