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Public Comment Sought for Proposed Public Dock at Wild Horse Island State Park -Comments accepted through Monday, May 30 at 5pm
(Polson, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that it is seeking public comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for a proposed Public Dock Installation at Wild Horse Island State Park near Polson, MT. Public comments will be accepted through Monday, May 30 at 5pm.
(Recent Public Notices - 04/26/2016)
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Decision Notice Issued for Proposed Bannack State Park Flood Mitigation Project
(Helena, MT) –Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that a decision notice has been issued for proposed flood mitigation project at Bannack State Park near Dillion, MT. The proposed project will build a detention pond in the upper portion of Hangman’s Gulch on the north side of the historic town site of Bannack State Park. This project is in response to a flash flood that occurred in July 2013 and caused human injuries and 1.5 million dollars in damage to Bannack, a National Historic Landmark. The detention pond will has been designed to provide protection from a 100-year storm event.
(Recent Public Notices - 04/26/2016)

Montana State Parks Seeks Public Comment on Proposed 2016 Trial Grant Applications - Comments accepted through Friday, May 20, 2016
(Helena, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) is seeking public comment on 79 Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant applications for the current grant cycle which closed March 11, 2016. Project applicants requested approximately $2.6 million from Montana’s Recreational Trails Program. Approximately $1.4 million in funding will be available for projects. Comments will be accepted through Friday, May 20th at 5pm.
(Recent Public Notices - 04/18/2016)
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Decision Notice Issued for Lewis & Clark Caverns Campground Improvement EA
(Helena, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that a decision notice has been issued for a campground improvement project at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park near Whitehall, MT. The decision notice recommends moving forward with the installation of electrical pedestals at 9 campsites within the park’s campground. This project will improve 9 of the 40 existing campsites resulting in a total of 18 sites which offer electrical service. This project answers customer requests for more campsites with electrical service at the park. It will also lessen campground visitor dependence on generators and improve the quality of the camping experience by reducing the noise and pollution associated with them. A 34 day public comment period was open from February 2, 2016 through March 7, 2016. A total of 8 comments were received; 7 in support of the project and 1 against.
(Recent Public Notices - 03/14/2016)

Decision Notice Issued for Proposed Bicycle Campsites At Four Montana State Parks
(Helena, MT) –Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that a decision notice has been issued for proposed shared group bicycle campsites at four state parks in western Montana. The decision notice recommends to move forward with the improvement and installation of the bicycle campsites at Whitefish Lake State Park near Whitefish, MT; Flathead Lake-Wayfarers State Park near Bigfork, MT; and Placid Lake and Salmon Lake Sate Parks near Seeley, MT. The proposed improvements include enhancing existing shared group bicycle campsites at Whitefish Lake and Wayfarers State Parks, and construction of new shared group bicycle campsites at Placid Lake and Salmon Lake State Parks. The group bicycle sites will accommodate up to 10 tent spaces and be equipped with a bicycle rack, fire ring, bear resistant food lockers, potable water, bicycle maintenance stand, electrical outlets and covered shelter with picnic tables. The improved existing bicycle campsites and new sites at additional parks will address the increasing demand to accommodate touring bicyclist and help support bicycle tourism in Montana.
(Recent Public Notices - 02/23/2016)



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