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Ahwahnee Rehabilitation - Information

Ahwahnee
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Finding of No Significant Impact signed January 2012
Alternatives presented at the July 2011 monthly Open House.

 

Public scoping for this project occurred from August 13 - September 26, 2009.

Documents

Date

Format

Size

Title

Jan 2012

PDF

Finding of No Significant Impact
Jan 2012

PDF

203 kb Ahwahnee Comprehensive Rehabilitation Fact Sheet
July 2011

PDF

72 kb Ahwahnee Rehabilitation Fact Sheet
Jan. 2010

PDF

118 kb

Ahwahnee Rehabilitation Fact Sheet
October 2009

PDF

305 kb

Ahwahnee Rehab. - Public Scoping Report
Sept. 2009

PDF

19.49 MB

Comment Set #1
Sept. 2009

PDF

4.31 MB

Comment Set #2
Sept. 2009

PDF

9.50 MB

Comment Set #3
Sept. 2009

PDF

1.89 MB

Comment Set #4
Sept. 2009

PDF

1.88 MB

Comment Set #5
Sept. 2009

PDF

343 kb

Comment Set #6
Sept. 2009

PDF

2.56 MB

Comment Set #7
Sept. 2009

PDF

2.58 MB

Comment Set #8

Why Undertake this Project?
After more than 80 years in service, the hotel and associated structures are in need of rehabilitation because:

To stay involved with this planning effort (and download the EA when completed), visit the Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC) page.

Did You Know?

Sierra Sweet Bay

In Wawona and downstream, the South Fork Merced River provides habitat for a rare plant, the Sierra sweet bay (Myrica hartwegii). This special status shrub is found in only five Sierra Nevada counties. In Yosemite, it occurs exclusively on sand bars and river banks along the South Fork Merced River downstream from Wawona and on Big Creek.