Comment period closes
Dec 23, 2022
at 11:59 PM Mountain Time in
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This is a photo of the Callville Bay Marina at Lake Mead National Recreation area. There are several boats in the water at a marina with desert landscape in the foreground and desert mountain landscape in the background.

Lake Mead NRA - Sustainable Low Water Access Plan/EA - Newsletter

This document is a newsletter that shares information about the Lake Mead National Recreation Area Sustainable Low Water Access Plan / Environmental Assessment with the public. Information in this newsletter includes, but is not limited to, the purpose of the plan, related past planning efforts, desired conditions for the project area, issues and concerns, management concepts with associated strategies and actions, and information on public comments and meetings.
Comment Period: 11/14/2022 - 12/23/2022
Comment period closes Dec 23, 2022 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time in:
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Topic Questions Instructions:
Please share your ideas. During this comment period, it is most helpful if you respond to as many of the following questions as you can.
Topic Questions:
1. Given the current water levels and future projections, what experiences in Lake Mead National Recreation Area are most important to you? What kind of experiences do you want future visitors to have when they come to the park?
2. Given your response to Question #1 regarding important experiences for you and future visitors, what barriers might get in the way of enjoying or visiting Lake Mead National Recreation Area? What barriers might prevent you from achieving your desired experiences?
3. Please provide input on the preliminary management concepts. What do you recommend the planning team consider, to address barriers and/or key issues, given the rapid decline in water levels?
4. What actions is the park currently taking to manage these issues that you'd like to see continue?
5. Other thoughts you'd like to share with the project team?
Document Content:
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