Reservoir Land Management Plans (RLMPs) effectively guide land use approvals, private water use facility permitting, and resource management decisions on TVA-managed public land.
Normandy Reservoir is one of eight reservoirs included in the Multiple RLMPs project which was approved by the TVA Board of Directors on August 23, 2017.
Normandy Reservoir is an impoundment of the Duck River formed by Normandy Dam, which is located at Duck River mile 248.6. Normandy Reservoir is situated in Bedford and Coffee counties in middle Tennessee.
Normandy is part of the Duck River watershed, which is one of the most biologically diverse river systems in the nation. Normandy offers good bass fishing, camping, and boating. On the south shore of the lake is the popular Barton Springs Recreation Area (TVA Parcel 29).
The scope of the Normandy RLMP is 4,797.3 acres of TVA public land. The Normandy RLMP contains a regional overview, information about the environment around the reservoir and descriptions of each parcel of land. The reservoir property is divided into parcels, and each parcel is assigned a single land use allocation zone. Descriptions of the allowable land uses within each land planning zone are available here.
Individual parcel allocations can be examined on the maps below:
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TVA land around Normandy Reservoir has been allocated for certain land uses as indicated in the table below.
|Zone 2||Project Operations||790.7|
|Zone 3||Sensitive Resource Management||371.7|
|Zone 4||Natural Resource Conservation||3,365.7|
|Zone 6||Developed Recreation||258.8|
|Zone 7||Shoreline Access||10.4|
*Zone 1 is Non-TVA Shoreland with TVA land rights and does not change as a result of the lands planning process.
TVA’s land planning methodology incorporates the environmental review process established under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). NEPA requires federal agencies to consider the effects of their proposed projects on the human and natural environment before final decisions are made.
It is important to note that RLMPs are programmatic plans that designate potential allowable land uses as defined in the land use zone definitions and do not involve specific land actions. TVA would complete an appropriate site-specific environmental review prior to proposed development or activity on TVA public land.