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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Tioga Bridge and Susan Creek Day-Use Area Improvements

Roseburg

Documents in Project

Environmental Assessment DOI-BLM-OR-R040-2009-0006-EA Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers 2,142 acres of the Wild and Scenic River Corridor, including the Susan Creek Day-Use Area and the Tioga segment of the North Umpqua Trail. The Tioga segment runs for 16 miles between the Wright Creek and Swiftwater trailheads, making it the longest section of the North Umpqua Trail. It is underused due to its length and the level of difficulty for access. The BLM proposes to construct a footbridge (hereafter referred to as the Tioga Bridge) across the existing piers to provide access over the River to the Tioga segment of the North Umpqua Trail.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Recreation
Download: TiogaBridgeEA.pdf
Document Publish Date
Comment:
07/28/2009
07/28/2009 - 08/26/2009
Finding of No Significant Impact DOI-BLM-OR-R040-0006-EA Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Swiftwater Field Office proposes to construct a pedestrian bridge across the North Umpqua River to connect to the Tioga segment of the North Umpqua Trail. Additionally, the BLM proposes to expand the Susan Creek Day-Use Area parking lot, construct gazebos in the day-use area and to construct a trail connecting the proposed bridge to the day-use area. The proposed action is located in the North Umpqua Wild and Scenic River Corridor and the Susan Creek Recreation Area in T. 26 S., R. 2 W., Willamette Meridian.
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Recreation
Download: TiogaEADRAFTFNS.pdf
Document Publish Date
07/28/2009
Decision Record NEPA#: DOI-BLM-OR-R040-2009-0006-EA Planning in Progress
The construction of the Tioga Bridge and the Emerald Trail will occur in stands of conifer forest that are 110-170 years old but have indications of human disturbance within the last 60 years. The existing, concrete piers on which Tioga Bridge will be placed were themselves part of an existing road system that was washed out in 1964 (i.e. the Young's Bay Bridge).
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Recreation
Download: TiogaDR.pdf
Document Publish Date
Protest:
05/25/2010
05/25/2010 - 06/24/2010
Finding of No Significant Impact DOI-BLM-OR-R040-0006-EA Planning in Progress
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Swiftwater Field Office will construct a pedestrian bridge across the North Umpqua River to connect to the Tioga segment of the North Umpqua Trail, place a gazebo, and construct a trail connecting the bridge to the day-use area as described in the Tioga Bridge and Susan Creek Day-Use Area Improvements Decision Document (pgs. 1- 3).
Roseburg District Office
(541) 440-4930
n/a
Resource Area: Swiftwater
Program Areas: Recreation
Download: TiogaFNS.pdf
Document Publish Date
05/25/2010

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