Salt Lake Aqueduct, and Pleasant Grove Property
Provo River Project
Final Environmental Assessment
And Finding of No Significant Impact
The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) has been asked to consider transferring title to three of its Provo River Project facilities to non-federal ownership. The proposed action is as follows:
- To transfer title to the Provo Reservoir Canal (PRC), commonly known as Murdock Canal, including associated lands and appurtenant structures, from Reclamation to the Provo River Water Users Association (PRWUA). PRWUA may subsequently transfer a majority share of the PRC to a Joint Public Agency, yet to be established, comprised of representatives from Central Utah Water Conservancy District, Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy, Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District, and other public entities that may have capacity in the PRC and an interest in PRC management.
- To transfer title to the PRWUA office complex and 3.79 acres of land located in Pleasant Grove, utah from Reclamation to the PRWUA.
- To transfer title to the Salt Lake Aqueduct including associated lands and appurtenant structures, from Reclamation to the Metropolitan Water District of Salt Lake and Sandy.
Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact
Salt Lake Aqueduct, and Pleasant Grove Property, Provo River Project
|Title Page/Introduction (PDF)||
|Table of Contents (PDF)||
|Chapter 1 - Purpose and Need (PDF)||
|Chapter 2 - Descripton of Alternatives & Proposed Action (PDF)||
|Chapter 3 - Affected Environment/Environmental Consequences (PDF)||
|Chapter 4 - Consultation, Coordination, and Public Involvement (PDF)||
|Chapter 5 - List of Preparers (PDF)||
|Appendix A - Evaluation of Proposed Title Transfer... (PDF)||
|Appendix B - Fish and Wildlife Consultation (PDF)||
|Appendix C - Cultural Resources Consultation (PDF)||
|Finding of No Significant Impact (PDF)||