An Environmental Assessment (EA) will be prepared in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act to provide the decision-making framework that
1) analyzes a reasonable range of alternatives to meet project objectives,
2) evaluates issues and impacts on park resources and values, and
3) identifies mitigation measures to lessen the degree or extent of these impacts.
* indicates the current step in the planning process
Step 1. Define purpose and need/develop preliminary alternatives
Step 2. Conduct external scoping
Step 3. Refine alternatives
Step 4. Identify environmental impacts and select preferred alternative
Step 5. Prepare draft plan/environmental document *
Step 6. Public review of draft plan/environmental document
Step 7. Analysis of public comment
Step 8. Prepare final plan/decision document
Step 9. Release final plan/decision document to the public
Death Valley National Park is considering right-of-way permit requests for existing and proposed infrastructure on Rogers Peak.