Project Documents

Throughout the project, report documents and workshop summaries will be posted here.


Public Draft Documents Available

The Public Draft Pinal County Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is now available for a public review and comment period.  The JLUS documents are made up of the Background Report and the JLUS Report.  The Background Report provides background on the JLUS process, the Project Area and communities involved in the project, Arizona Army National Guard missions and operations, and a detailed assessment of the compatibility issues identified through the process.  The JLUS Report provides a summary of the Background Report chapters and contains the Implementation Plan that includes the recommended strategies identified to address the compatibility issues. 

Each document can be downloaded by clicking on the associated links below.  A comment form spreadsheet is also available for download.  This spreadsheet can be used to submit comments on the Public Draft documents.  Comments can also be submitted through this website by clicking the “The Public Draft Comments” tab in the upper left-hand corner.The Public Draft review and comment period runs from December 18, 2019 through January 10, 2020.  Please submit all comments either through the project website, or by emailing the comment tracker spreadsheet to Bren Cox with Matrix Design Group by Friday, January 10, 2020. 
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JLUS Report



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to download the JLUS Report (9.1 MB)

Background Report



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to download the Background Report (18.7 MB)

Comment Form



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to download the comment form (699 KB)

Copyright © 2018, Matrix Design Group, Inc. This study was prepared under contract with Pinal County, Arizona, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.

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