US Army Corps of Engineers
St. Paul District

Value to the Nation

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This 12-page booklet highlights the
value St. Paul District's missions
bring to the nation.

St. Paul District Public Affairs

The public affairs office is the initial contact for the media for information about the St. Paul District and its programs, policies, operations and activities. The public affairs office manages the district’s public information, command information and community outreach programs. The public affairs office serves in direct support of the district’s commander. Staff members publish the district’s publication, Crosscurrents and prepares other information products for both internal and external audiences. The public affairs office supports the district in a wide variety of other activities, including the management of the district’s internet and social media presence. Staff members are also members of the External Affairs Planning and Response Team, a Corps-wide public affairs team that supports emergency response and recovery missions.

Latest News Releases

Latest News

High water and concerns for safety prompt closure at Lock and Dam 4
The U.S.Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is closing Lock and Dam 4, in Alma, Wisconsin, to recreational vessels.
Published: 4/19/2019
Corps of Engineers Chief approves Minot, North Dakota, flood project
The Mouse River Flood Protection Plan received a major boost April 16 when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Chief of Engineers signed the Chief’s Report, endorsing the Corps’ Final Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment on this project.
Published: 4/17/2019
Corps of Engineers seeks public input on Mississippi River master plan
ST. PAUL, Minn. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is revising its Upper
Published: 4/16/2019

Contact Public Affairs

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
St. Paul District
Public Affairs Office
180 5th St. E., Suite 700
St. Paul, MN 55101
Phone: (651) 290-5807
Fax: (651) 290-5752
cemvp-pa@usace.army.mil 

Latest Edition

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Spring 2017