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Decision Notice Issued for Maintenance and Host Site Improvements at Pictograph Cave State Park
(Billings, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that a decision notice has been issued for Maintenance and Host Site Improvements at Pictograph Cave State Park in Billings, MT. The decision is to proceed with improvements to the Maintenance facilities and two Camp Host Sites. By notification of this Decision Notice, the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) is hereby made the Final EA. Under the proposal, Montana State Parks would remove the current storage shed and pump house, and relocate all equipment and utilities to a new 12’x24’pre-fabricated storage shed positioned on a new concrete pad. The proposal would also renovate the two camp host sites to provide for a more functional, size adequate, and dedicated setting for the host’s RV and vehicles. Electricity would be routed to the storage shed and host pad sites pedestals to provide a safer connection and reduce public safety hazards or code compliance issues. The proposed improvements would provide the infrastructure essential to protect park resources and public safety.
(Recent Public Notices - 10/28/2014)

Public Comment Sought on Draft EA for Milltown State Park Forest Health Improvement and Trail Development - Comments due by Friday, November 28 at 5pm
(Missoula, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that it is seeking public comment on a draft Environmental Assessment for Milltown State Park Forest Health Improvement and Trail Development. Public comments will be accepted through Friday, November 28 at 5pm. The draft EA proposes a forest management project to improve forest health in the upland area surrounding the Milltown State Park Overlook. This project includes thinning trees 6-inches in diameter and smaller, and removal of all beetle-infested trees in order to benefit larger ponderosa pine trees, larch and aspen. Additionally, the project proposes construction of an interpretive trail on the south side of the restored Clark Fork River floodplain, which would connect to the Overlook and continue west to the Bandmann Flats area. Trail construction would include interpretive signage, an informational kiosk, and a vault latrine at the Overlook.
(Recent Public Notices - 10/24/2014)
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Public Invited to Comment On Proposed 2014 Smith River Biennial Rule - Comments due by Friday, November 21 at 5pm
(Helena, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) is seeking public comment on proposed changes to the Smith River State Park and River Corridor Biennial Rule. Public comments will be accepted through Friday, November 21 at 5pm.
(Recent Public Notices - 10/22/2014)
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Public Comment Sought on 2015-2020 Draft Strategic Plan
(Helena, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) is seeking public comment on a draft Strategic Plan. This plan, Charting a New Tomorrow, establishes a shared direction for Montana State Parks and recreation programs through the year 2020.
(Recent Public Notices - 10/20/2014)
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Decision Notice Issued for McCarty Cabin Restoration At Makoshika State Park
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announced today that a Decision Notice has been issued on the Environmental Assessment (EA) for the restoration of the McCarty Cabin at Makoshika State Park in Glendive. The decision is to proceed with the restoration of the full scope of the McCarty Cabin. By notification of this Decision Notice, the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) is hereby made the Final EA. The proposed improvements include the restoration of the McCarty Cabin, the McCarty Cabin access road and McCarty Cabin parking loop. The cabin is a 20 foot by 20 foot log cabin situated within the property boundaries of Makoshika State Park, County of Dawson, in the NE ¼ of Sec 18, T15N, R56E. This project will focus on three objectives: restoring the cabin for safe use; restoring the abandoned road to the McCarty Cabin utilizing the existing road footprint to provide for parking including a compliant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) parking space; and installation of a vault latrine in the area.Funding for this project is provided by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. The public comment process for the proposed project was from July 3, 2014 through August 2, 2014. No public comments were received.
(Recent Public Notices - 09/29/2014)



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