Federal Emergency Management Agency

Environmental Assessment for Troublesome Creek Trail Repair Project, Denali State Park, Alaska

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The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is proposing to support the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, by providing partial funding to repair damaged segments along the existing Troublesome Creek Trail, in Denali State Park. Heavy rains in the region in August 2006 caused Troublesome Creek to rise more than 7 feet and overflow its banks onto the Troublesome Creek Trail. In some portions of the damaged trail, repair work is needed along the existing alignment. The proposed federal action by FEMA is to provide partial project funding to the DNR to repair portions of Troublesome Creek Trail that were damaged during floods in 2006 (FEMA disaster project 1663-DR-AK). The purpose of the project is for FEMA to provide access to areas of Denali State Park that are limited due to damage to the Troublesome Creek Trail from storms and subsequent floods in 2006.
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Icon for file of type text/plainFinal EA
95.65K
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3.47M
Icon for file of type text/plainPublic Notice
2.64KApril 1, 2009
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61.29KApril 1, 2009
Icon for file of type text/plainFinal Finding of No Significant Impact
3.82K
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361.75K
Icon for file of type text/plainEnvironmental Assessment for Troublesome Creek Trail Repair Project, Denali State Park, Alaska
93.61KApril 1, 2009
Icon for file of type application/pdfEnvironmental Assessment for Troublesome Creek Trail Repair Project, Denali State Park, Alaska
3.47MApril 1, 2009
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