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Evaluate Potential Effects on Natural and Cultural Resources with Confidence

The ERIS NEPA Report is an invaluable first step in your impact analysis. With critical information on wildlife refuges, historical sites, sensitive receptors, and more, our report streamlines your assessment process and helps ensure NEPA compliance. Our report provides fast and easy access to this vital data.

Enhanced Format with Integrated Layering Capabilities

The ERIS NEPA Report offers the unique benefit of integrated data and layering capabilities through ERIS Xplorer – ERIS’ visualization and analysis platform.

This integration allows users to seamlessly combine data from the NEPA report with other layers of data and information about the subject property within Xplorer.

What is NEPA?
Established on January 1, 1970, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) plays a crucial role in safeguarding both natural and built environments. It mandates that federal agencies carefully evaluate how proposed actions may affect the long-term preservation and sustainability of natural and cultural resources, ecosystems, and biodiversity.

Key Features:

Enhanced Format

With a focus on simplicity and accessibility, the enhanced format ensures that users can effortlessly navigate through the report and extract valuable insights with ease.

Digital Delivery

The report is conveniently delivered in a PDF format for easy access, storage, and sharing, obtained from your My Order Page or the Reports tab within ERIS Xplorer.

Integrated Data and Layering

Seamlessly integrated into Xplorer. Users gain comprehensive insights by viewing all relevant data in a unified interface.

Our streamlined report delivery process ensures you receive the necessary information promptly, allowing you to move forward with confidence.

The ERIS NEPA Report provides the assessment of various important aspects related to environmental impact analysis. It includes information on:

Sensitive Receptors
Historic Sites Report
Natural Areas Report
Special Status Species Report

1. FCC and FAA Sites (Communications Towers):

• AM Radio Structures

• Antenna Structure Registration

• Cellular Towers

2. Historic Sites Report:

• Cemetery Features

• National Register of Historic Places

• AIAN Land Area Representations

• Indian Reservations

• Tribal Leaders Directory

3. Natural Areas Report:

• Approved Acquisition Boundaries

• Coastal Barrier Resource System

• National Natural Landmark Sites

• National Wild and Scenic Rivers System

• National Wildlife Refuge System

4. Sensitive Receptors:

• Hospital Facilities

• NCES Postsecondary Schools

• NCES Private Schools

• NCES Public Schools

• Nursing Homes

• Places of Worship

5. Special Status Species Report:

• Critical Habitats*
(*Federal Critical Habitats, including Threatened and Endangered Species data for the entire US (not State-level species data outside Texas) )

6. FEMA Maps:

• FEMA National Flood Hazard Layer

7. Wetlands (NWI) Map:

• U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Wetland Data

Texas-Specific Special Status Species Report: Texas-Specific Special Status Species Report: If your project is in Texas, our special report provides information on critical habitats, rare, threatened, and endangered species, Texas Natural Diversity Database element occurrences, and wildlife-managed areas.

The ERIS NEPA Report is the most comprehensive solution for your impact analysis. Our report helps you make informed decisions and ensures compliance with NEPA.

For more information, contact your Regional Account Manager, email us at [email protected], or chat with us live.

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