Water management web page down for maintenance

By Tracy Robillard, Public Affairs Specialist

The water management web page for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District is experiencing technical difficulties and will be unavailable due to unplanned maintenance. Our team is working diligently to resolve the problem.

Many readers use this page for current reservoir levels. We anticipate the site could be down for several weeks; however, we will inform the public of any status updates via Balancing the Basin.

For those interested in reservoir levels, that information is updated daily on the U.S. Geological Survey website.

The Savannah District will continue to post that information daily on its official social media sites (Facebook and Twitter). We encourage subscribers to follow us on these sites to continue receiving updates. To access our Facebook page, visit http://facebook.com/savannahcorps or log-in to Facebook and search “Savannah District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.”

To follow us on Twitter, visit www.twitter.com/savannahcorps or log-in to Twitter and search “SavannahCorps.”

If you’d like to receive Twitter updates from us via text message, text “Follow SavannahCorps” to “40404”. Data rates apply based on phone service plan. You can turn off Twitter notifications at any time by texting “Stop” to 40404. You do not need to have a Twitter account to receive text updates.

Additionally, while the public water management site is down, we will post the weekly declaration and 10-week projections every Wednesday on Balancing the Basin. Please check back on Wednesdays for the latest information.

If you’d like additional updates or information on current lake levels, precipitation, generation schedules, or more, please contact the Corporate Communications Office at 912-652-5279.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

About U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District oversees a multimillion dollar military construction program at 11 Army and Air Force installations in Georgia and North Carolina. We also manage water resources across the Coastal Georgia region, including maintenance dredging of the Savannah and Brunswick harbors; operation of three hydroelectric dams and reservoirs along the upper Savannah River; and administration of an extensive stream and wetland permitting and mitigation program within the state of Georgia. Follow us on Twitter @SavannahCorps and on Facebook.com/SavannahCorps
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