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Section 106 Consultation - Rehabilitation of the Tidal Basin and West Potomac Park Seawalls Project

Documents for review by consulting parties. Second consulting parties meeting was held on December 15th at 11:00 for the rehabilitation of the Tidal Basin and West Potomac Park Seawalls Project.

The last meeting was held in July where the NPS presented on the background and history of the project and describe the overall approach. As a reminder, the NPS is preparing a plan and corresponding Environmental Assessment (EA) to rehabilitate and reconstruct approximately 6,800 feet of the seawall in the Tidal Basin and West Potomac Park that are administered by National Mall and Memorial Parks. The project is broken down into four locations: approximately 4,670 feet in West Potomac Park along the Potomac River, separated by wall type in the north and south, along with approximately 800 feet west of the Inlet Bridge on the Tidal Basin, and approximately 1,200 feet east of the Inlet Bridge on the Tidal Basin. The proposal is to rehabilitate and reconstruct the seawalls and adjacent infrastructure. The actual seawalls will be reconstructed to their historic functional height to protect West Potomac Park and the Tidal Basin between the Jefferson Memorial and FDR Memorial, while meeting the requirements of park visitation and addressing the estimated changes in future water levels.
Comment Period: Closed        Dec 8, 2022 - Jan 6, 2023
Document Content:
Assessment of EffectAssessment of Effect   (28.7 MB, PDF file)
Determination of Effects LetterDetermination of Effects Letter   (314.8 KB, PDF file)
Draft Memorandum of AgreementDraft Memorandum of Agreement   (1.8 MB, .docx file)
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