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74986#74986 Abstract
Public Scoping See attached preliminary draft
Canon City, Delta, and Wheatland Off Range Corrals#74986
Canon City, Delta, and Wheatland Off Range Corrals
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/22/2020
74985#74985 Abstract
The NPS encourages your participation in the design process and invites your comments from July 10, 2020 to July 25, 2020 regarding the conceptual design, to include any important environmental issues you feel should be considered. The information obtained during this comment period will be used to refine the design and identify any environmental issues that may warrant further consideration. Once the design is refined and contains sufficient information to effectively analyze environmental issues and associated impacts, the NPS will determine the appropriate environmental compliance pathway prior to making any final decisions on the new visitor contact station.
Zion Forever Project#74985
Zion Forever Project
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/National Park Service 07/21/2020
74983#74983 Abstract
In 2017, UDOT completed an extensive nine-year Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) which studied transportation solutions in western Davis County. Since then, UDOT has been busy working on pre-design, right-of-way acquisition, and the selection of a Design-Build contractor. As part of this pre-design phase, UDOT has worked with the various municipalities along the corridor to ensure local roadway functionality will continue to be maintained when West Davis is constructed. Antelope Drive Frontage Roads State Environmental Study (SES) During extensive study and collaboration with municipalities, UDOT determined Antelope Drive in Syracuse needed additional study and design to ensure local traffic flow. UDOT, in collaboration with Syracuse City and other local stakeholders, has worked over the last few months on an improvement to the existing West Davis alignment and local connector roads. This effort resulted in UDOT recommending a new frontage road system. We invite you to review the proposed alignment changes in the draft State Environmental Study, and provide your official comments by participating in a virtual open house available now on the project website: westdavis.udot.utah.gov A 30-day public comment period will take place July 9 - August 7, 2020. Comments can be submitted via the following: Project website: westdavis.udot.utah.gov Email: westdavis@utah.gov Postal mail: 801 North 500 West, 3rd Floor - Bountiful, UT 84010 In-person by appointment: see more info below Virtual Open House A virtual open house is available for the public to learn more about the proposed design modifications, access environmental study documentation and submit comments. You may access the virtual open house anytime via the project website: westdavis.udot.utah.gov In-Person Public Hearing A limited in-person public hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 from 4:00 7:00 PM at Syracuse City Hall. Those who prefer to leave their comments in person with a court reporter, may do so by calling or emailing the project information team and making an appointment. To maintain social distancing guidelines by the State of Utah, 30-minute time slots between 4:00 7:00 PM will be capped at 20 people. To schedule an in-person public comment, contact the public information team at 877-298-1991 or westdavis@utah.gov.
West Davis Corridor#74983
West Davis Corridor
[view] Comment Period Open Utah Department of Transportation 08/04/2020
74963#74963 Abstract
SITLA has received an application from Uintah County to lease 0.91 acres for an OHV trail head. A designated parking lot would be created, a cattle guard installed, and signs posted. A cultural resource survey will be completed by SITLA. SITLA plans to use it's OHV fund to assist Uintah County.
Lease of Trust Land - OHV Trail Head - Uintah County SULA 1937#74963
Lease of Trust Land - OHV Trail Head - Uintah County SULA 1937
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 08/05/2020
74943#74943 Abstract
Trust staff is considering a 1.7-acre Uintah County parcel for negotiated sale (the portion of the SE4SW4 of Section 7, T4S, R21E, SLB&M being southeast of the Highline Canal). The parcel is located approximately four miles northwest of Vernal. Access to and through the parcel is via 1500 North. Private lands border the parcel to the east and south.
Sale of Trust Lands - C-26887 Coal Mine Basin#74943
Sale of Trust Lands - C-26887 Coal Mine Basin
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 08/03/2020
74923#74923 Abstract
Approval of Sovereign Lands Easement 607, which creates an easement for a pre-existing and previously unpermitted 4" telecommunications conduit over Green River Sovereign Lands in Emery and Grand Counties, UT.
Approval of 400-00607 - Pre-Existing Telecomm Conduit#74923
Approval of 400-00607 - Pre-Existing Telecomm Conduit
[view] Comment Period Open DNR/Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 07/22/2020
74903#74903 Abstract
SITLA has received an application to lease the Beryl Block of Trust Lands for an industrial development energy project. The area would be surveyed for cultural resources prior to any development. The application is for 5,000 acres. See attached map.
Lease of Trust Lands - Beryl Block - Iron County#74903
Lease of Trust Lands - Beryl Block - Iron County
[view] Comment Period Open School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration 07/28/2020
74883#74883 Abstract
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is preparing an environmental assessment (EA) to analyze the development of non-motorized trails to facilitate outdoor recreation opportunities on BLM-managed lands within three areas (an overview map is enclosed) including: 1) Lake Mountains, Utah County. Approximately 17,250 acres in Township 5 South, Range 1 West; Township 6 South, Range 1 West; Township 7 South, Range 1 West; Township 7 South, Range 1 East; Salt Lake Meridian. 2) North Oquirrh Management Area, Tooele County. Approximately 5,285 acres in Township 1 South, Range 4 West; Township 2 South, Range 4 West; Township 2 South, Range 3 West; Township 3 South, Range 4 West; Township 3 South, Range 3 West Salt Lake Meridian; west of the ridgeline and at elevations lower than approximately 6,200 feet. 3) Rose and Yellow Fork Canyons, Salt Lake County. Approximately 1,520 acres in Township 4 South, Range 2 West; Salt Lake Meridian. The BLM recognizes the importance of providing quality recreation experiences on public lands that are adjacent to growing population centers. The BLM is coordinating with partner organizations in Tooele, Utah, and Salt Lake counties, including, but not limited to, the National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program; Tooele County Trails Committee; Tooele County Health Department; Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation; Bike Utah; Eagle Mountain City; Utah Rock Art Research Association; local mountain biking organizations; other entities and the general public in identifying areas and stipulations for the appropriate construction of new, single-track, non-motorized trails. Interested parties are encouraged to self-identify during this scoping process by submitting comments. The project would not change the availability of any existing motorized access but would facilitate the expansion of a non-motorized trail system that support hiking, biking, horseback riding, or other human-powered recreational uses. The trails would most likely be authorized under a right-of-way to a municipal government or other partner organization, and/or may be built with BLM and volunteer labor. The EA is being prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), as amended, 43 CFR 2800, and other implementing regulations. The EA would analyze the anticipated environmental impacts from the development of non-motorized trails that could be situated to avoid or minimize impacts to identified sensitive resources within the overall project area. Trail development would follow industry standards such as Guidelines for a Quality Trail Experience (BLM, IMBA 2017)1 and comply with the Architectural Barriers Act Accessibility Guidelines for Outdoor Developed Areas 2, as appropriate. Trail tread width would generally be between 12-36 wide; trails could be sited to avoid mature vegetation such as tall trees or bushes, but vegetation would be cleared for approximately 2-4 feet on either side of the trail. The BLM is also considering how to best comply with Secretarial Order 3376 Increasing Recreational Opportunities through the Use of Electric Bikes 3; the current proposed action would consider the use of Class 1 electric bicycles on appropriate trails. See attached letter
Non-Motorized Trails Lake Mountains, North Oquirrh Management Area and R...#74883
Non-Motorized Trails Lake Mountains, North Oquirrh Management Area and Rose and Yellow Fork Canyons
[view] Comment Period Open DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/14/2020
74864#74864 Abstract
Public Scoping Scrivanich Natural Stone dba Oakley Mountain Corporation has submitted an application (Form 2920-1) to receive a land use permit from the Bureau of Land Management Salt Lake Field Office, to occupy Federal surface estate during the construction, operation, maintenance, and reclamation of a quartzite stone quarry on Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration mineral estate. This permit, if granted, would authorize the occupancy and use of no more than 10 acres of Federal surface estate for an access road, open pit quarry, waste site, processing site, and packaging/loading area. This permit would expand an existing mineral material site.
Green Beetle Mineral Extraction Land Use Permit (BLM Surface/State Miner...#74864
Green Beetle Mineral Extraction Land Use Permit (BLM Surface/State Minerals)
[view] Comments Closed DOI/Bureau of Land Management 07/14/2020
74863#74863 Abstract
Watershed improvements to reduce potential flooding to properties in Saratoga Springs. NRCS is requesting comments on the project to identify issues and resource sensitivities. Virtual Public Meeting July 14, 2020 - Tuesday 10 am - 12 noon Computer web link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fzRfWnNkQ8aJ5meUiAzCbs
Saratoga Springs Watershed Plan EA#74863
Saratoga Springs Watershed Plan EA
[view] Comment Period Open USDA/Natural Resources Conservation Service 07/29/2020
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