The park is developing a parkwide programmatic agreement (PA) to guide consultation under Section 106 National Historic Preservation Act. This agreement will replace the existing parkwide PA that expires in May 2017 as amended.
The purpose of this project is to develop a comprehensive plan for phased, long-term rehabilitation of The Ahwahnee - a National Historic Landmark - and associated guest cottages, employee dormitory, and landscaped grounds.
Repair and rehabilitation of the ski lodge are necessary to protect its historic integrity, assure visitor safety, and maintain ski-area visitor services while preserving the natural and cultural resources.
The purpose of this plan is to replace the outdated and underperforming facilities at Big Oak Flat. Goals include unifying visitor services, providing a more adequate comfort station, addressing visitor safety issues, providing an emergency services facility, reduce parking congestion, and more....
The purpose of this plan is to improve conditions at the base of Bridalveil Fall and address issues with existing restrooms, enhance accessibility, improve safety and reduce vehicular/pedestrian conflict, reduce crowding, improve interpretation and wayfinding, and protect natural and cultural resources.
This plan will outline a comprehensive approach to interpreting park natural and cultural resources. The final product of this effort will guide interpretation and education in Yosemite for the next 5 -10 years.
The 1992 amendment to Yosemite's General Management Plan that guides the management of concession enterprises, such as lodging, food, retail, and other commercial services in Yosemite National Park. This plan serves as the basis for contracts between the National Park Service and the park's primary concessioner.
In response to recent rockfall events, the boundary of the rockfall hazard zone in Curry Village has been realigned. The National Park Service is developing an environmental assessment to address the structures within the zone.
The Yosemite 2004 Fire Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement guides the implementation of a complex fire management program. In 2017 we are proposing updates to the Fire Management Plan with an ammendment to incorporate changes to guidance on federal wildland fire policy.
This plan defines the direction for resource preservation and visitor use in Yosemite National Park. It provides a foundation for decision-making and sets long-term goals for the park. It was developed with broad public involvement.
The purpose of the Scenic Vista Management Plan is to provide a systematic program for documenting, protecting, and reestablishing Yosemite's important viewpoints and vistas, consistent with the natural processes and human influences that created them.
Problems associated with visitor use, visitor safety, and resource impacts have been occurring for decades. Thanks to a grant from The Yosemite Fund, a comprehensive analysis of, and solution to these issues is underway.
NatureBridge, a NPS non-profit park partner, has provided environmental education programs in Yosemite National Park since 1971. Most of the campus structures and utilities are more than 60 years old and difficult to retrofit to modern standards. The NPS and NatureBridge developed a plan to address these issues.