Miss. River Locks Reopen In Mpls. To Commercial TrafficMinneapolis' three major locks on the Mississippi River have reopened to commercial traffic Friday, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The three locks – the Upper St. Anthony Falls, the Lower St. Anthony Falls and Lock and Dam 1 near Minnehaha Park – were closed to commercial traffic on June 4 due to dangerous water levels. Recreational traffic was prohibited on June 2.
High Water Levels Cause 3 Locks To Close To Recreational BoatersThree waterways were closed to recreational boaters Friday by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul district due to increasing high water flows in the Mississippi River. The locks closed included Upper St. Anthony Falls, Lower St. Anthony Falls and Lock and Dam 1, located next to Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis.
High Water Forces Twin Cities Dam ClosuresThree Twin Cities lock and dams have been closed to recreational boats due to increasingly high water in the Mississippi River.