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Posted 8/8/2017

Release no. 17-008


Contact
Craig Dishman
405-359-4630

or

Julie Graff
918-746-1306

Regional Planning and Environmental Center

 

 

TO INTERESTED PARTIES

 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Tulsa District, and the Regional Planning and Environmental Center, in coordination with the City of Edmond, Oklahoma, has assessed the environmental impacts of construction and operation of a multi-use trail system (Arcadia Lake Trail Project) at Arcadia Lake, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project near Edmond in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.  A Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) was prepared to provide assessment of changes from a 17-mile conceptual trail route corridor described in the 2014 Arcadia Lake Trails Project Environmental Assessment (2014 EA).

 

The Final Supplemental Environmental Assessment for this action, prepared by LandPlan Consultants, Inc. of Tulsa, Oklahoma and the City of Edmond, is available on the Tulsa District website (http://www.swt.usace.army.mil/).

 

The supplemental environmental assessment was prepared in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, as amended, including guidelines in 33 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 230, Policy and Procedures for Implementing NEPA.  It has been determined that this action will cause no significant adverse impact on the natural or human environment.  A copy of the signed Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) is available at the link provided above.

 

Any additional questions regarding this project should be directed to Mr. Craig Dishman (City of Edmond, Parks and Recreation Director, telephone: 405-359-4630), Ms. Julie Graff (LandPlan Consultants, Inc., telephone: 918-746-1306), or to Dr. David Gade at 918-669-7579.

To view the Supplemental Environmental Assessment, the signed Finding of No Significant Impact letter, and the Supplemental Environmental Assessment letter go to the link below:

SEA for Arcadia Lake Trail Project