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El Centro NEPA Documents and NHPA Status

The table below shows the El Centro 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-D070-2013-0064EARecreationPermanent closure of the Airport Mesa Shooting Area in Eastern San Diego County. Hunting will still be allowed under this closure. Eastern San Diego County, CANicollee Gaddis
760-337-4427
Signed04/23/201301/27/2015El Centro 2013
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2015-0027CXRecreationCentral Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) is proposing to remove, mill, or pulverize the existing asphalt surface, make a minor realignment, widen to include 3 ft aggregate shoulders, and construct vehicle pullouts/turn-around locations along Grays Well Road. This Categorical Exclusion (CX) document is for conducting a preliminary subsurface geotechnical investigation for coring and drilling activities to obtain data pertaining to general roadway condition surveys, geotechnical hazards, anticipated excavations and structures, material sources, and general constructability issues. A total of 10 borings (1 per ½ mile at a depth of 5 feet) and 5 cores (1 per mile) will be made within the prism (pavement and shoulders) of the existing Grays Well Road. The exact location of drilling will be determined based on utility clearances and local BLM input. Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation AreaNeil Hamada
760-337-4451
Signed01/21/201501/27/2015El Centro 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2015-0028CXRecreationCentral Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) is proposing to remove, mill, or pulverize the existing asphalt surface, reconstructing the 26 foot roadway, vehicle pullouts and parking areas. This Categorical Exclusion (CX) document is for conducting a preliminary subsurface geotechnical investigation for drilling and coring activities to obtain information pertaining to general roadway condition surveys, geotechnical hazards, anticipated excavations and structures, material sources, and general constructability issues. A total of 15 borings (1 per ½ mile interval at a depth of 5 feet) and 8 cores (1 per mile interval) will be made within the prism (pavement and shoulders) of the existing Gecko Road. The exact location of drilling will be determined based on utility clearance and local BLM input. Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation AreaNeil Hamada
760-337-4451
Signed01/21/201501/27/2015El Centro 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2015-0025CXRecreationApplicant proposes to conduct alternating individual ATV parade run prior to a competitive individual race around a marked and monitored course in the Algodones Dunes area. This event has been staged several times before in Imperial Sand Dunes. No wheel to wheel racing will be done. Participant will do a parade lap followed by a timed lap. Next participant will start parade lap when prior participant is half way through their timed lap. Event staff is supplemented by flaggers (17), and roamers (8) to help monitor safety procedures and activities, inform riding public of event, and communicate with medical and proponent on route issues (see attached safety plan for more detail on duties). The event will encompass activities for February 26 and 27, 2015. On the 26th the proponent, staff, and participants will caravan from Wash 22 to site for marking and preview run of route, then caravan back to Wash 22. On 27th event staff would caravan to site between 0600 and 0630, inspect route to insure cones are correct and assume station prior to event. Proponent and participants would follow the attached schedule of activities for the event day. Participants will not exceed 50 and any spectators would be family of participates and staff with less than 30 expected. Glamis Dunes EPONeil Hamada
760-337-4451
Cancelled01/13/2015El Centro 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2015-0006-DNADNALands and RealtyApplicant proposes to conduct twenty-nin days of video photography between January 08, 2015 and February 4, 2015 at Mammoth Wash (any time) and south of Roadrunner Campground Monday- Friday (excluding the holiday weekend of January 16-19, 2015) within the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Filming would be of two actors wearing camp bags on their backs walking up and down the dunes. Crew size would be 18 people. They will set up base in or around Keyhole Road/ Roadrunner campground, and will not be recreating at any time. No earth disturbing activities or pyrotechnics would occur.Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation AreaVictoria Hernandez
760-337-4436
Signed10/15/201401/06/2015CMPEl Centro 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2015-0024DNARecreationApplicant proposes a one day still photo shoot in the areas around Buttercup Valley and Test Hill. The proposed action is a short-term use not entailing any significant environmental disturbance or pyrotechnics. Buttercup Valley and Test HillVictoria Hernandez
760-337-4436
Signed01/08/201501/12/2015El Centro 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2014-0045CXRecreationApplicant propose to conduct rocketry activities one weekend a month from October 2014 through June, 2015 at the Little Sunrise camping area located South of 98 within the Yuha ACEC. There would be between 30 and 35 participants each weekend. Between 12 and 18 spectators per event are expected. NHPA updated 05/20/2014 by JSLittle Sunrise Campground, Yuha ACEC Dallas Meeks
760-337-4453
Cancelled04/03/2014EXMEl Centro 2014
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2014-0057CXRecreationApplicant proposes to conduct an OHV race on October 5, 2014 within the Superstition Mountain Open OHV area involving bikes and quads. The race will be 3 one hour races where entrants would attempt as many laps as possible. Course is 10.7 mile loop course. 50 racers and 250 spectators are expected. NHPA status updated 6/10/14 by JS.Superstition Mtn Open OHV areaDallas Meeks
760-337-4453
Signed04/29/201410/03/2014EXMEl Centro 2014
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2014-0056CXRecreationApplicant proposes to conduct an OHV race on November 1, 2014 involving bikes and quads within the Plaster City Open OHV area. Entrants would attempt three laps around approximately 24 mile loop course. 42 entrants and 100 spectators are expected. NHPA status updated 6/10/14 by JS.Plaster City West Open OHV areaDallas Meeks
760-337-4453
Signed04/29/201410/30/2014EXMEl Centro 2014
DOI-BLM-CA-D070-2014-0078CXRecreationApplicant proposes to conduct Polarius ATV demo rides within the ISDRA, Glamis on October 27 through November 3, 2014. The rides would start and end on private property and would be no longer than two mile per ride. Approximately 300 to 400 participants are expected with no spectators. NHPA Status added 9/11/14.ISDRA, GlamisDallas Meeks
760-337-4453
Signed07/16/201410/10/2014NHAEl Centro 2014

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