Final NSA Crane Joint Land Use Study Documents
Following the public review and comment period for the NSA Crane Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), all public comments received were cataloged and addressed in the JLUS documents as appropriate to produce the Final JLUS and Background Report. The Final JLUS documents can be viewed from the links below.
Click the image to the left to view the JLUS Background Report (less the Appendix). This document provides detailed information on existing conditions and compatibility issues, and is a supporting document to the JLUS Report.
Click the image to the left to view the JLUS Background Report Appendix. This document provides a summary of each Technical Working Group meeting, presentations to the Policy Committee, and a summary of each Public Meeting.
Click the image to the left to view the Executive Summary Brochure. This document provides a summary of the JLUS including background, compatibility assessment, recommended strategies, and the Military Compatibility Overlay District and each compatibility area comprising the District.
Welcome to the Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) for Naval Support Activity (NSA) Crane website. As this project evolves, this website will be your primary source for access to all materials related to the project. Just use the menus located at the top of the page to obtain the information you need. The menus provide access to the following information:
Project Overview. This menu will give you access to background information on this project. Look here for frequently asked questions, a map of the Study Area, and the current Project Schedule.
Public Participation. Public input will be a major component in the success of this project. Your input is critical in this planning process and the success of this project. The Public Participation section of this website will be updated regularly to include information about the committees working on this project and guide you to upcoming public workshops.
Resources. Need a copy of a file? This is the menu to look under. All materials prepared for workshops, newsletters, and draft and final documents will be posted here for your review.
Current Requests for Proposals (RFPs), Requests for Qualifications, or Requests for Quotes (RFOs), and/or Invitation to Bidders.