Watch for storm damage on all roads
Recent storms have caused flash flooding and damage to roads. Reduce speed and use caution when traveling through the park after storms. Call 760-252-6100 or 760-252-6108 for updates. Check our Current Conditions page for information on specific roads. More »
Four Scoping Notices Available for Mojave National Preserve, San Bernardino County, California
Contact: Danette Woo, 760 252-6107
o Grazing Management Plan and Environmental Assessment, Mojave National Preserve
Cathodic Protection for Calnev Pipeline
Employee Housing at Kelso
The Mohave tui chub (Siphateles bicolor mohavensis) is a highly endangered fish native to the Mojave River ecosystem.The recovery plan for the chub describes the need for additional populations to promote species recovery.For this reason, the NPS would like to restore West Pond at Zzyzx to house a Mohave tui chub population, and improve the species' chances for survival. Public input is welcome to improve our planning efforts.For more information and to comment, go to: http://parkplanning.nps.gov/MojaveWestPond.
Information about any or all of these projects, as well as input to the environmental assessment process, is sought.For more information, please contact Ms. Danette Woo at email: e-mail us,
Comments must be received no later than October 3, 2014. They can be directed to:
Did You Know?
The railroad town of Kelso in Mojave National Preserve was named in 1905 by railroad construction workers. Two men placed their names in a hat, along with that of a third who had just moved away. The name drawn from the hat was that of John H. Kelso, the man absent from the drawing. More...