CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS: PA-8
APPROPRIATION / PHASE: Operation & Maintenance, General
BUSINESS PROGRAM: Flood Damage Reduction
LOCATION: Lackawaxen River Basin
DESCRIPTION: The existing project, adopted in 1948, consists of a single purpose flood control reservoir formed by a dam on Dyberry Creek, located approximately three miles above the confluence of Dyberry Creek with Lackawaxen River, in Honesdale, Pa. This project has prevented over $34 million in cumulative damages between 1960 and 2018.
STATUS: The Army Corps performs routine operations and maintenance activities for the project and grounds, dam safety actions and oversight, water control and other data collection and analyses, and real estate actions as required.
A Screening for Dam Safety Portfolio Risk Assessment (SPRA) was conducted in 2009 resulting in a Dam Safety Action Classification (DSAC) rating of II for this project. As a result of the DSAC II rating, a required Interim Risk Reduction Measures Plan (IRRMP) was finalized and approved in FY12. Due to this dam safety rating, the Risk Management Center funded an Issue Evaluation Study (IES) in the form of a SemiQuantitative Risk Assessment for the project in 2015. The draft Jadwin Dam Safety Modification Study (DSMS) was completed in FY18 and recommend a risk management plan to address the problems identified. The DSMS is under review in FY19. The project will then move into the Preconstruction Engineering and Design Phase in late FY19/early FY20 with Construction General funding for construction anticipated in FY21.
PROJECT GOALS: The purpose of this project provides for routine operation & maintenance of the dam and related structures, water control data collection & analysis, real estate, continuing evaluation data gathering & analysis, and dam safety efforts.
PROJECT MANAGER: Monica A. Chasten