Public comment is sought at Red Rock Canyon National Recreation Area

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The Bureau of Land Management Southern Nevada District is seeking public input to help guide future plans for the Calico Basin area of ​​the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

The BLM is seeking comments on its proposed Recreation Area Management Plan and Environmental Analysis for the Calico Basin region. The comment period opened on Monday and will run until December 8.

“This plan proposes to enhance and improve recreational experiences in the Calico Basin,” said Josh Travers, assistant manager of the Red Rock/Sloan field office. “This will be done by formally identifying permitted uses of the trails; identify climbing areas; improved signage and visitor information; and provide a long-term sustainable financing program for the basin.

The management plan will guide future development and provide management direction for recreational resources in the Calico Basin Recreation Area, which is within the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area northwest of Las Vegas.

An online public meeting is scheduled for November 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. More information can be found at https://www.virtualpublicmeeting.com/calicobasinramp-home.

Those interested in attending the meeting or commenting can view the environmental assessment at https://bit.ly/303192y

“All comments received will be fully considered and evaluated for the preparation of the final EA,” the BLM states.

More information about the meeting can be found at https://www.virtualpublicmeeting.com/calicobasinramp-home.

Comments and concerns may be submitted by email to [email protected] or sent in writing to BLM Red Rock/Sloan Field Office, ATTN: Calico Basin RAMP, 4701 N. Torrey Pines, Las Vegas, NV 89130.

Hard copies of the EA can be obtained upon request from the BLM’s Southern Nevada District Office.

The BLM reminds people that their entire comment may be publicly available at any time and to consider this when including any personal addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, or other personally identifying information in a comment.

“While you can request that your personally identifiable information not be viewed by the public, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so,” the BLM states. “Anonymity is not permitted for submissions from organizations or businesses and from individuals identifying themselves as representatives or officers of organizations or businesses.”

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