Compatible Use Implementation

The purpose of this project is to begin implementation of several recommended actions contained in the Pinal County Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), completed in 2021. This Compatible Use (CU) Implementation Project, initiated in January 2022, addresses land use compatibility planning around the four Arizona Army National Guard (AZARNG) sites in Pinal County: Rittenhouse Training Site, Florence Military Reservation, Picacho Peak Stagefield, and Silverbell Army Heliport.

Joint Land Use Study

The JLUS is a planning tool developed through a collaborative process that establishes and encourages synergetic relationships among all area stakeholders; these relationships facilitate a team approach to the identification, prevention, and reduction of encroachment issues associated with current and future military missions and local community growth. The JLUS includes an assessment of compatibility issues around the four AZARNG sites in Pinal County: Rittenhouse Training Site, Florence Military Reservation, Picacho Peak Stagefield, and Silverbell Army Heliport. The JLUS culminates in an Implementation Plan that presents more than 120 recommendations for addressing identified compatibility issues.

DRAFT Military Compatibility Chapter of the Pinal Comprehensive Plan

The Military Compatibility Chapter of the Pinal Comprehensive Plan is available for public review during the County’s 60-day review period. Please review the document and provide any comments you may have to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. using the comment form below. The public review period will end on August 12, 2022.

 

Draft Military Compatibility Chapter

Click here to download the Draft Military Compatibility Chapter.

Comment Form

Click here to download the Comment Form.

Copyright © 2022, Matrix Design Group, Inc. This study was prepared under contract with Pinal County, Arizona, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation. (OLDCC). 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 OLDCC.

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