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  1. Garrison releases will increase to 60,000 CFS to address recent rainfall

    The US Army Corps of Engineers Missouri River Basin Water Management Division has announced plans to make additional release increases from Garrison Dam. Releases are being stepped up from 52,000 cfs to 60,000 cfs. Releases will be increased over 3 days. Read on...
  2. City of Bismarck responds to Army Corps of Engineers increased releases

    City personnel are closely monitoring Missouri River conditions and relying upon official information provided by the US Army Corps of Engineers, prepared & ready to to act in response to increased releases based upon key, up-to-date information provided. Read on...
  3. City of Bismarck drinking water unaffected by city of Lincoln boil order

    In response to the city of Lincoln boil order issued today, the city of Bismarck wants to assure the citizens of Bismarck that the city of Bismarck provides safe, high quality drinking water. The boil order effects only the city of Lincoln. Read on...
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  1. Missouri River Levels and Garrison Dam Releases
    City personnel are closely monitoring Missouri River conditions and relying upon the most up-to-date official information provided by the US Army Corps of Engineers,  prepared and ready to take action in response to increased releases. 

    Stay up-to-date with the most current information and Missouri River updates hereGarrison Dam June 2018.