Welcome to the U.S. Navy's website for the Point Mugu Sea Range Environmental Impact Statement/Overseas Environmental Impact Statement (EIS/OEIS).
The Department of the Navy (Navy) is preparing an EIS/OEIS for the Point Mugu Sea Range. The Navy proposes to continue conducting research, development, testing, and evaluation and training activities (hereinafter referred to as "testing and training activities") within the Point Mugu Sea Range EIS/OEIS Study Area (hereinafter referred to as the "Study Area") as analyzed in the March 2002 Point Mugu Sea Range Final EIS/OEIS (hereinafter referred to as the "2002 EIS/OEIS"). In addition, the Navy is proposing changes in activity frequency, new mission areas, and new platforms (such as aircraft and vessels).
The environmental impact analysis will support the issuance of federal regulatory permits and authorizations under the Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act.
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Public Involvement Summary Report Available to View
A Public Involvement Summary Report, which summarizes the public involvement and outreach activities conducted by the Navy and the main issues heard from the public during the public scoping period, is available to view.
Scoping Comment Period is Closed
The public comment period for the Point Mugu Sea Range EIS/OEIS was open from April 27, 2018, to June 26, 2018. The public was encouraged to submit substantive comments on the scope of the analysis, including potential environmental issues and viable alternatives, during this period.
The Navy Held Scoping Meetings in May 2018
Open house scoping meetings were held in Ventura and Santa Barbara, Calif., on May 15, 2018, and May 16, 2018. Meetings included informational poster stations staffed by Navy representatives.
Federal Register Notice Available
View the Notice of Intent/Notice of Scoping Meetings published in the Federal Register.
Project Fact Sheet Available
A project fact sheet is now available and contains information about naval testing and training activities.