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.

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Final Workshop

 

The final workshops provided an opportunity to wrap-up the study and offer an overview of the results. These meetings were held on July 19th and 20th, 2017 in Manhattan and Junction City, respectively.  The workshop provided a final overview of the study and future steps for implementation.  

Interim Workshops

 

On May 4th, a public workshop was held at the Grandview Plaza City Hall to give an update on the development of the joint land use study. Over 15 people attended the workshop, providing valuable feedback and comments. The JLUS team presented an overview of the current status of the analysis, survey summary, and next steps moving forward. 

Kick-Off Workshops

 

On March 31st and February 1st, Flint Hills Regional Council hosted public workshops in Manhattan and Junction City to provide information and get community input on the Fort Riley Joint Land Use Study (JLUS). Over 30 people participated each evening, viewing a presentation about the JLUS process, and providing valuable feedback on things important to them about living near Fort Riley, and what should be addressed in the JLUS report.

 

The JLUS team also spent four days interviewing stakeholders in the three counties and eight cities involved in the study, including elected officials, business owners, city employees and land owners.  

 

We need your input to make the JLUS as successful as possible!  If you were unable to attend one of the workshops, or would like to talk to a member of the JLUS team one-on-one, please contact us. Click here to email us.

Survey

We received a great survey response with over 155 participants!  A summary of the survey response can be found here!