2002 Antelope Point Marina Resort Development Plan Environmental Assessment
In October 2000, the Navajo Nation and National Park Service published a prospectus seeking proposals to develop the Antelope Point Marina and Resort Development Project (the Project) consistent with the previously Navajo Nation and National Park Service-approved Development Concept Plan and Environmental Assessment (DCP/EA).
In February 2001, the Antelope Holdings, LLC (Antelope Holdings), formerly known as G.M.F. Antelope, LLC (GMF), was the only firm that responded to the prospectus and submitted a formal bid. The Navajo Nation and National Park Service selected Antelope Holdings' proposal to develop and operate this resort and marina.
This environmental assessment (EA) examined three alternatives for the Project: the No Action Alternative (Alternative A); the proposal submitted by Antelope Holdings (the Project developer) to the Navajo Nation and National Park Service (Alternative B); and a modification of Antelope Holdings' proposal that would reduce potential environmental consequences (Alternative C). Alternatives B and C each provide for the development of a floating marina village and boat docks, dry storage for boats, campground and recreational vehicle park, resort hotel and cultural center, optional employee housing, and supporting infrastructure.
Erin Janicki, Chief of Planning and Compliance, (928) 608-6212
*NOTE: This is a completed plan and is not open for public comment.