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LGRT Project Submission Form - PSICC 1. General Information on Project: Forest: Pike & San Isabel NF & Cimarron & Comanche NG District: Pikes Peak, South Park, & South Platte RD’s Road or Trail # Listed Below Project Name: Hayman EA Roads Decommissioning State: CO, County: Douglas, Jefferson, Park and Teller, Congressional District: 5 & 6 Attach copy of signed RMO – Not applicable; roads slated for decommissioning or conversion to trails via approved EA. Description/Purpose of the project: Road Decommissioning & Road Conversion as listed below, generated from the Hayman Fire Roads Management Project Decision Memo, signed 9/4/2004 and the Hayman Fire Burn Area Roads Analysis, dated 9/2003. This submittal is a combination of three separate District submittals, and could accommodate partial funding & accomplishment if necessary. PIKES PEAK RANGER DISTRICT Roads to Decommissioned NFSR Miles Unit Cost Total 200.B 0.25 $5000 $ 1,250.00 closed after Hayman, could use more work probably channelized now also need fences, etc. 340.C 0.60 $5000 $ 3,000.00 closed after Hayman – GONE – channelized ?? – could use some work 343.A1 0.40 $5000 $ 2,000.00 need to ground truth – might have closed itself 343.A2 0.67 $5000 $ 3,350.00 need to ground truth – might have closed itself 357.I 0.55 $5000 $ 2,750.00 Dycks – special use permit road – leave as is 361.A 0.20 $5000 $ 1,000.00 Wildhorn campground road – campground decommissioned… not a priority 362.C 0.20 $5000 $ 1,000.00 Priority to close 362.D 0.50 $5000 $ 2,500.00 Priority to close 364.B 0.70 $5000 $ 3,500.00 Priority to close – in drainage 366.A 2.07 $5000 $ 10,350.00 A portion was agreed to be left open, need to ground truth 366.AA 0.50 $5000 $ 2,500.00 already done – no work necessary 6.64 $ 33,200.00 Roads to Motorized Trails NFSR Miles Unit Cost Total 340.B 1.13 $5000 $ 5,650.00 343.B 0.50 $5000 $ 2,500.00 1.63 $ 8,150.00 SOUTH PARK RANGER DISTRICT Roads to Decommission NFSR Miles Unit Cost Total 367.A 0.61 $5000 $ 3,050.00 205.A 0.52 $5000 $ 2,600.00 207 0.67 $5000 $ 3,350.00 1.80 $ 9,000.00 Roads to Motorized Trails NFSR Miles Unit Cost Total 215 1.87 $5000 $ 9,350.00 1.87 $ 9,350.00 SOUTH PLATTE RANGER DISTRICT Roads to Decommission NFSR Miles Unit Cost Total 206 2.00 $5000 $ 10,000.00 211.I 1.96 $5000 $ 9,800.00 211.J 0.30 $5000 $ 1,500.00 211.K 0.40 $5000 $ 2,000.00 211.L 1.44 $5000 $ 7,200.00 211.M 0.41 $5000 $ 2,050.00 360.C 0.65 $5000 $ 3,250.00 522.A 0.16 $5000 $ 800.00 525 3.00 $5000 $ 15,000.00 542 5.19 $5000 $ 25,950.00 544 2.01 $5000 $ 10,050.00 17.52 $ 87,600.00 2. Funding Information: Show dollars ($M) by activity. Project cost should include (if appropriate) NEPA, contract preparation, contract administration, and indirect costs. (Indirect costs should be included in the appropriate line below. (See funding summary below individual District summaries.) PIKES PEAK RANGER DISTRICT Program Area: Roads $ 51,690.00 Trails Other (Must equal FY TOTAL below) $M FY2008 Planning Costs: Survey & Design Costs $ 6,205.00 Engineer’s Estimate $ 41,350.00 Contract Admin Costs $ 4,135.00 FY TOTAL: $ 51,690.00 SOUTH PARK RANGER DISTRICT Program Area: Roads $ 22,470.00 Trails Other (Must equal FY TOTAL below) $M FY2008 Planning Costs: Survey & Design Costs GS-11 Engineer 4 days @ $320/day = $ 1,280.00 GS-9 Nat Res Specialist 4 days @ $235/day = $ 940.00 Field Assistance GS-5 Forestry Tech 4 days @ $150/day = $ 600.00 Seed for Revegetation $ 300.00 Engineer’s Estimate $ 18,350.00 Contract Admin Costs $ 1,000.00 FY TOTAL: $ 22,470.00 SOUTH PLATTE RANGER DISTRICT Program Area: Roads $ 109,500.00 Trails Other (Must equal FY TOTAL below) $M FY2008 Planning Costs: Survey & Design Costs $ 13,140.00 Engineer’s Estimate $ 87,600.00 Contract Admin Costs $ 8,760.00 FY TOTAL: $ 109,500.00 Funding Summary Pikes Peak RD $ 51,690.00 South Park RD $ 22,470.00 South Platte RD $ 109,500.00 $ 183,660.00 Combined total planning = $ 0.00 (planning completed) Combined total design = $ 22,165.00 Combined total contract = $147,600.00 Combined total admin. = $ 13,895.00 3. Priority Designation: Indicate the Forest priority with an “X” for this project (high, medium, low). High X Medium Low 4. Criteria: Give a description for those criteria that apply: 1. Enhancing Watershed Function (How does the project contribute to remediation of water quality problems in watersheds listed by EPA as impaired under Section 303d of the Clean Water Act?) Balances concerns for recreation access and watershed and soil health, it maintains or improves water quality to meet federal and state standards, protects riparian areas and wetlands from degradation. 2. Reduction of risk to Human Health and Public Safety (How does this project address risks to community drinking water, human health, or traveler safety?) Restores roads to a safe, environmentally sound condition, and decommissions unneeded roads and those causing excessive erosion, water degradation and/or habitat degradation, Also provides a safe transportation network in the burn area that is reponsive to public needs. 3. Miles of Aquatic Habitat Made Available (How many miles of habitat are made available by remediation of a blockage to aquatic passage at a road or trail drainage structure?) No data have been collected on the forest to characterize how stream crossings for the above-mentioned roads have restricted migration of fish. Suffice it to say that some of these roads do have undersized or perched culverts. Removal of these blockages would have a positive effect on the survival of resident fish populations, particularly in small tributaries where fish migrate seasonally due to environmental stresses such as summer and winter temperature extremes. 4. Emergency Repairs to Roads and Trails (How does this project restore access, protect investments, and minimize resource damage after an event that does not qualify for ERFO funding?) Since the catastrophic Hayman Fire event in 2002, the PSICC and its partners have been working on a wide variety of rehabilitation efforts for the burned area. The proposed work herein is consistent with approved NEPA and management plans for the area and its transportation system. These roads were identified in the Haymen Fire Roads EA for decommission in order to protect visitor health and safety as well as to ensure protection of soils, watershed conditions and wildlife habitat. By completing this project we will further our goal to meet the intent of the Hayman Fire Roads EA decision and roads analysis to minimize resource damage caused by allowing these roads to remain and fall into further disrepair due to catastrophic events (heavy rain, loss of soil, increased sedimentation, etc). 5. Partnerships (Does the project leverage available funds? No partnership agreements are in place for this work. The project would be implemented via contract and/or force account (highly likely contract). 6. Project Readiness (Date that project work is expected to be completed (force account) or obligated (contract or partnership) This project can be completed in FY2008. Anticipated start date is summer 2008 using both force account & contract resources. Anticipated completion is fall 2008.
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