US Army Corps of Engineers
Albuquerque District

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  • November

    Focus on Regulatory: Box Creek Reservoir

    The Southern Colorado Regulatory Branch has been evaluating a request by the city of Aurora for an approved jurisdictional determination. The request is for an approximate 1,388-acre site known as the historic Hallenbeck Ranch.
  • September

    Regulatory Division: Protecting the Waters of the United States

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Regulatory Division has the authority to protect the Waters of the United States. As part of this authority, anyone, or any entity, who wishes to put anything into U.S. waters that might introduce material into the river, needs to obtain a Section 404 Permit from the Corps.
  • February

    Regulator Receives Earth Science Achievement Award

    On Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, Marcy Leavitt, branch chief of the Texas/New Mexico Regulatory Division in the District, was the recipient of the 2014 New Mexico Earth Science Achievement Award.
  • December

    District Regulator Receives Two Awards for Water Work

    Marcy Leavitt, Texas/New Mexico Branch Chief of the Albuquerque District’s Regulatory Division, recently received two honors recognizing her work that has helped protect not just water quality, but also watersheds and headwaters – precious resources in an arid state.