Parking Lot Closure at Museum & Visitor Center
Parking Lot 2 at the NPS Visitor Center will be closed for major repairs from Aug. 18 through Sept. 14. Gettysburg Tour buses, ACTA, and shuttle to Eisenhower NHS will run from a station on the east side of the building. More »
Gettysburg National Military Park welcomes public input regarding park operations and proposals. There are several ways for your voice to be heard, by comment cards that you can fill out during your visit or by e-mail on the park contact page.
The public is also invited to attend the Park Advisory Committee meetings, held several times during the year at the Museum and Visitor Center. Check our News Releases page for announcements on when these meetings will be held.
PUBLIC COMMENTS ON PARK PLANS
July 2, 2014: FIRE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR GETTYSBURG & EISENHOWER
This document assesses the impacts related to the proposed action, which include negligible, minor, and moderate impacts to air quality, floodplains and wetlands, soils, threatened or endangered species, vegetation, water resources, wildlife and fisheries, historic structures, archeological resources, cultural landscapes, park facilities and operations, visitor use and experience, social and economic environment, human health and safety, transportation, and utilities.
If you wish to comment on this EA, you may post your comments electronically at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/GETT or you may mail comments within 30 days to the address below. Whether you comment on the website or through the mail, if you include your address, phone number, e-mail address, or other personal identifying information, you should be aware that your entire comment - including your personal identifying information - may be made publicly available at any time. While you can ask us in your comment to withhold personal identifying information from public review, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to do so.
Little Round Top Cultural Landscape Report (pdf; 51.3mb)
Did You Know?
The bronze likeness of an Irish Wolfhound on the Irish Brigade monument at Gettysburg National Military Park symbolizes the loyalty shown for the Union cause by the brigade's soldiers, most of whom were Irish immigrants or sons of immigrants to the United States.