• Great Kiva with Walls of West Ruin

    Aztec Ruins

    National Monument New Mexico

Management

Aztec Ruins National Monument: Administrative History of an Archeological Preserve
Document Type: HTML
One of the best resources on the excavation findings at Aztec Ruins and the history of the Monument.

Environmental Assessment for XTO Energy
Document Type: PDF, 1.51 MB
Analysis of XTO Energy operating natural gas wells within the Monument.

Finding of No Significant Impact
Document Type: Word, 90.0 KB
Determination that XTO Energy has supplied the necessary information to continue operating two natural gas wells within the Monument.

Fire Management Plan
Document Type: PDF, 2.62 MB
Plan for wildfire management and fuels reduction in context of culture and natural resource goals and public safety.

General Management Plan
Document Type: PDF, 4.51 MB
Description of the general vision for Aztec Ruins in the coming 15-20 years.

Superintendent's Compendium
Document Type: PDF, 1.99 MB
Information on designations, closures, permit requirements, and other restrictions imposed under the discretionary authority of the superintendent of Aztec Ruins.

Vegetation Management and Cultural Landscape Preservation Maintenance Plan/Environmental Assessment
Document Type: PDF, 8.48 MB
Plan for the management of natural resources and an environmental assessment completed December 2012.

Vegetation Management and Cultural Landscape Preservation Plan/Finding of No Significant Impact
Document Type: PDF, 696.28 KB
Approved February 2013.

Volunteer Application Form to print
Document Type: PDF, 31.15 KB
Volunteer Application Form to complete electronically
Document Type: Word, 82.0 KB

World Heritage Periodic Report
Document Type: Word, 319.0 KB
Report submitted to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee with basic information about Chaco Culture World Heritage Site, which includes Aztec Ruins.

XTO Energy Operation Plan
Document Type: PDF, 33.46 MB
Plan prepared by XTO Energy Company of Fort Worth, Texas for the National Park Service detailing operation of two natural gas wells inside Monument boundaries.

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