UPPER PRICE RIVER WATERSHED PLAN-EIS
ONLINE PUBLIC MEETING
The public was invited to participate in an online Public Scoping Meeting on Oct. 29, 2020 to learn about the environmental study process, ask questions and learn how to submit comments.
Note: This meeting was recorded for those unable to join live,
see video below.
Public Scoping Meeting | Oct. 29, 2020
The United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), with assistance from Price City (project sponsor), is considering needs and potential improvements within the Upper Price River Watershed to increase and maintain safe and reliable water supplies for the community, increase water conservation, and improve water delivery efficiency.
An evaluation of potential project alternatives and associated environmental impacts is required to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) regulations. The evaluation will be documented in the form of a Watershed Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (Plan-EIS).
At this time, the study team is using the information gathered in the Scoping Phase to develop a list of all possible concepts and locations to begin preliminary evaluation.
Questions about the environmental process? Check out our Environmental Process Flyer.
HOW TO COMMENT
SUBMIT COMMENTS USING THE FOLLOWING METHODS
1. Mail comments to the following address:
Upper Price River EIS
c/o Horrocks Engineers
2162 West Grove Pkwy., Suite 400
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
2. Send an email to:
3. Submit comments on the map below:
- Scroll down to the Public Comment Map for further instructions.
4. In-person location:
- Comment forms will be available at Price City Hall at 185 East Main Street.
- Completed forms may be dropped off at the front desk.
PUBLIC COMMENT MAP
Instructions: To leave an official comment on the map, zoom to the desired location or search by address, click on the map, a new window will appear on the left side, fill in the comment form, and click submit.
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