Manhattan Project National Historical Park is initiating a stakeholder engagement process that will be used to help inform the park’s interpretive planning process. The National Park Service will be engaging the public in a series of virtual meetings beginning in April with a specific focus on the park’s four Interpretive Themes. The National Park Service is hoping for broad public participation in these events, especially from the local communities and nearby cities in each of the three Manhattan Project NHP locations, and from stakeholders with specific interest in or ties to the Manhattan Project. Engagement sessions will be organized both by theme and by region.
The intention of the National Park Service is to reach as broad and diverse of an audience as possible in order to obtain input on a wide array of experiences and perspectives that will inform the development of the interpretive plan and visitor experience for the park.
Due to ongoing public health restrictions associated with COVID-19 all events will be held virtually.
Introductory Webinar, Tuesday, April 13: 3:30 PDT/ 4:30 MDT/ 6:30 EDT
The NPS will be providing a brief overview of the Stakeholder Engagement project and information on how the public can participate.
If you are interested in attending, please register at the following link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vTobWz9AQ6KMqh_9o8MkFA
The park will be hosting public meetings with our communities on the following dates, each meeting is scheduled for 5:30 pm local time:
Hanford: April 20, 2021
Los Alamos: April 21, 2021
Oak Ridge: April 22, 2021
The zoom link for registration for these meetings will be available on this website after April 13.
Please reference the park’s Foundation Document for additional background on Manhattan Project National Historical Park.
You can also learn more about the History & Culture of the Manhattan Project on the park’s website at the following links:
Last updated: April 12, 2021