Federal Emergency Management Agency

Environmental Assessment for Gales Creek Trail Repair

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The purpose of FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) Program is to reduce the impact of disasters on the built environment and to assist communities in recovering from disaster-related damage. Through this program, FEMA provides financial assistance to state, local and tribal governments, and U.S. territories, after the declaration of a major disaster. The purpose of this project is to provide funds to the ODF to reconstruct Gales Creek Trail where it was damaged during storms in December 2007. The ODF has determined there is a need for non-motorized trails in the Tillamook Forest for recreational users, including hikers, bicyclists and equestrians. The trails provide access to wilderness while protecting the forest environment. The trails must be safe, cost effective, and continuously usable.
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Icon for file of type text/plainFinding of No Significant Impact
4.22K
Icon for file of type application/pdfFinding of No Significant Impact
23.90K
Icon for file of type text/plainDraft Environmental Assessment
33.38KJuly 1, 2009
Icon for file of type application/pdfDraft Environmental Assessment
3.09MJuly 1, 2009
Icon for file of type text/plainDraft Environmental Assessment - Public Notice - Chapter / Section Number: 1
2.67KJuly 1, 2009
Icon for file of type application/pdfDraft Environmental Assessment - Public Notice - Chapter / Section Number: 1
354.40KJuly 1, 2009
Icon for file of type text/plainFinal EA
33.33K
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2.01M