This page provides project-related information that would be of interest to the community such as how to get involved and stay informed about project progress.
July 24, 2015
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Announces the Public Comment Period on the Proposed Plan for the East Fork Valley Munitions Response Site, Camp Hale, Colorado.
A Proposed Plan (PP) has been developed for the East Fork Valley MRS which summarizes the alternatives being considered for remediating the military munitions contamination at the site, and proposes a preferred remedy. The preferred remedy proposed for the East Fork Valley MRS includes physical removal of any remaining hazardous items from areas of the MRS that are likely to be used by the public or where the US Forest Service is planning construction projects. Protection in areas that are not typically used by the public will be provided by land use controls. The public comment period ends August 24, 2015. Click on the following link to view the complete announcement and the East Fork Valley MRS PP: Maps/Documents.
On-going Community Information & Activities
The web site is updated periodically to reflect current project activities. The Administrative Record/Information Repository at the Lake County Public Library is updated as needed with the latest project documents.
Upcoming Community Involvement Activities
Information sheets on the Camp Hale Munitions Response Project are prepared periodically and made available to local communities, interested people, and on the web site.
Past Community Involvement Information & Activities
Since August 2000, articles about munitions-related activities performed at Camp Hale have appeared in various local newspapers, three television interviews were conducted, and two public meetings were held. Community interviews were conducted during the weeks of January 27, 2003 and February 3, 2003 as part of developing a Community Involvement Plan for ordnance-related work to be done at Camp Hale. This Plan outlines information outreach for the project and can be reviewed at the Administrative Record location or on the Maps/Documents page. Additional interviews with area users were conducted in September 2009 as part of the IRMP communication strategy development.
Administrative Record Information
The Administrative Record (AR) is the collection of documents the USACE uses to make project-related decisions and is kept in a centralized location where the public can access, review, and copy documents related to a response action. To view the AR Index click on the following link: Administrative Record Index. A copy of the Camp Hale AR is available in the Reference Section of the Lake County Public Library. The library location and hours are:
Lake County Public Library
1115 Harrison Avenue
Leadville, CO 80461
Phone: (719) 486-0569
Hours: Mon. to Wed. 10.00 am to 8.00 pm
Tues. and Thurs. 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Fri., Sat., and Sun. 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Closed Sunday (June - August)