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Yosemite National Park Invites Public To Open House (October 2006)

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Date: October 24, 2006

The public is invited to the Open House to:

  • Talk to park staff and listen to presentations given throughout the day
  • Access the latest news on various park projects
  • Review newly released documents and reports
  • Submit comments on proposed projects and ongoing implementation efforts

Planning efforts and projects that will be represented at this Open House are:

  • Rehabilitation of the Yosemite Valley Loop Road Project
  • Yosemite Valley Utilities Improvement Project
  • Tuolumne Wild and Scenic River Comprehensive Management Plan/Tuolumne Meadows Plan and Environmental Impact Statement
  • Hodgdon Meadow Trailer Replacement Project
  • Hetch Hetchy Communications System Upgrade Project

To learn more about ongoing projects, add your name to the park's planning mailing list and receive the Planning Update newsletter as well as other planning-related notices, or submit your email address to receive Yosemite National Park's periodic electronic newsletter.

Mail: Superintendent

Attn: Planning Mailing List

National Park Service

P.O. Box 577

Yosemite, CA 95389

Fax: 209/379-1294

Email

Web: www.nps.gov/yose/planning

Visitors attending the Open House will have the entrance fee waived. If unable to attend, refer to the Yosemite National Park web site for a schedule of future Open House dates.

Did You Know?

View of Yosemite Valley from the Wawona Tunnel Vista.

Rockfall events have helped shape many of the outstanding features along Yosemite Valley's walls, including Royal Arches, North Dome, and Half Dome. Giant talus slopes that slant away from the Valley walls accumulate debris with each rockfall event.