James Dalton, SES Director, USACE Civil Works visited various Oahu Civil Works Projects Aug. 8, 2018, discussing topics like existing site conditions for detention basins associated with the Ala Wai Canal Project and the importance of Honolulu Harbor to the State economy and view the harbor. Leading the visit was Michael Wyatt, Chief, Civil, and Public Works Branch, Programs and Project Management Division, Jeff Herzog, Project Manager, and Nani Shimabuku, Operations and Maintenance Program Manager.
James Dalton, SES Director, USACE Civil Works visit.
James Dalton, SES Director, USACE Civil Works visited various Oahu Civil Works Projects Aug. 8, 2018, discussing topics like existing site conditions for detention basins associated with the Ala Wai Canal Project and the importance of Honolulu Harbor to the State economy and view the harbor. Leading the visit was Michael Wyatt, Chief, Civil, and Public Works Branch, Programs and Project Management Division, Jeff Herzog, Project Manager, and Nani Shimabuku, Operations and Maintenance Program Manager.
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region. For Hoyman's outstanding work and contributions, while commanding the Honolulu District, Hoyman received the Meritorious Service Medal and goes on to serve in Pacific Command's Logistics, Engineering, and Security Cooperation Directorate (J-44).
Honolulu District Change of Command
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region.
Honolulu District staff and family members eagerly began their morning June 8, with the 24th Annual Fun Run/Walk and Safety Day. Safety day plays a key role in promoting safety and health awareness to help reduce accidents and stay healthy. The event also included a morning of Bicycle Smoothies, Vision-Retina Screening and Stress Release Massages for those who attended.
Honolulu District 24th Annual Safety Day
Honolulu District staff and family members eagerly began their morning June 8, with the 24th Annual Fun Run/Walk and Safety Day. Safety day plays a key role in promoting safety and health awareness to help reduce accidents and stay healthy. The event also included a morning of Bicycle Smoothies, Vision-Retina Screening and Stress Release Massages for those who attended.
Captain Ken Porter, Honolulu District project manager, POD Command Sgt. Maj. Patrickson Toussaint and outgoing POD Command Sgt. Maj. Yolanda Tate listen as Honolulu District Chief of Civil Works Michael Wyatt discusses various project information during their visit to Puu Ualakaa State Park May 1, 2018.
Pacific Ocean Division CSM Toussaint Views Ala Wai Watershed
Honolulu District Chief, Civil Works Branch Mike Wyatt (second from right) discusses the Ala Wai Watershed project for new Pacific Ocean Division Command Sgt. Maj. Patrickson Toussaint ((second from left) at Puu Ualakaa State Park May 1. Listening (Left) is former POD CSM Yolanda Tate and Capt. Ken Porter, project manager.
Honolulu District  Executive Assistant Laureen Y. Spencer gives one final kick June 8, during the Honolulu Districts 24th Annual Fun Run/Walk and Safety Day.  The event plays a key role in promoting safety and health awareness to help reduce accidents and stay healthy.  The event also included a morning of Bicycle Smoothies, Vision-Retina Screening and Stress Release Massages for those who attended.
The 24th Annual Fun Run/Walk and Safety Day
Honolulu District Executive Assistant Laureen Y. Spencer gives one final kick June 8, during the Honolulu Districts 24th Annual Fun Run/Walk and Safety Day. The event plays a key role in promoting safety and health awareness to help reduce accidents and stay healthy.The event also included a morning of Bicycle Smoothies, Vision-Retina Screening and Stress Release Massages for those who attended.
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region. For Hoyman's outstanding work and contributions, while commanding the Honolulu District, Hoyman received the Meritorious Service Medal and goes on to serve in Pacific Command's Logistics, Engineering, and Security Cooperation Directorate (J-44).
Honolulu District Change of Command
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region. For Hoyman's outstanding work and contributions, while commanding the Honolulu District, Hoyman received the Meritorious Service Medal and goes on to serve in Pacific Command's Logistics, Engineering, and Security Cooperation Directorate (J-44).
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region. For Hoyman's outstanding work and contributions, while commanding the Honolulu District, Hoyman received the Meritorious Service Medal and goes on to serve in Pacific Command's Logistics, Engineering, and Security Cooperation Directorate (J-44).
Honolulu District Change of Command
Honolulu District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lt. Col. Kathryn P. Sanborn assumed command from Lt. Col. James D. Hoyman during the change of command ceremony July 20, 2018 at Fort Shafter's Palm Circle. Sanborn, the first female commander of Honolulu District (which was established in April 1905), will lead an organization of more than 300 engineers, scientists and support staff serving the Pacific Region. For Hoyman's outstanding work and contributions, while commanding the Honolulu District, Hoyman received the Meritorious Service Medal and goes on to serve in Pacific Command's Logistics, Engineering, and Security Cooperation Directorate (J-44).
Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Tom  Piazze led nearly 50 District employees and family members on a sunrise hike April 6 to the Makapu'u Lighthouse to celebrate the Districts 113th Birthday.
District Ohana Hike Makapu'u Trail to Celebrate 113th Birthday
Honolulu District Commander Lt. Col. James Hoyman and Deputy Commander Maj. Tom Piazze led nearly 50 District employees and family members on a sunrise hike April 6 to the Makapu'u Lighthouse to celebrate the Districts 113th Birthday.

Public Notices

Former Waikoloa Maneuver Area Evacuation Notice

8/14/2018
This is a public notification and informational handout concerning planned and on-going investigation and clean-up of unexploded ordnance (UXO) by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for work being conducted in the Ke Kumu `Ekahi, Ke Kumu `Elua, Ke Kumu `Ekolu, and portions of surrounding neighborhoods of Waikoloa Village (Area P).

2017 NATIONWIDE PERMITS (NWP) : MODIFICATION OF REGIONAL CONDITION 3 (ACREAGE LIMITATION)

7/26/2018
The 2017 Nationwide Permit (NWP) Regional Conditions for the Honolulu District (the District) were approved by the Pacific Ocean Division Commander on March 10, 2017 and went into effect on March 19, 2017. The District is proposing a change to regional condition 3 – Acreage Limitation as described below.

Public Notice for Emergency Procedures - Hawaii Heavy Rains 2018

6/5/2018
The purpose of this notice is to advise the public that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Honolulu District (the “District”), will initiate alternative permit application processing procedures in response to conditions resulting from heavy rains beginning on April 14, 2018 (hereafter referred to as “April 2018 Hawaii Heavy Rains”). These alternate procedures will be utilized for a period of 6 months from the date of this Notice, or November 05, 2018.

POH-2015-00221-extension

5/22/2018
UPDATE - Public Notice Comment period extended to July 4, 2018. Interested parties are hereby notified that an application has been received for a Department of the Army permit for certain work in waters of the United States as described below and shown on the attached drawings. The proposed project is located in the Lahaina Small Boat Harbor and Pacific Ocean at 20.871932°, -156.678821°, TMKs (2) 4-6-001:002, 003, and 014 at 675 Wharf Street, Lahaina, Island of Maui, Hawaii. The project description is as follows, to be conducted in accordance with the project plans: The installation of a new ferry pier in the Lahaina Small Boat Harbor.

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