This office administers more than 668,000 surface acres of public land along the Front Range and 6.8 million sub-surface acres. Since the field office spans such a large area, it covers a variety of terrain and is involved in a multitude of initiatives. For more information, click on "programs."
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*NEW* Browns Canyon National Monument
BLM seeks public comments on proposed Carbon Dioxide wells (02/24/2015)
BLM seeks nominations to Front Range Resource Advisory Council (02/10/2015)
BLM seeks public comment on proposed withdrawal modification (02/09/2015)
BLM, Fremont County and the Cañon City Area Metropolitan Recreation and Park District seek public input for trails in South Cañon City (01/21/2015)
BLM opens scoping period on oil and gas wells (01/07/2015)
BLM starts public scoping period for Salida trail system additions (01/05/2015)
BLM starts public comment period on forestry project (01/05/2015)
Vegetation Management (May 1, 2013): The Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service are seeking public input on proposed vegetation management in Chaffee and Lake counties. The proposed management would restore, maintain and enhance vegetative conditions through various treatment methods including the use of mechanical and hand tools, and prescribed fire.
Gravel Quarry Environmental Assessment (December 20, 2012) This final environmental assessment (with the Decision) is titled "Mineral Materials Competitive Sale in Fremont County, CO" DOI-BLM-CO-200-2011-0092 EA
New Elk Coal Lease Environmental Assessment (NEPA #DOI-BLM-CO-200-2009-0018 EA) - This link goes to the Royal Gorge Field Office NEPA log. Links to the EA, maps, and Geologic Engineering and Maximum Economic Recovery Report are posted there. Look for the NEPA number provided above.