- I.1: Determine if there are low income or minority populations in your project area
- I.2: Determining if your project has disproportionate adverse effects
- I.3: How to address adverse effects
- I.4: How to provide relevant and helpful support documentation
I.4: How to provide relevant and helpful support documentation
Whether or not you answered “yes” to Section I, Question 1, you should include a narrative about the presence or absence of low income or minority populations in the project area, including how you made the determination and the sources of your information (e.g., interviews, site survey, or US census data). If there are high concentrations of low income or minority populations in your project area, indicate the U.S. Census tract number for the project area in the comments box in Section I of the PDM Environmental and Historic Preservation questions.
If there are high concentrations of low-income or minority populations in your project area, include a narrative in the comments box in Section I of the PDM Environmental/Historic Preservation Questions identifying the range of potential adverse effects to those populations. Indicate which effects will be short-term and which will be long-term, and what measures have been taken to avoid, minimize, or reduce adverse effects. If any public involvement has occurred in the development of the project, indicate how they were involved and what the general opinion of the project was.