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Naval Station Great Lakes

Environmental Restoration Program Public Website


Actions to implement Navy Recommendations for the Openlands Lakeshore Preserve have begun. The following documents are available to the public:

Proposed Plan for Site 25 - Camp Moffett Southern Fill Area

Please CLICK HERE for the Proposed Plan for Site 25 - Camp Moffett Southern Fill Area.

Information Repositories

The Administrative Record (AR) File contains data and documentation supporting site decisions. The AR File for Naval Station Great Lakes contains reports and documents of public interest, such as the Remedial Investigations/Risk Assessments (RIs/RAs), Feasibility Studies (FSs), Proposed Plans (PPs), Records of Decision (RODs), the Community Involvement Plan (CIP), and fact sheets. The AR File can be accessed online through the following link:

Administrative Record

In addition, a copy of the AR File on compact disc (CD) is available in a 3-ring binder at the following Information Repository locations:

North Chicago Public Library (
2100 Argonne Drive
North Chicago, Illinois 60064

Glenview Public Library (
1930 Glenview Road
Glenview, Illinois 60025

Restoration Advisory Board

A Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) does not currently exist for Naval Station Great Lakes; however, if in the future, it is necessary to form a RAB, the Navy will hold meetings of the RAB as warranted to discuss key environmental activities or as general update meetings.

Community Involvement Plan

A Community Involvement Plan (CIP) was developed in January 2010 to identify community concerns and information needs that may arise during remedial activities at Naval Station Great Lakes in Lake County, Illinois. The community involvement activities outlined in the CIP are utilized by the Navy to make sure that residents are continuously informed and provided opportunities to be involved. A copy of the CIP is available in the Administrative Record. The Navy will review and/or modify the CIP whenever necessary to make sure it is effective in keeping both local officials and the general public informed about the Naval Station Great Lakes sites.

Public Notices

Public notices announcing public meetings, public hearings, and the availability of documents are generally advertised in three local newspapers (Pioneer Press, Lake County News Sun, and the Great Lakes Bulletin).

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