U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
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Effective January 2016, NEPA documents and NHPA status are available on the ePlanning NEPA register. This page is available for archival purposes only. New projects will no longer be posted to this page.

Barstow NEPA Documents and NHPA Status -ARCHIVE-

The table below shows the Barstow NEPA documents that are currently being developed or have recently been completed. The table also shows the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) status for each action. Some of the documents in that table are available on-line and can be downloaded by clicking the entry in the Type column.

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Project Number Type Program Description Geographic Location Contact Status Initiated Completed NHPA Status Field Office Fiscal Year
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2015-0032CXLands and RealtyCACA-51772 Assignment & amendment of Lucerne Wind farm, LLC project; add Lidar unitStoddard valley, San Bernardino County, CAJoan Patrovsky
760-252-6032
pending; bio field surveys requested02/26/201512/18/2015EXMBarstow 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2016-047CXLands and RealtyCACA-48604 US Navy- Elephant Mtn upgrade com site equipmentT9N R1E Sec 8 SBBmJoan Patrovsky
760-252-6032
pending; clearances06/29/2016EXMBarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2016-0014DNALands and RealtyCaltrans District 9 Quarry site to increase extraction volume from 25,000 to 100,000 at a rate from 2,300 cubic yards per year to a maximum of 15,000 cubic yards per year within the existing disturbed 9.8 acres. ShoshoneBirgit Hoover
760-252-6035
Approved01/20/201603/07/2016EXMBarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2015-0058CXLands and RealtyRenewal of existing communication site on Quarzite Mountain near Victorville.Victorville, CaliforniaBirgit Hoover
760-252-6035
Approved12/17/201502/01/2016EXMBarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2016-0001CXLands and RealtyRenewal of Recreation and Public Purposes Act lease for Fire Station in Tecopa, CA and addition of use to dispense water.Tecopa, CaliforniaBirgit Hoover
760-252-6035
Approved11/04/201511/23/2015EXMBarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2014-0005EALands and RealtyAT&T Fiber Optic Replacement project CACA-21604. Copy of the EA can be requested at the Barstow Field Office. Comment Period will end on January 25, 2016.Halloran Springs to Slash XBirgit Hoover
760-252-6035
Approved06/01/201405/27/2016NAEBarstow 2014
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2015-0023EALands and RealtyInstallation of underground fiberoptic line from Baker to National Training Center, Fort Irwin. Copy of the Environmental Assessment can be requested at Barstow Field Office. Comment Period will end on December 19, 2015.Baker, CaliforniaBirgit Hoover
760-252-6035
Approved11/18/201502/19/2016NHABarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2016-0026CXWildlifeThe Proposed Action is to authorize 29 Palms Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center to move desert tortoise onto lands managed by the Barstow Field Office as part of their implementation of their Desert Tortoise Translocation Plan.3 Sites North and Northwest of 29 Palms marine Corps Air Ground Combat CenterChris Otahal
760-252-6033
Pending03/02/2016NHABarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080_2016-0032CXRecreationNon-competitive organized group Special Recreation Permit Event in Stoddard Valley Open Area and travel to Calico Mountain (Odessa Cyn) on May 28, 2016 for a trail ride. This guided trail ride will have approximately 25 participants and 2 staff member vehicles. This event will occur on existing, open routes in the Calico Mountains.Calico MountainsDebbie Flores
760-252-6041
Approved03/24/201604/11/2016EXMBarstow 2016
DOI-BLM-CA-D080-2016-0030-CXCXRecreationClean-up trash of public lands at Giant Rock. The clean up activity is limited to non-historic household trash. The activity would entail a cleanup of the Giant Rock area. Vehicles are primarily pickups and passenger, with trailers; BLM will only provide porta potties if available. the cleanup is scheduled for Saturday March 26, 2016.Giant RockCecilia Franklin
760-252-6037
pending03/16/2016EXMBarstow 2016

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