Site Documents Page - contains many documents, historical and current, generated as the environmental study and cleanup of the Cotter and Lincoln Park areas have proceeded. Websites are not intended to contain the complete Administrative Record. Rather, websites are intended to make review of current work documents easily accessible to the public. Click here to access the Site Documents Page.
Records Center - The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division has a Records Center in Denver, CO where documents can be reviewed in person. Please contact the Records Center to request a file review. Requests can be submitted in writing by letter, fax or email, or by telephone.
Information Repository - There is also a site Information Repository located in Canon City, CO where documents may be reviewed during business hours. Information Repositories are not intended to contain the complete Administrative Record. Rather, Information Repositories are intended to make review of current work documents easily accessible to the public.
Here is the address for the Information Repository:
Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center
612 Royal Gorge Blvd.
Wednesday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Public Meetings and Events
Documents and Other Relevant Information
None at this time.
Why a Road Map?
The landscape of how the Lincoln Park Cotter Uranium Mill Superfund Site will be cleaned up changed when the Cotter Corporation decided to terminate their Radioactive Materials License in December 2011. The License, issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, is still in effect and provides conditions for its termination.
Since Cotter will no longer operate under the existing license, access to the entire Cotter property for additional environmental study is now possible. This allows regulators the opportunity to better understand historical contamination on and off Cotter property.
The purpose of the Road Map is to describe the manner in which the State of Colorado (State), the Cotter Corporation (Cotter), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8 (EPA) will work together to ensure that all cleanup tasks at the Lincoln Park Cotter Uranium Mill Superfund Site meet the requirements of:
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and U.S. EPA Region 8 have revised the following Road Map documents. The agencies will revisit and update these documents as needed.
March 25, 2013
The newly formed Community Advisory Group (CAG) has begun to meet in Canon City. Please watch this site for updates on CAG activities.
EPA Superfund Program 101 April 2013
CAGs 101- Introduction to Community Advisory Groups February 2013
For more information or to ask a question, please call or email:
State Unit Leader
Warren Smith, State Community Involvement Coordinator
EPA Remediation Project Manager
EPA Community Involvement Coordinator