MCB Quantico Joint Land Use Study (JLUS)
Prince William, Stafford, Fauquier Counties and Marine Corps Base (MCB) Quantico have partnered to develop a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) to examine land uses in and around MCB Quantico. The JLUS will develop recommendations encouraging collaboration and compatibility between the base and the localities. The JLUS is sponsored by the Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) within the Department of Defense. The fiscal agent for the grant is Stafford County. The JLUS partners contracted AECOM with Rinker Design Associates, P.C. and Travesky & Associates, Ltd to lead the JLUS process.
The JLUS will document Existing and future missions at the bases, as well as current and planned land use, development proposals, and policies in the adjacent localities. The study will explore the impacts of local land use policies or proposals on the base and will also evaluate the impacts of base operations on the localities. The planning effort will lead to mutually-agreed upon recommendations that encourage compatible growth and a sustained collaborative planning framework that fosters compatible growth on the installation and in the surrounding localities.