Session 1.3: Targeting Compatible Land Use with the Power of GIS

APA Federal Planning Division


Thursday, May 4, 2017
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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JB MDL relies on compatible land use nearby and beneath training corridors to ensure that military missions may continue to be viable at the base. The Air Force has a program of compatible land use planning that is referred to as the ICEMAP, or Installation Complex Encroachment Management Action Plan. The ICEMAP, and the associated Compatible Land Use Strategy, or CLUS, approaches mission sustainment in a deliberate and robust way, reviewing internal mission requirements and external growth pressures through a lens that reflects numerous specific Air Force-defined encroachment challenges and their subsequent mission impacts. These are then reviewed in careful detail with local land use plans and parcel-specific strategies are designed during the CLUS. This robust process ensures that all development pressures are reviewed with partners, and are assigned relative importance to help staff direct limited resources to addressing mission sustainment.


Kristina Carroll, GISP

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Community Planner, JB MDL

Jenny Mogavero

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Amy DiCarlantonio, AICP

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