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FONSI-Management Plan Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts


The National Park Service (NPS), in cooperation with the Wolf Trap Foundation (Foundation), prepared and executed a FONSI for the EA for a Management Plan for Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts (Park) in Vienna, Virginia. The EA evaluated improvements that will enhance visitor experience, access, circulation, and expanded amenities. The Park's purpose is to provide opportunities to experience live performances, related educational programs, and associated recreation in a pastoral setting within the National Capital area.

The Plan amends the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts 1997 Final General Management Plan (GMP), and considers vehicle and pedestrian circulation, including accessibility and walkway treatments; visitor and patron facilities, including the Main Gate and Filene Center, Stand A, and other support facilities; interpretation and education; administration, operations and safety; and other existing features that are retained in the Plan. This follows the NPS "Planning Portfolio" construct, consisting of a compilation of individual plans, studies, and inventories, which together guide park decision making. The planning portfolio enables the use of targeted planning products (such as this one) to meet a broad range of park planning needs, a change from the previous NPS focus on stand-alone general management plans.
 
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