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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Storm Damage Recovery

 

Jacksonville District Work in Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands

Categories of Work

 

Categories of Work

Location

Project Name

Brief Description

Status

Operations and Maintenance – short term repairs *

Arecibo

Arecibo Harbor

Removal of storm-induced shoaling and debris

Ongoing

Puerto Rico

Mayaquez Harbor

Removal of storm-induced shoaling and debris

Ongoing

* Class III projects: $80 million District total; funds may be prioritized for emergency use in future storm events

Flood Control and Coastal Emergency (FCCE) – short term repairs

San Juan

Rio Puerto Nuevo

Removal of storm-induced shoaling and debris

Ongoing; $8.2 million

Construction – long term repairs

Arecibo

Rio Grande de Arecibo

Flood risk reduction

Ongoing; $82.9 million

Gurabo and Caguas

Rio Grande de Loiza

Flood risk reduction

Ongoing; $250 million

San German, Hormigueros, and Mayaguez

Rio Guanajibo at Mayaguez

Flood risk reduction

$60 million

Dorado, Toa Baja, and Toa Alta

Rio de La Plata

Flood risk reduction

Ongoing; $500 million

El Coco, Salinas and Playa de Salinas

Rio Nigua at Salinas

Flood risk reduction

$60 million

San Juan

Rio Puerto Nuevo

Flood risk reduction

Ongoing; $1,552 million

Studies (Investigations) – long term

South Atlantic

South Atlantic Coastal Study

To help identify and reduce coastal vulnerability; North Carolina to Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands

$16 million

Multiple Locations

Puerto Rico

Coastal Storm Risk Reduction Study

$3 million

Ciales

Rio Grande de Manati

Flood Risk Reduction Study

$1.2 million

Aguadilla and Aguada

Rio Culebrinas

Flood Risk Reduction Study

$400,000

Guayanilla

Rio Guayanilla

Flood Risk Reduction Study

$3 million

San Juan

Metro Area

Coastal Storm Risk Reduction Study

$3 million

U.S. Virgin Islands

Savan Gut, St. Thomas

Flood Risk Reduction Study

$400,000

U.S. Virgin Islands

Turpentine Run, St. Thomas

Flood Risk Reduction Study

$400,000

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