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    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Plans & Studies: Entrance Area/ Headquarters/Savage River

Wastewater Treatment Facility Plan (2008)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Entrance Area and Road Corridor Development Concept Plan (DCP) (1997)

- Draft EA for Rock Creek Bridge Replacement


- Final DCP and Environmental Impact Statement

- Record of Decision



Headquarters Area Plan (2008)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



C-Camp Improvements (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Savage River Rest Stop (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Savage River East Parking Area (2002)

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Entrance Area Visitor Facilities (2001)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact

- Wetlands Statement of Finding



Community Transportation System Needs Assessment & Feasibility Study (2006)

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Final Study



Triple Lakes & Savage Alpine Trails (2006)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



McKinley Station & Meadow View Trails (2005)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Multi-Purpose Trail & Fiber Optic Line (Bike Trail) (2004)

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact



Rehabilitate Mile 4.0 and 4.5 of Denali Park Road

- Environmental Assessment

- Finding of No Significant Impact

Did You Know?

a lake reflecting a tree-covered hill

The vast landscapes of interior Alaska are changing. Large glaciers are receding, permafrost is melting and woody plants are spreading. Comparison of "then-and-now" photographs and data from major vegetation monitoring should allow detection, understanding and potential management of these changes.