About the Scoping Process
Thank you for your interest and participation in this project. We look forward to your comments. Public questions and comments regarding this proposal are an integral part of this environmental analysis process. Input provided by interested and/or affected individuals, organizations and governmental agencies during the scoping period will be used to identify resource issues that will be analyzed in the Draft EIS. The Forest Service will identify significant issues raised during the scoping process, and use them to formulate alternatives, prescribe mitigation measures and project design features, or analyze environmental effects. During the scoping process, the ARP will host two public open houses to allow the public an opportunity to review project information and discuss the project and process with members of the ARP staff.
Those persons who submit comments will be placed on the mailing list for future information regarding this project. We encourage submitting your comments on this website. Comments entered on this website will be subject to the Freedom of Information Act. If you wish to remain anonymous, you will not receive future correspondence from the ARP. Individuals who do not submit comments but wish to remain on this mailing list should contact the NEPA Contractor Travis Beck at info@EldoraEIS.com.
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EIS Scoping Period had ended. ARP is processing comments.
Learn more about this Project
The Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to consider and disclose the anticipated environmental effects of implementing select projects from the 2011 Master Plan for Eldora Mountain Resort (Eldora). Through the identification of opportunities and constraints at the ski area, the proposed projects are designed to allow Eldora to meet guest expectations for a safe, quality, recreational experience by providing appropriate lifts, terrain, and guest services at the resort.
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