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Environmental Assessment for Trail Relocation at Tonaquint Park, St. George, Utah (June 2011)

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Several days of heavy rainfall caused significant flooding along the Santa Clara and Virgin Rivers in December, 2010. Riverbanks were scoured of vegetation and the river undercut many 2 areas in Washington County in southwest Utah. Kane and Garfield Counties also suffered severe flooding. As a result of these severe winter storms and flooding, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), authorized under Presidential disaster declaration FEMA DR-1955-UT, dated February 11, 2011, and amended March 11, 2011, will be providing Federal assistance to parts of Utah designated as major disaster areas. FEMA is required to comply with the following requirements of the Stafford Act and applicable environmental laws and Executive Orders when providing assistance under the Public Assistance Program. These requirements are intended to reduce future damage and impacts when eligible facilities, such as trails, are located in areas that are subject to future flooding.
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