Access the final EIS
The final EIS can be accessed in the formats listed below.
- Online – The full document can be accessed on the final EIS page.
- Compact disc – If you would like to request a CD be mailed to you, submit a request online or call the automated phone line at 800-230-6593 and leave a message.
- Printed copy of specific sections or summary – If you would like a printed copy of the summary, or another chapter or section of the document, submit a request online or call the automated phone line at
- Printed copy of full document – The full document is more than 6,500 pages. To save paper and reduce costs, limited print copies will be available. If you are unable to access the document online or on CD, print copies can be reviewed at multiple community locations, listed below. If none of these options work for you, request a copy of the document by submitting a request online or by leaving a message at 800-230-6593.
EIS viewing locations
Full printed copies will be available for review at the locations listed below. All of these locations, except for Vancouver Community Library, Troutdale Library and Multnomah County Library, will also have CDs available for viewing. All Fort Vancouver Regional Library District locations will also assist patrons in finding the document online.
Camas Camas Public Library
Castle Rock Castle Rock Public Library
Corvallis Oregon State University, The Valley Library
Forest Grove Pacific University, Forest Grove Campus
Longview Longview Public Library
McMinnville Linfield College, Nicholson Library
Monmouth Western Oregon University, Hamersly Library
Portland Lewis and Clark College, Paul L. Boley Law Library
Portland State University, Branford P. Millar Library
Multnomah County Library (Central)
Seattle University of Washington, Suzzallo Library
Troutdale Troutdale Library
Vancouver Vancouver Community Library
WSU Vancouver Library
Yacolt Yacolt Town Hall
Read BPA’s responses to comments on the draft EIS
Volume 3 of the final EIS
contains BPA’s responses to comments submitted during the draft EIS comment period. You can also search for comments
by name, organization or keywords. For information about past outreach and comment opportunities, see Chapter 1