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Environmental Assessment Worksheet

What is an EAW?

An Enviromental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) is a document designed to provide a brief analysis and overview of the potential environmental impacts for a specific project and to help the RGU determine whether an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is necessary. The EAW consists of a standard list of 31 questions and is meant to set out the basic facts of the project’s environmental impacts. The EAW is not meant to approve or disapprove a project, but is simply a source of information to guide other approvals and permitting decisions. The information in the EAW process has two functions: to determine whether an EIS is needed, and to indicate how the project can be modified to lessen its environmental impacts; such modifications may be imposed as permit conditions by regulatory agencies.

Link to the EQB Monitor: https://www.eqb.state.mn.us/eqb-monitor


Environmental Assessment Worksheet public documents:

Spirit Mountain Recreation Area 2016-2017 Improvements – Record of Decision (August 12, 2016)

Hartley Park Phase 1 Implementation of Master Plan (August 21, 2015)

Adam Fulton
Manager, Community Planning Division
City Hall, Room 208
411 West First Street
Duluth, MN 55802
(218) 730-5580 afulton@DuluthMN.gov

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Keith Hamre
Director, Planning & Construction Services
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