This page includes links and information regarding the the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District's coastal storm risk reduction program in the area that was severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012. Here people can find information about near-term coastal restoration work at beaches in New York and northern New Jersey, about ongoing coastal storm risk reduction studies and upcoming projects and many other things of interest.
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- Near-Term Coastal Restoration: Click here to find out more about New York District's near-term restoration activities, i.e., placing sand back onto beaches previously engineered by the Corps of Engineers that were severely impacted by Hurricane Sandy
- Coastal Storm Risk Management Projects and Studies: Click here to learn more about New York District's ongoing coastal storm risk reduction projects and studies in New York and in northern New Jersey
- The Philadelphia District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages missions in New Jersey south of Manasquan Inlet (as well as Delaware). Click here to visit their page regarding coastal storm risk reduction activities in their region
- Congressional Reports: Click here to learn more about reports the Corps of Engineers is delivering to Congress as required by the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of 2013 (PL 113-2 or the Sandy Relief Bill)