Communication Site Planning
Links to planning direction, forms, fee schedules, new FS Communications Management Handbook, Regulatory
Agency, and industry tools. Site planning tools, forms, and links are available to the general public.
Agency personnel can also view over 170 site plans in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon,
Montana, Nevada, and Wyoming.
FSM and FSH Interim Directives for Commercial Filming and Still Photography.
FSM ID 2700-2005-1
(Manual Amendment Effective
April 14, 2005)
FSH 2709.11 CH 30
(Handbook Amendment Effective April 14, 2005)
FSH 2709.11 CH 40
Amendment Effective April 14, 2005)
Forest Service Outdoor Recreation Accessibility Guidelines - Forest Service accessibility guidelines are
being developed to provide guidance for the agency to maximize accessibility while at the same time
recognizing and protecting the unique characteristics of the natural setting of outdoor developed recreation
areas and pedestrian trails. These guidelines will apply only to new or reconstructed
CUFFA - Cabin Users Fee Fairness Act of 2000|
Procedures for Appraising Recreation Residence Lots and Managing Recreation Residence.
Register Vo. 71, No. 63, April 3, 2006.
Effective May 3, 2006
CUFFA Final Directives
CUFFA Interim Directive - FSH 2790.11, Chapter 30. Expired: Mar 19,
Recovery of Costs for Processing Special Use Applications and Monitoring Compliance With Special Use
Federal Register Vol. 71 No. 34, February 21, 2006;
Current Forest Service
Cost Recovery Fees
Information under the Bureau of Land Management
Ditch Bill Implementation
ID 2720-2005-2, December 21,
This interim directive (ID) supplements existing direction in FSM 2729 to provide guidance to
Forest Service officers in evaluating applications and issuing easements for certain qualifying water
development facilities on National Forest System (NFS) lands authorized under the Act of October 27, 1986
(otherwise known as the "Colorado Ditch Bill").
Federal Register - June 30, 2004
FSM 2729.16 parent text being supplemented.