JBSA-Randolph JLUS (Final)

The final JBSA-Randollph Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) has been completed and is available for download. The final document set is based on input and comments from the public, local jurisdictions, federal and state agencies, and JBSA-Randolph.

The final JBSA-Randolph JLUS document set is comprised of the following documents. Click on the cover image to open a document.

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JLUS Report

The JLUS Report presents an overview of the JLUS planning process, purpose and objectives of the study and the recommended Implementation Plan.

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JLUS Background Report

The JLUS Background Report provides information on existing conditions and trends in the study area.

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JLUS Appendices

The JLUS Appendices provides background on specific technical topics and the public input process.

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JLUS Executive Summary Brochure

The Executive Summary Brochure provides an overview of the JLUS including  key recommendations and compatibility area maps.

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JLUS Executive Summary Brochure
The Executive Summary Brochure provides an overview of the JLUS including key recommendations and compatibility area maps.
3.5 Mb file download
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JBSA-Randolph JLUS Presentation to the Northeast Partnership

On July 11, 2013, Matrix Design Group presented an overview of the Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA)-Randolph Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) planning process to the Northeast Partnership (NEP). Through a federal grant awarded by the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment, the County of Bexar initiated a collaborative planning effort with JBSA-Randolph and local jurisdictions, agencies, and stakeholders to assess compatibility around JBSA-Randolph and other associated mission operational areas. The objectives of this planning effort are to identify ways in which potential conflicts between military operations and surrounding areas can be reduced while accommodating new growth and economic development, sustaining economic vitality, and protecting the general public's health and safety, without compromising the operational missions of the JBSA-Randolph. These objectives will be achieved through the identification of compatibility issues with JBSA-Randolph and development of various strategies that incorporate appropriate land use policy and resources planning tools. Following completion of the Joint Land Use Study, individual jurisdictions may consider and pursue adoption and implementation of the strategies – either in part or whole.

Click here to view the NEP presentation.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

JBSA-Randolph JLUS Acronyms

Click here to view the JBSA-Randolph JLUS Acronyms

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

For more information about the JBSA-Randolph JLUS and process, contact Bexar County using the information on the right side of this webpage.