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Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement

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    From the NPS. Time for commenting running out

    http://parkplanning.nps.gov/projectHome.cfm?projectID=19520



    Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement Glen Canyon National Recreation Area » Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement » Document List ***Due to the PEPC outage on Nov. 23rd (expected to be 2-4 days), the National Park Service has extended the public alternatives scoping period for an environmental impact statement to assess the management of off-road vehicle (ORV) use at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The deadline for comments to be submitted is now November 30.***

    The National Park Service is currently scoping alternatives for an environmental impact statement to assess the management of off-road vehicle (ORV) use at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

    The ORV Vehicle Management Plan / Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will evaluate a range of alternatives associated with recreational ORV use at Glen Canyon and their environmental impacts. Currently, off-road driving occurs at several of Glen Canyon's accessible shorelines and at Lone Rock Beach. Off-road driving in these locations allows the public to leave the designated road and drive to Lake Powell's shoreline to fish, camp, picnic, boat, or engage in other recreational activities. In addition, the EIS will evaluate the existing high intensity ORV use at Lone Rock Beach Play Area, all-terrain vehicle travel on park roads, and ORV use at the Ferry Swale area.

    Public alternatives scoping is an integral step of the environmental planning process. Public scoping is used to identify any other possible alternatives, issues, and areas of public interest that may require specific analysis in the environmental planning process.

    Your comments, input, and advice are valuable to us. Please submit your comments using the links to the left.

    Thank you.

    Contact Information Joe David, Glen Canyon NRA, Environmental Protection Specialist, 928-608-6337
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    The Place to submit comments

    http://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=36800



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    http://parkplanning.nps.gov/projectHome.cfm?projectID=19520

    > Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement > Glen Canyon National Recreation Area » Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement » Document List > ***Due to the PEPC outage on Nov. 23rd (expected to be 2-4 days), the National Park Service has extended the public alternatives scoping period for an environmental impact statement to assess the management of off-road vehicle (ORV) use at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The deadline for comments to be submitted is now November 30.***
    The National Park Service is currently scoping alternatives for an environmental impact statement to assess the management of off-road vehicle (ORV) use at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
    The ORV Vehicle Management Plan / Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) will evaluate a range of alternatives associated with recreational ORV use at Glen Canyon and their environmental impacts. Currently, off-road driving occurs at several of Glen Canyon's accessible shorelines and at Lone Rock Beach. Off-road driving in these locations allows the public to leave the designated road and drive to Lake Powell's shoreline to fish, camp, picnic, boat, or engage in other recreational activities. In addition, the EIS will evaluate the existing high intensity ORV use at Lone Rock Beach Play Area, all-terrain vehicle travel on park roads, and ORV use at the Ferry Swale area.
    Public alternatives scoping is an integral step of the environmental planning process. Public scoping is used to identify any other possible alternatives, issues, and areas of public interest that may require specific analysis in the environmental planning process.
    Your comments, input, and advice are valuable to us. Please submit your comments using the links to the left.
    Thank you.
    Contact Information > Joe David, Glen Canyon NRA, Environmental Protection Specialist, 928-608-6337 >
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