JLUS Purpose

A Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a collaborative study conducted by city and county officials, residents, and the military installation. The purpose of the study is to identify compatible land uses and growth management guidelines near the installation. The process encourages the local community and installation to act as a team in order to prevent or limit any encroachment issues caused by future mission expansion or local growth.

Current News

The review period is complete and the final Joint Land Use Study is now available for download! Download the final study under the Documents Tab.

The 30-day review period begins August 10th for the draft JLUS report. Be sure to review the report and provide your comments by going to the Documents Tab.

Two new workshops have been scheduled! Go to the Participate Tab to find out all of the important details!

Thank you everyone who took the time to complete the survey! We had a great response and received valuable feedback. Check the Participate!! tab for the summary.

News & Publications


The draft report has been posted!  Take a look under the Documents tab.


Be sure to check the website in two weeks when the draft report will be posted for the 30-day public comment period!


Maps have been uploaded to the Documents tab.



The schedule has been updated in the Timeline tab. Take a look to find out when the draft and final report will be completed. 

For More Information

Gary Stith, AICP, Director

Flint Hills Regional Council








This study was prepared under contract with the Flint Hills Regional Council, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense. The content does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.