The U.S. Forest Service is asking for public input on proposed changes to the Tallac Historic Site.
The agency is proposing a variety of erosion control measures at the site, several new parking lots in the area and the installation of a new restroom at the Kiva Point parking area.
The project would improve site circulation by reconfiguring the three intersections along Highway 89 (Valhalla, Tallac, and Taylor Creek) into two entrances, according to the Forest Service. A new road would connect the reconfigured intersections within the site, allowing visitors to enter the site and access all areas without returning to the highway.
Project implementation and bathroom construction could begin as early as September 2013. The project is expected to be complete by 2015.
Comments on the proposal are due by the close of business on Oct. 1. For more information, contact Ashley Sommer at 530-543-2615 or email@example.com.