Programs & Project Management

The programs and project management division is responsible for project management and general oversight for all district work, including water resources projects, project operation and maintenance, support to other agencies and military projects or programs.

The division:

  • Develops and supports the district's civil works annual and multi-year programs and
  • Develops mission and work requirements, and prepares project schedules and funding needs.
  • Through active monitoring of project progress and costs, the division ensures the district meets its project goals.
  • Works with the district's project teams to define customer needs and commitments and ensure that the district’s products meet customers' expectations.

The programs and project management division is responsible for managing the district's civil works and military programs.

For more information, please call (651) 290-5755.


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
St. Paul District
Programs & Project Management

332 Minnesota St., Suite E1500
St. Paul, MN 55101

(651) 290-5755

Civil Works Public Notices

City of Cando Sewer and Water Improvements
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is seeking comments on the draft Environmental Assessment, or EA, for the city of Cando, North Dakota, water and sewer improvement project located in Towner County, North Dakota.
Date of Expiration: 05/21/2024
NESP Upper Mississippi River Mooring Facilities
The Corps is seeking public input on the locations, construction, and future barge use of the proposed mooring facilities. Specifically, the Corps is seeking information on existing significant resources or other environmental, historical, and cultural concerns associated with the Project. The Corps will use the public input to help guide Project decision making. To fulfill the National Environmental Policy Act requirements, the Corps will document and address the public input in an environmental assessment (EA). When the draft EA is complete it will be made available for another public input opportunity.
Date of Expiration: 04/06/2024
Continuing Authorities Program Section 205 Flood Risk Management, City of Arcadia, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin - Modifications to Reach 1
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), St. Paul District is currently designing a flood risk management project in the city of Arcadia, Wisconsin.
Date of Expiration: 02/19/2024
Upper St. Anthony Falls Outgrant Environmental Assessment
The proposed alternative would involve the issuance of an outgrant consisting of a lease for a 5.2 acre section of the USAFLD property to Owámniyomni Okhódayapi (formerly Friends of the Falls or FOF), a qualified non-profit organization for a period of up to 25 years.
Date of Expiration: 12/31/2023
Programmatic Agreement for UMRR, HREP, NESP programs
The Corps of Engineers has determined due to the nature of the Upper Mississippi River Restoration (UMRR) and Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP), their generally shared multi-state geographic region and similar authorized purposes and undertakings, that a combined Programmatic Agreement is needed to clarify review procedures, improve consistency, consultation, and accountability in fulfilling its responsibilities to comply with Section 106 of the NHPA pursuant to 36 CFR § 800.14.
Date of Expiration: 01/01/2024
City of Aneta Water and Sewer Improvement Project
The purpose of the proposed action is to update the water and sewer systems in the city of Aneta. The project, to be undertaken by the city of Aneta, would consist of removing and replacing 44 blocks of existing cast iron water mains and services and installing new PVC pipes by open trench method and by horizontal directional drilling (trenchless) method of construction. The project also includes rehabilitation of 48 blocks of vitrified clay sewer mains by relining with cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP), which is a trenchless method of construction. The project will also replace water services, gate valves, non-working curb stops, rehabilitate manholes, restore pavement, hydrants, complete miscellaneous concrete repairs, and final site stabilization. Steel casing will need to be bored under the BNSF railroad tracks to allow for installation of the new water main looping which will provide a second connection to the northeast portion of the city.
Date of Expiration: 12/18/2023
City of Ogilvie Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements
The city of Ogilvie, Minnesota, is proposing to improve its wastewater treatment facility by converting its current trickling filter facility to an activated sludge system.
Date of Expiration: 10/31/2023
Lower Sioux Indian Community Riverbank Stabilization
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is seeking public comments on the draft Environmental Assessment, or EA, for a planned Lower Sioux Indian Community bank stabilization project in Redwood County, Minnesota, within the Lower Sioux Indian Community on the Minnesota River.
Date of Expiration: 09/30/2023
Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Phases MI-6, MI-7, MI-8 and MI-9
The Souris River Joint Board (SRJB; the “requester”) is pursuing a plan to reduce future flood risks throughout the U.S. portions of the Souris River Basin by constructing a series of new levees, floodwalls, and other flood risk-reduction features. This plan has become known locally as the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP). The MREFPP would be constructed and permitted in a number of stages over the course of multiple decades, depending on available funding.
Date of Expiration: 07/28/2023
Mississippi River Pool 6 Draft Dredged Material Management Plan
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, is seeking comments on its updated draft dredged material management plan and integrated Environmental Assessment, or EA, for the Mississippi River’s Pool 6.