What kinds of uses are not authorized on Reclamation projects?
A use authorization will not be granted when, in the judgment
of Reclamation, the use cannot be reasonably accommodated on Reclamation
land, facilities, or waterbodies because it would:
|Be incompatible with authorized Project purposes and project operations, safety, or security;|
|Jeopardize the interests of the United States;|
|Result in unacceptable impacts to the environment, natural or cultural resources, public health and safety that would be incompatible with applicable land use planning decisions or project operations|
|Violate state or local law, regulation, ordinances, or zoning;|
|Be an otherwise inappropriate use of Federal property;|
|Result in new private exclusive recreational
or residential use of Reclamation land, facilities, or waterbodies. Such
prohibited uses include but are not limited to:
Improvements that are within the terms and conditions of an existing authorization will not be considered new private exclusive recreational or residential use.
Authority: 43 CFR§429.31