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NAS Fort Worth, JRB Regional Coordination Committee

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The Naval Air Station Fort Worth, Joint Reserve Base (NAS Fort Worth, JRB) Regional Coordination Committee (RCC) and Joint Land Use Study
(JLUS) implementation efforts are an initiative of the cities of Benbrook, Fort Worth, Lake Worth, River Oaks, Sansom Park, Westworth Village, and
White Settlement in conjunction with Tarrant County. These efforts were initiated out of a realization that urban development may have a long-term
impact on the installation's ability to sustain its military training mission.

Recognizing the land use constraints and development pressure surrounding the installation, a Joint Land Use Study was initiated in 2006 by
the base, the communities, and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to identify actions needed to enable the continued
coexistence of the installation and the communities. Several recommended initiatives were developed as an outcome of the JLUS process,
including a recommendation to form a NAS Fort Worth, JRB Regional Coordination Committee.  The purpose of the Committee is to develop,
implement, and monitor policies, programs, and projects which improve opportunities to expand operations at NAS Fort Worth, JRB in the next
Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.

       Regional Coordination Committee Roster   

  Regional Coordination Committee Bylaws

    

Next Meeting:  January 22, 2018, 1:30 p.m.

Location: TBA in Fort Worth

Agenda

Previous Meeting Information

 

 

Planning Studies and Resources
Planning for Livable Military Communities
Planning for Livable Military Communities

RCC Transportation Study
      The RCC recently completed a study to address transportation issues in the
      communities surrounding NAS Fort Worth, JRB.

Development Review Website
       A clearinghouse and forum to discuss various project types including parcel-specific zoning
       changes, height obstructions, site plan applications, and special exceptions for requested
       changes in proximity to NAS Forth Worth, JRB.


Public Information and Resources

Current Transportation Initiatives

 

Overview Presentation - August 2017

 

State Highway 199 Project

 

State Highway 183 Project

 

Other Resources

2017 NAS Fort Worth, JRB Regional Coordination Committee Legislative Position

Sound Insulation Guidelines Sound Insulation Report     Public Outreach Compatible Regional Growth
Calculate Sound Insulation Needs  l  Joint Land Use Study Background

Funding Opportunities
Joint Land Use Study Products

Committee Endorsement of Projects

The Regional Coordination Committee can provide letters
of support for local projects that meet certain compatibility
and livability considerations.  Procedure for Evaluating RCC Endorsements of Local Projects

Joint Land Use Study Program at NAS Fort Worth, JRB

NAS Fort Worth, JRB Military Operating Areas and Military Training Routes

Staff Contacts
Rebekah Hernandez,
Communications Coordinator, 817-704-2545

 

 

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