General Management Plan Amendment: Draft Environmental Impact Statement: Public Comments

From August 8, 2019, until September 23, 2019, the National Park Service (NPS) sought public review and comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a General Management Plan Amendment (GMP Amendment) addressing all lands currently under agricultural lease/permits within Point Reyes National Seashore and the north district of Golden Gate National Recreation Area in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act and the public involvement requirement of the National Historic Preservation Act. During this time, two open house meetings were held at different locations near the park. The public was encouraged to submit comments through the NPS Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC) website. Comments were also accepted at the meetings, by US mail, and in person at the park. More than 7,600 pieces of correspondence were received during the comment period. All correspondence received during the public comment period is presented in the two machine-readable and text-searchable PDF files below. They contains all of the correspondence that was entered into the PEPC website, including transcriptions of correspondence received via comment card, postal mail, or hand delivery. These documents have been modified to exclude any personal identifying information of individuals such as street address, email address, or telephone numbers. Once you have downloaded the file, open the Find tool in your PDF reader, and search for the desired name or content. If you have any questions or would like a copy of any correspondence in its original form, please contact Melanie Gunn at 415-464-5131.

Draft Environmental Impact Statement Correspondence Comments 1 through 5026 (5,773 KB PDF)

Draft Environmental Impact Statement Correspondence Comments 5027 through 7624 (7,173 KB PDF)

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Last updated: July 18, 2021

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