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Contact: Brent Everitt, 435-986-7120
Cedar City, Utah – The National Park Service has awarded the contract to construct the new Visitor Contact Station at Cedar Breaks National Monument to E-Corp, a small business in Utah. The Service is working with E-Corp to finalize a construction start date and other details. Construction is expected to begin this summer and last for two years.
During construction, access to Point Supreme will be completely blocked. To help visitors plan for visiting the park this summer, a new 2021 Visitor Guide webpage is available online at www.nps.gov/cebr/planyourvisit/2021.htm. The webpage includes information about ranger programs, information booths, entrance pass sales, campground operations, and most importantly restrooms. The page will be updated regularly as the season progresses to provide visitors with the most up to date information available.
The new Visitor Contact Station at Cedar Breaks will serve an increasing number of visitors to the national monument through an expanded indoor contact space, exhibits, and park store, new restroom facility, and sheltered outdoor space for public programming. Design and construction of the new facility is part of the Centennial Challenge initiative which leverages public-private partnerships to fund major improvements within the national park system. Private fundraising for the new facility was spearheaded by Zion Forever Project, the official philanthropic partner of Cedar Breaks National Monument.
About Cedar Breaks National Monument: Established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933, Cedar Breaks National Monument preserves the multicolored geologic spectacle of the Cedar Breaks amphitheater, scenic vistas, and natural and cultural resources of scientific interest for public appreciation, education, recreation, and enjoyment. Visit us at www.nps.gov/CedarBreaks, on Facebook www.facebook.com/CedarBreaksNPS, and Instagram www.Instagram.com/CedarBreaksNPS.
About the National Park Service: More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 423 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit us at www.nps.gov, on Facebook www.facebook.com/nationalparkservice and Twitter www.twitter.com/natlparkservice.
Last updated: May 14, 2021