The Sunbury project, authorized under the Flood Control Act of 1936, was designed and built by the US Army Corps of Engineers. The project provided for the construction of a system of levees and concrete floodwalls with a total length of 26,624 feet. Structures for the disposal of interior drainage consisting of six pumping stations, eight interceptor sewers, and other minor relief outlets. Incidental works consist 3 telemetry gaging stations, 4 aluminum flood barriers, 2 sandbag closure structures, and several ramps to afford access over or through the project.

Flood Operations Center

826 Hillside Road

Sunbury, Pennsylvania 17801

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