Management

 
 
Management Page

The documents on this site are relative to the operation of National Mall and Memorial Parks and various ongoing projects.

Policy Documents
The Compendium for National Mall and Memorial Parks lists the various restrictions, conditions, public use limitations, closures and other designations that are allowed under the discretionary authority of the Superintendent.

National Mall and Memorial Parks is also governed by NPS general regulations in 36 CFR Parts 1-6 as well as the Park’s special regulation at 36 CFR 7.96, which applies to the National Capital Region. To find out more information on these special regulations, including maps which outline the restricted areas in various locations in the Park, please follow this link: *XXXX*

Various Records of Determination (RODs), which outline the reasons a restriction, condition, public use limitation or closure has been established, are available for public viewing.

Planning, Environment and Public Comment (PEPC)
The National Park Service prepares a variety of planning and environmental documents to help guide the management of a park, and provides a website for public involvement in the NPS planning process. These documents would include items like:
Please click here to find all Park Projects for National Mall and Memorial Parks within PEPC.

Proposed Rule - 36 CFR 7.96
The National Park Service proposes to make several changes to the special regulations that apply to certain national park units in the National Capital Region, including National Mall and Memorial Parks. Among other things, the rule would establish areas at memorials on the National Mall where special events and demonstrations would not be allowed in order to preserve an atmosphere of contemplation.

Maps showing the location of restricted areas are available *here*

This rule will not have a significant economic effect on a substantial number of small entities under the RFA (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.). This certification is based on information contained in a report entitled “Benefit-Cost and Regulatory Flexibility Analyses: Proposed Regulation Revisions for Areas of the National Park System, National Capital Region” and is available online *here*.

Other Documents
Other documents that may pertain to the operation of the Park.

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