Public Participation banner.

jump over navigation barPhoto of public meeting.


The Army recognizes the importance of public participation in its environmental cleanup program. Hearing from the community enables the Fort Wingate cleanup team to understand and address public concerns. The Army wants to hear concerns about site investigations and cleanup. Especially of interest are specific concerns about health, safety, and environmental issues. Opportunities for involvement include:

  • Public interest surveys;
  • Restoration Advisory Board meetings;
  • Regular communication through news releases;
  • The community interest mailing list; and
  • This regularly updated Web site.

U.S. Army Fort Wingate Depot Activity announces public interest survey for participation in re-activating a Restoration Advisory Board.

Click here for news release and info on the survey. Deadline for survey is Feb. 9, 2021.

The Restoration Advisory Board (often called the RAB) is a committee of volunteers from the community who participate in area cleanup decisions. The board is made up of private representatives from the community, one person from the New Mexico Environment Department, and one from the Army. They meet on an as needed basis to review and discuss the latest developments in the cleanup program. The RAB is currently inactive due to lack of public interest.

About Fort Wingate | Installation Action Plan | Fort Wingate History | Today's Mission
Cleanup Program | Cultural Resourses | Land Parcels | FWDA Documents | Related Links
Public Participation & Notices | Schedule of Events | Search Documents
Return to Home Page