Utah Planning and NEPA

The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) land use plans evaluate and guide the management of resources and uses on public lands. Using the principles of multiple use and sustained yield, BLM Utah seeks to maximize resource values on public land for current and future generations, ensuring the health, diversity, and productivity of public land. BLM Utah manages approximately 23 million surface acres of public land.

View our plans and NEPA documents in development and plans in effect in the accordion below. Find all BLM Utah NEPA and planning documents in our ePlanning system. If you are having difficulty finding a NEPA project older than 2015, please also check our archive of NEPA projects on the Environmental Notification Bulletin Board.

Visit our National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) 101 page to learn more about the NEPA process and public involvement. 

Plans and NEPA Documents in Development

Cedar City Resource Management Plan

The Cedar City Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a new Resource Management Plan (RMP) on public lands they manage in Iron and Beaver counties, Utah. The RMP will be the basic document that will guide management of natural resources, activities and uses on the public lands. The new RMP will address issues and concerns identified by the public as well as other government agencies.

Plans in Effect

The Bureau of Land Management uses the following plans to guide management of public lands across Utah.

Field Office Plans:

Cedar City


Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument






Salt Lake

St. George


Statewide Plans:

Programmatic EIS: