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Ms. Kym A. Hall

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Founders Day and Superintendent

Phone: (406) ***-****  
Email: k***@***.gov
Local Address:  Washington , District of Columbia , United States
National Park Service
1849 C Street Nw
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20240
United States

Company Description: About the National Park Service: More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America's 408 national parks and work with communities across the nation...   more

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  • Harvard University
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National Park Service ..., 20 April 2015 [cached]
National Park Service Northeast Regional Director Mike Caldwell announced Monday that Kym Hall has been named to fill the vacancy created by long-time superintendent Dan Smith's retirement last year.
"We're very excited about the tremendous experience and leadership skills that Kym brings to Colonial National Historical Park.
Hall has worked as deputy superintendent at Glacier National Park in Montana since 2011, she also served four months as acting superintendent at Glacier and four months as acting superintendent at the Outer Banks Group in North Carolina.
"I am honored to have been selected to serve as the superintendent. Many years ago I visited the park on a family vacation and knew that I wanted to work there one day," Hall said. "I'm thrilled at the opportunity to work with the park staff, our neighbors, partners and stakeholders as we launch into the centennial of the National Park Service."
Since 2007, there have been a number of changes at Colonial National Historical Park, which encompasses the site of the original Jamestown fort, the Yorktown battlefield and the Colonial Parkway which connects them.
Hall has been with the Park Service for 28 years, beginning at Olympic National Park in Washington. She then went to work in the Washington, D.C. headquarters, working on regulations. She developed the first winter use regulations for Yellowstone National Park and rules for the use of personal watercraft and off-road vehicles at various park locations.
She's a graduate of the Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government Senior Executive Fellows Program, in 2014. She has three sons.
From left to right: Outer Banks ..., 24 Sept 2014 [cached]
From left to right: Outer Banks Group Superintendent Dave Hallac, Acting Superintendent Kym Hall, Southeast Region Deputy Regional Director Barclay Trimble, Outer Banks Group Chief of Interpretation Mary Doll and Deputy Superintendent Mark Dowdle.
Kym Hall, Acting Superintendent, Outer Banks Group, National Park Service
Regional Director Stan Austin announced that Kym Hall has been selected as the acting superintendent of Cape Hatteras National Seashore and the Outer Banks Group, effective August 4.
Hall will temporarily replace Superintendent Barclay Trimble who is moving to Atlanta to take on [...]
Outer Banks Group Acting Superintendent ..., 3 Sept 2014 [cached]
Outer Banks Group Acting Superintendent Kym Hall is pleased to announce the September 11th opening of the newly constructed Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Ramp 25, located south of the village of Salvo and north of the village of Avon.
Cape Point Reopens to ORV Access Acting Superintendent Kym Hall announced today the reopening of the east side of Cape Point in Cape Hatteras National Seashore near Buxton, NC to off-road vehicle (ORV) access effective immediately.
Fall Program Schedule Announced for Seashore National Park Service Outer Banks Group (Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Wright Brothers National Memorial and Fort Raleigh National Historic Site) fall program season will run from Tuesday, September 2 through Monday, October 13, 2014.
National Park Service Founders Day - August 25 Monday, August 25, 2014 is National Park Service Founders Day and Acting Superintendent Kym Hall invites the public to experience their national parks here on the Outer Banks; Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, and Wright Brothers National Memorial.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR National Park Service 36 CFR Parts 1, 3 and 7 RIN 1024–AD07 Boating and Water Use Activities, 17 April 2006 [cached]
ADDRESSES: Comments should be sent to Kym Hall, Special Assistant, National Park Service, 1849 C Street NW, Room 3145, Washington, DC 20240. Email: WASO  Fax: (202) 208-4684.
Drafting Information: The primary authors of this regulation were Jay Lippert, Fire Island National Seashore; Art North, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area; Bonnie Foist, Everglades National Park; Jerry Case, Pinnacles National Monument; Bob McKeever (retired), and Kym Hall, Regulations Program Manager, National Park Service.
You may mail written comments to: Kym Hall, Regulations Program Manager, National Park Service, 1849 C Street, NW., Room 7248, Washington, DC 20240. Email to:WASO  Fax: (202) 219-8835. Please include ''Part 3 Rules'' in the subject line and your name and return address in the body of your message. Finally, you may hand deliver comments to Kym Hall, 1849 C Street NW., Room 7248, Washington, DC.
Kym ..., 20 Oct 2015 [cached]
Kym Hall
Kym Hall New superintendent at Colonial National Historical Park reaching out to community
Kym Hall took over as superintendent of the Colonial National Historical Park in July.
Kym Hall took over as superintendent of the Colonial National Historical Park in July.
Kym Hall visited Jamestown Island on a family vacation 12 years ago, thinking she wanted her National Park Service career to bring her there.
In July she took over as superintendent of the Colonial National Historical Park.
"I saw the resources and saw the stories, and said this is phenomenal," Hall said, sitting in her glass-fronted office with the green park spilling out behind her.
"Since that time, I think they've done a lot of the work on the Yorktown end of things," Hall said.
Hall, 48 and the mother of three sons, is a 28-year veteran of the National Park Service who grew up on the West Coast. She comes to Colonial after short stints as acting superintendent for the Outer Banks Group parks in North Carolina and Glacier National Park in Montana.
Hall had worked as deputy superintendent at Glacier since 2011. She began her career at Olympic National Bank in Washington state before working on various regulations at the NPS headquarters in Washington, D.C., as well as serving as superintendent of the Southeast Arizona Group parks and acting superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Arizona.
Hall hit a few key points, then addressed several issues raised by board members in a 45-minute portion of the meeting.
Hall told the board members she wants to get businesses into vacant buildings in Yorktown Village, and asked for their patience while she looks at a parking plan for the Fourth of July and other big events. When asked, she also briefly addressed the controversial replica tobacco press that was installed in the village and a road safety issue on the Colonial Parkway near Queens Lake
"They are issues that need to be dealt with," Hall said, stressing that her approach is to always try to be a "good neighbor" and to work collaboratively with other groups to find solutions.
Those issues have been prioritized, and Hall said this past week that she is addressing attracting businesses and parking first. The tobacco press, for right now, is being left in place until more research on its historical authenticity can be done.
Officials from the NPS regional office will visit next week to start assessing buildings and working on details about putting out bids and making leases with potential businesses.
Parking for big events will stay the same right now, but Hall is seeking money from the park service to do an archaeological study on the Yorktown Battlefield and village areas. In the past, parking around the village and setting off fireworks have been points of contention for the Fourth of July because of possible damage to the historical grounds and the risk for lightning strikes.
"I don't know that there's a perfect answer," Hall said.
Hall said that she appreciates those who have advocated for preserving views at Jamestown Island with regard to Dominion Virginia Power's proposal to install overheard power lines across the James River there.
"The view should be protected," she said.
Her biggest request for the general public is to drive more carefully on the parkway and battlefield roads, watching speed limits and being mindful of bicyclists and people stopping to enjoy the views. All, of course, while not littering.
"Obey speed limits, be cautious, use it as a time to slow down and really take in the beauty of where we live," Hall said.
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