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Please note: The National Park Service does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness or accuracy of the materials provided by other agencies or organizations, nor does the NPS endorse other agencies or organizations, thier views, products or services.

The current General Management Plan (GMP) was completed in 1985. Since that time much has occurred, such as completion of the park's major land acquisition effort, expansion of park operations and visitor facilities, and an increase in the number of resource issues we are facing.

The new GMP will provide a vision for the park's future, as well as guidance in resource preservation, protection, and management that will help achieve that vision. It will also help identify how the National Park Service may best protect cultural and natural resources while providing for visitor enjoyment of the park.

The park wants to communicate, consult, and cooperate with all individuals and groups of the interested public in this planning process. We urge you to take advantage of all opportunities in this process to share your vision and support for this magnificent national park. Your participation will ensure a strong public voice to help guide us and will result in a better vision than we alone could provide.

Contact Information
National Park Service, Denver Service Center-P
Greg Jarvis, Project Manager
12795 W. Alameda Parkway
Denver, CO. 80225