White Mountain Apache Tribe
Rural Water System EIS
Public Involvement
The WMAT EIS scoping period has ended. You can review archived scoping materials by clicking here.
The purpose of the public participation process is to actively inform and engage interested stakeholders including Federal, state, and local agencies; elected officials; Native Americans; and the general public about the proposed action and to receive public input during the various stages of the NEPA process. The project completed the initial scoping process in May 2021 to help identify potential environmental issues and concerns regarding the proposed action. The scoping process for this EIS included public notification via the Federal Register, this public website, newspaper advertisements, direct mailing or email notifications, and public engagement opportunities to learn about the project and provide comments. Additional opportunities to participate will be available throughout the NEPA process.
The project will include an initial scoping process in 2021 to help identify potential environmental issues and concerns regarding the proposed action. The scoping process for this EIS will include public notification via the Federal Register, this public website, newspaper advertisements, direct mailing or email notifications, and public engagement opportunities to learn about the project and provide comments.

Additional opportunities to participate will be available throughout the NEPA process.

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