Your input helps Idaho Power make informed project decisions. Idaho Power encourages you to participate in the Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Line Project by:
- Participating in public comment periods associated with the ODOE/EFSC review process. Comments must be submitted directly to ODOE to be considered on-the-record for the proposed facility.
- Sign up for project-related updated issued by ODOE via their GovDelivery System.
- Submitting comments or questions to Idaho Power.
- Attending public meetings.
- Keeping informed by signing up for the project mailing list.
- Reviewing project materials such as this website, agency review documents and newsletters.
- Asking questions.
We encourage your participation and welcome your comments and questions about the project.
Idaho Power’s Community Outreach
Idaho Power is committed to working with landowners, communities, resource and regulatory agencies, government officials, and other interest groups and organizations throughout the project.
To learn more about past routing outreach through the Community Advisory Process and micrositing, visit Idaho Power's Routing page.
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Process
The NEPA process is being conducted by the BLM and the USFS. This public process is required for any project proposed on federally-managed public lands. To learn more, visit the BLM’s NEPA Process page.
This public process is required by the State of Oregon for any large energy facility within the state. To learn more, visit ODOE-EFSC’s Process Information page.