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Rim of the Valley Corridor
Special Resource Study


Rim of the Valley Corridor Draft Special Resource Study and Environmental Assessment Now Available for Public Review

The National Park Service invites you to review and comment on the Rim of the Valley Corridor Draft Special Resources Study and Environmental Assessment. The alternatives presented and analyzed in this draft report were developed based on NPS criteria for evaluating potential new park units and additions to existing park units, and reflect the comments that we heard from you during previous public comment periods.

Public Meetings

Public meetings are scheduled for locations through out the study area in May and June. Please also join us for an online public meeting on April 21, 2015 at 12:30 pm Pacific Time. Click here for information on how to participate.

Documents Now Available for Review

The executive summary of the draft study report is available here

The full report and high resolution and large format maps are available at: http://parkplanning.nps.gov/rimofthevalley_draftreport

We have also updated our "frequently asked questions" page to answer commonly asked questions that we heard at the public forums.

This draft study report is available for public review for a minimum of 60 days, with comments due to NPS by June 30, 2015. We welcome your comments through e-mail, our web site, mail, or at one of our public meetings.

If you would like to receive updates and newsletters about this study, you are welcome to join our mailing list at any time.

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As directed by Congress through the Consolidated Natural Resources Act of 2008 (P.L. 110-229-May 2008) , the National Park Service (NPS) is conducting a “special resource study” of the area known as the Rim of the Valley Corridor, generally including the mountains encircling the San Fernando, La Crescenta, Santa Clarita, Simi, and Conejo Valleys in California.

 

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updated 4/14/15