The U.S. Army owns and maintains roughly 1,100 acres at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal to ensure the environmental cleanup remains protective of public health and the environment. For information about the 15,000 acres comprising the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, please visit the refuge online here.

Army to Begin Construction Around Headquarters Building

In mid-May, the U.S. Army will begin construction around Building 129, which is located northeast of the Refuge Visitor Center in the Army administrative area. The purpose of the project is to consolidate all Army staff and contractors from two buildings into Building 129, which is the Army headquarters at the site.

This change will enable the Army to reduce its footprint at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, improve worker and traffic safety, and increase energy and operational efficiencies. All fieldwork should be completed by January 2025. To learn more, click here.