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Corps of Engineers | Lake Lanier Association

Corps of Engineers

With more than 690 miles of shoreline, the lake is well known for its aqua-blue colored water, spectacular scenery and unique recreational activities. Constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the 1950s, Lake Lanier is a multi-purpose lake that is authorized for flood protection, power production, water supply, navigation, recreation and fish and wildlife management. To learn more about Lake Lanier, visit Our Lake.

The LLA and the Corps of Engineers work closely together to ensure Lake Lanier is protected and preserved for generations to come. LLA and the Corps often meet to discuss the status of important projects, concerns and issues around Lanier. LLA has also worked with the Corps to produce informative Ask the Corps Webinars and articles for our quarterly newsletter, the Lanier Outlook.

 

 

Contact the Corps of Engineers

Shoreline Help Desk Phone Number:

Call the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lake Sidney Lanier Project Office at (770) 904-3262 or visit their website for more information.

Lanier Project Management Office:

1050 Buford Dam Rd, Buford, GA 30518

DOCK PERMIT RENEWAL QUESTIONS:

Call the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lake Sidney Lanier Project Office at (770) 904-3262 or visit their website for more information. Use the Ranger Map, to contact your Area Ranger directly.

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Thumbnail for the article Updated June 2023: CORPS OF ENGINEERS SHORELINE AREA RANGER CONTACT MAPS
Updated June 2023: CORPS OF ENGINEERS SHORELINE AREA RANGER CONTACT MAPS
Lake Lanier has 692 miles of shoreline and over 10,000 dock permits. The Army Corps of Engineers staff manage these permits and the shoreline. There are currently six different area […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Channel Marker Refresh  in Partnership with the Corps – Pilot Project Update
Channel Marker Refresh in Partnership with the Corps – Pilot Project Update
Program Update by Todd Baxter, President Article extracted from the Fall 2022 Lanier Outlook, our quarterly newsletter publication.    I’m excited to share an update on the channel marker refresh […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Updates to the Lake Lanier Master Plan Include Seaplanes
Updates to the Lake Lanier Master Plan Include Seaplanes
As part of the Lake Lanier Master Plan Update, seaplanes may be allowed on Lanier. The Corps’ Environmental Impact Statement released this past November states, “The preferred alternative with respect […] Read More

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