The Little Rock Air Force Base Compatible Use Study

A cooperative planning effort among Little Rock AFB, Pulaski County, White County, Lonoke County, Cabot, the City of Jacksonville, the City of Sherwood, and other affected stakeholders in the community.

Thanks to everyone who attended Town Hall #3.

The livestream has been posted to our Facebook page.

You can view it at https://www.facebook.com/LittleRockAirForceBaseCUS/

The Little Rock Air Force Base (AFB) Compatible Use Study (CUS) is a cooperative planning effort among Little Rock AFB, White County, Pulaski County, Lonoke County, Cabot, Sherwood, Jacksonville, Lonoke, Maumelle, North Little Rock and other jurisdictions and other affected stakeholders in the community. The Compatible Use Study identifies means of promoting responsible land use, accommodating compatible growth and economic development, protecting public safety and quality of life, and sustaining the mission of the Air Force in the region for the long-term. The study is administered by the Jacksonville Economic Development and Cultural Alliance and co-funded through a grant from the Department of Defense (DOD), Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA).

The Jacksonville Economic Development and Cultural Alliance selected White & Smith Planning and Law Group, along with its subcontractors Marstel-Day, LLC and Benchmark CMR, Inc. to complete the study.