Larimer County Master Plans Questionnaire #4

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Introduction
Larimer County 
Reservoir Parks Master Plan &
Resource Management Plan/Environmental Assessment


Two Plans, One Great County To Play

Questionnaire #4 - Draft Plans 

Welcome to the fourth and final questionnaire to help guide the development of the Larimer County Reservoir Parks Master Plan and associated Resource Management Plan/Environmental Assessment (RMP/EA) update. The draft plans were developed from a year-long public dialogue and three outreach series. Now we want to hear from you! The plans outline potential recreation improvements and other management actions at Horsetooth, Carter, Lake Pinewood, and Flatiron reservoirs.

Larimer County's Reservoir Parks Master Plan takes a county-wide look at current and future recreation needs. While the four reservoirs play an important role in the master plan, it also includes topics beyond the scope of the RMP/EA, including project costs, financial strategies, and recreation needs beyond those served by the four reservoirs.

The draft RMP/EA , prepared by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), describes the needs and opportunities; public issues and concerns; goals and objectives; and specific management objectives and actions at the four reservoirs. Because the reservoirs are federally managed, proposed recreation improvements are required to be disclosed and analyzed under the National Environmental Policy Act. The draft RMP/EA identifies potential environmental effects.

This questionnaire focuses on key sections and recommendations of the plans and each section points you to the appropriate material to review:
  1. Public Process & Trends
  2. Existing Park Recommendations by Reservoir
  3. Future Park Recommendations
  4. Funding
  5. Environmental Consequences 

Comments must be completed be submitted by August 7, 2017.

If you have yet to review these documents, they are available at: www.onegreatcountytoplay.com