On Feb.19, 2015, President Obama designated 21,586 acres of pristine canyons, rivers and backcountry forest in Colorado as the Browns Canyon National Monument.
Proposed changes include trail closures, new trails, regulation changes and instream habitat improvements. Objections to the decision must be submitted on or before September 4th, 2015.
The public is encouraged to attend a public meeting or submit any comments, concerns, or suggestions regarding the Crossons-Longview Proposed Forest Treatments project.
Randy Hickenbottom, District Ranger for the South Platte Ranger District, has selected Alternative 2 of the Payne Gulch Fuels Management Project for implementation.
The ACC, Federal Highways Administration and U.S. Forest Service continue to make significant repairs to flood damaged areas in El Paso County.
Public comments will be accepted during a 30-day period as shown following:
Price Waterhouse Coopers and the Arbor Day Foundation create a video featuring a PSICC employee on the South Platte Ranger District
Proposed changes to travel management and recreation opportunities on the South Platte Ranger District near Guanella Pass.
The Trail Creek Restoration Analysis includes the Assessment Reports and Master Plan for Restoration.
The PSICC is seeking public comment on a proposal submitted by the City of Aurora to address issues with the Jefferson Lake dam.
The Island Lake Watershed Restoration project is located on the PSICC, Salida Ranger District. The project area involves Billings and Island Lakes.