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Starting January 14, 2013, the GJFO DRMP/DEIS will be available for download from our website: (documents page)  We will also have a limited number of disks available at the Grand Junction Field Office, 2815 H Road, Grand Junction.  Hardcopies of the DRMP/DEIS and travel management route designation maps can be viewed at the Mesa County Library locations:

·         Central Library, 655 N. 1st St., Grand Junction, Colorado

·         Collbran Branch, 111 Main Street, Collbran, Colorado

·         DeBeque Branch, 730 Minter Ave., DeBeque, Colorado

·         Fruita Branch, 324 N. Coulson, Fruita, Colorado

·         Gateway branch, 42700 Highway 141, Gateway, Colorado



Stop by the open houses for CD copies of the plan, to provide written comment, or to have your questions answered.  Stop by anytime between 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the following locations:



·         January 29; Collbran Auditorium, 102 Main St., Collbran, CO,

·         January 30; DeBeque Community Center, 381 Minter Ave., DeBeque, CO

·         January 31; Clarion Inn, 755 Horizon Dr., Grand Junction, CO

·         February 5; Gateway Community Center, 42700 Hwy 141, Gateway, CO

·         February 7; Fruita Civic Center, 325 Aspen Ave, Fruita, CO


 Travel Management Community Meeting

  •  April 6; Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main St., Grand Junction, CO  4:30-6:30PM

How can I make my comments the most effective?


The most effective comments will address specific details of the Draft RMP, including methodologies, sources of information, and components of the alternatives.  All comments received will be considered during BLM’s decision-making process, but only specific comments will be addressed in the Proposed Plan/Final EIS.


We need comments that not only state a preference for certain management actions in the alternatives, but also include rationale for that preference. 


Tell us what you think of specific aspects of the alternatives – and why.


BLM EIS commenting guidelines (PDF 0.25MB)



The comment period closes April 25, 2013 (extended to June 24, 2013)


Last updated: 03-03-2015