Southwest Shore Recreation Trail

Case Name:

Country:

United States of America

Restoration Types:

Recreation

State:

Affected DOI Resources:

Recreational Use Loss

City:

Syracuse

Phase:

Monitoring / Completed

Project Description

In March 2018, the United States Department of the Interior, acting through the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and the State of New York, acting through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), together the Trustees, settled a natural resource damage claim with the Responsible Parties, Honeywell International Inc. and Onondaga County, New York, for the Onondaga Lake Superfund Site in Onondaga County, New York. The “March 2018 Onondaga Lake Natural Resource Damage Consent Decree” (NRD CD) outlines specific restoration projects currently underway by the responsible party, Honeywell International Inc. The Scopes of Work (SOWs) for these projects are defined in the NRD CD, Appendix C. The Project #12 SOW (Southwest Shore Recreation Trail Project): Honeywell constructed approximately 1.2 miles of paved recreational trail consistent with the existing Onondaga County Loop-the-Lake trail system and in compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidance and consistent with the Empire State Trail guidelines.

Restoration Land Ownership

Honeywell International with Property Easement held by County

Parties Implementing Restoration

Responsible Party (Honeywell International Inc.)

DOI Project Representatives

Fish and Wildlife Service

Southwest Shore Recreation Trail 1, Credit: Parsons

Southwest Shore Recreation Trail 2, Credit: Parsons


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Restoration Documents

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Contacts

New York Ecological Services Field Office

Cortland, NY | (607) 753-9334 | http://www.fws.gov/northeast/nyfo/

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