Clark, Lincoln, and White Pine Counties Groundwater Development Project

Get Involved/Contact Us

Public participation is critical to helping ensure the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has considered the views of the public in the decision on these groundwater development projects.  BLM encourages you to get involved; we want to hear from you.

The first opportunity to get involved was the public scoping period, which extended from March 31, 2006 to May 1, 2006.  Although the deadline to submit comments was May 1, 2006 in order to have the comments represented in the Final Summary Scoping Report, the BLM accepts and reviews comments received throughout the entire process.

The second opportunity to get involved was the Draft EIS comment period, which began on June 10, 2011 and extended through October 11, 2011.  You can review the Draft EIS on this website or request a copy of the document using the contact information below.  Public meeting were held at the following locations and dates:

City, StateDateLocationTime
Pioche, NVAugust 2, 2011

Pioche Elementary School, 651 Airport Rd, Pioche NV 89043

5pm
Baker, NVAugust 3, 2011Baker Hall at the Baker Elementary School, 120 Main St, Baker NV 893115pm
Delta, UTAugust 4, 2011Delta High School Gym, 50 W 300 N, Delta, UT 846245pm
Ely, NVAugust 9, 2011White Pine High School Gym, 1800 Bobcat Dr, Ely, NV 893015pm
Elko, NVAugust 10, 2011Red Lion Hotel and Casino, 2065 Idaho St, Elko, NV 898015pm
Salt Lake City, UTAugust 11, 2011Hampton Inn & Suites, 307 North Admiral Byrd Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 841164pm
Las Vegas, NVAugust 15, 2011Henderson Convention Center, 200 S Water Street, Henderson, NV 890154pm
Alamo, NVAugust 16, 2011Lincoln County Alamo Annex Meeting Room, 121 Joshua Tree Street, Alamo, NV 890015pm
Reno, NVAugust 18, 2011Sparks High School Large Gym, 820 15th Street, Sparks, NV 894313pm

In December, 2007 the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) published A Citizen's Guide to the NEPA: Having Your Voice Heard.  This document explains the NEPA process and provides guidance for public participation in the environmental assessment process. To view the Citizen's Guide, please visit www.nepa.gov/nepa/Citizens_Guide_Dec07.pdf.

The public is always welcome to contact the BLM regarding the groundwater development project EIS.  The BLM Nevada State Office, Groundwater Projects Office can be reached at the following:

Deputy Project Manager: Kim Dow

  • E-mail: nvgwprojects@blm.gov
  • Phone: 775-861-6681
  • Fax: 775-861-6689
  • Address: Nevada Groundwater Projects Office, 1340 Financial Blvd, Reno, NV 89502