ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT by aR8wG9

VIEWS: 2 PAGES: 1

									                                         Urban Indoor Recreation Grant
                                 Environmental Impacts of the Proposed Project

                                                   Negative    Minor
   ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES                  N/A
                                                   Impacts    Impacts
                                                                                 Describe Impacts
Geological resources: soils,
slopes, streambeds, landforms,
etc.
Air quality
Sound (noise impacts)
Water quality/quantity
          Stream flow characteristics
          Marine/estuarine
          Floodplains/wetlands
Land use/ownership patterns;
property values; community
livability
Circulation, transportation
Plant/animal/fish species of special
concern and habitat; state/ federal
listed or proposed for listing
Unique ecosystems, i.e. biosphere
reserves, World Heritage sites, old
growth forests, etc.
Unique or important wildlife/
wildlife habitat
Unique or important fish/habitat
Introduction or promotion of
invasive species (plant or animal)
Recreation resources, including
parks, open space, conservation
areas, rec. trails, facilities,
services, opportunities, public
access, etc.)
Overall aesthetics, special
characteristics/features
Historical/cultural resources,
including landscapes,
ethnographic, archeological,
structures, etc.
Socioeconomics, including
employment, occupation, income
changes, tax base, infrastructure
Minority and low-income
populations
Energy resources (geothermal,
fossil fuels, etc.)
Other agency or tribal land use
plans or policies
Land/structures with history of
contamination/hazardous materials
even if remediated
Other important environmental
resources that should be
addressed


     PWD 1190F – P4000 (05/08)

								
To top