CRNRA Comprehensive Trails Management Plan/Environmental Assessment


Draft of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Comprehensive Trails Management Plan / Environmental Assessment. This document is available for public review and comment between April 1 and May 2, 2022.

Please note that there are multiple versions of the document linked here. The full, 508 compliant version is designated in the file title. The other versions (including the full document and four files that together comprise the complete document) are not 508 compliant but are presented in print-quality resolution.

Written comments can be mailed to:
National Park Service
Denver Service Center
Attn: CRNRA Trails Plan / Charles Lawson
12795 West Alameda Pkwy
Denver, CO 80228
 
Comment Period: Closed        04/01/2022 - 05/03/2022
Topic Questions Instructions:
To be most helpful, your comments should address: 1) the purpose and need for action; 2) the environmental issues/impact topics analyzed; 3) your opinions on the alternatives, including mitigation measures which could reduce potentially harmful effects; and 4) the information used to describe the affected environment and environmental consequences.

Comments which are not helpful include those which: 1) vote for or against a potential management strategy or alternative without giving reasons why; 2) agree or disagree with laws, regulation, or NPS policy; 3) discuss other projects or other areas; and 4) contain vague language or open-ended questions or statements.
Topic Questions:
1. The National Park Service is seeking public comment on the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Comprehensive Trails Management Plan / Environmental Assessment. Please share your comments here or in writing to the address posted.
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