Maps of Proposed Pipelines Through Monroe County
Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP)
Alternative MVP Route (February 2015)
Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) submitted an alternative route to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on February 18, 2015. Their FERC documents include a county-wide map of the alternate route through Monroe County:
Maps related to the “alternative routes” through Monroe, Craig, and Roanoke counties. (for Monroe and Craig Counties see pages 1-4)
Parcel maps are now available:
Original MVP Corridor Maps (October 2014)
MVP has not withdrawn or modified its pre-filing with FERC or the National Forest Service. The following maps represent the original corridor. They may still be considered as a final option.
- Click here to see the original proposed route of MVP through Monroe County– 1-page county overview
- Click here to see composite of Monroe County topographical maps with original proposed route of MVP
- Click here to see Monroe County Parcel Map – 4-page detailed aerial view, with original landowner parcel boundaries highlighted
Detailed Monroe County Parcel Maps of MVP Proposed Route — The following detailed maps were created from the official maps provided by the MVP parcel maps. The map have been modified to highlight the proposed corridor and include local points of reference showing landmarks and roadways. Thanks to Monroe County artist Jim Clewell for his work to help us visualize the impact of the pipeline.
- #1 – Summers County border to Wayside annotated MVP map
- #2 – Hans Creek Valley – Greenville – Ellison Ridge annotated MVP map
- #3 – Hans Creek/Blue Lick to Lindside annotated MVP map
- #4 – Lindside to Giles County annotated MVP map
MVP Proposed Route Using Google Earth and Geographical Information Systems (link to PreservetheNRV)
Dr. Stockton Maxwell, Assistant Professor of Geospatial Science at Radford University has been working with PreservetheNRV to help landowners and citizens see the proposed MV pipeline route. He created a Google Earth file of the entire route of the MVP including a buffer of 150 feet on each side of the route for the right-of-way during the construction phase of the project.
Monroe County Watershed Maps — Pipeline construction and maintenance could have a severe impact on the watersheds in Monroe County.
The Appalachian Connector (formerly known as Western Marcellus) pipeline
- Map #1 – Proposed route of Appalachian Connector pipeline through Monroe County
- Map #2 – Proposed route of Appalachian Connector pipeline through Monroe County