Relocate Echo Bay Launch Ramp for Visitor Recreation
The National Park Service is seeking public comment on potential cultural resources that may be impacted by the proposed work, in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. A map showing the project location and the 2018 GMP Low Water Plan can be found under the Project Links by selecting Document List.
The area has been surveyed for cultural resources by the Lake Mead NRA cultural resources staff. No cultural materials were encountered. The Echo Bay Mission 66 Historic District is west of the project area. There are no actions proposed that would impact the historic district. Formal consultation with Indigenous communities and the Nevada State Historic Preservation Officer are forthcoming.
Comments were accepted through this PEPC portal from 8 a.m. on March 17, 2023, through 5 p.m. on March 31, 2023 (Pacific time). A summary of comments and results are available under Project Links in the Document List.
NOTE: Comments are now closed. Thank you for your input!
Commenters should be aware that their entire comment - including personal identifying information - may be publicly available at any time. While commenters can ask that their personal identifying information be withheld from public review, the NPS cannot guarantee that this will be possible.
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Cultural Resource Manager
In accordance with the 2018 General Management Plan Amendment/Low-Water Plan, Lake Mead National Recreation Area proposes construction of a primitive launch ramp with associated access road and parking lot. The access road, parking lot, and launch ramp will not be paved. An area adjacent to the access road has been identified for excess soil placement associated with this action. The purpose of this action is to allow primitive launch capability at this location through 1,000 feet water elevation.