Major planning documents for to Herbert Hoover National Historic Site are linked below in PDF format. Many of the plans are large documents that may take some time to open. Plans and projects that are open for public review are listed on the Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC) website.
General Management Plan
The General Management Plan and Environmental Assessment, 2004 is the primary planning document for Herbert Hoover National Historic Site.
Visitor Services and Interpretation
The Long-range Interpretive Plan, 2009 is a planning guide for the park's visitor services, interpretive products, and educational programming.
The Fire Management Plan, 2001 addresses wildfire suppression. The plan allows the National Historic Site to manage natural resources in the most effective and efficient manner, which includes the use of prescribed fire in the prairie.
The Hoover Creek Stream Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, 2006 examines five management alternatives for mitigating flooding and erosion of Hoover Creek that threaten both the National Historic Site and the Presidential Library and Museum. The environmentally preferred alternative protects the National Historic Site resources from the 50-year recurrence flood. Read more about stream management and watershed planning »
The purpose of Herbert Hoover National Historic Site is to:
Did You Know?
Herbert Hoover was the first person born west of the Mississippi River to become president. Seven other presidents were born west of the river. More...