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Welcome

Welcome to the Naval Support Facility Dahlgren (NSF Dahlgren) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) website. As this project evolves, this website will be your primary source for access to all materials related to the project. The menus located at the top of the page can be used to obtain the following project information pages:

Project Overview. The Project Overview menu contains a JLUS Overview page and Study Area page. The project overview page provides a brief overview of the Dahlgren JLUS project and explains what a JLUS is, describes compatibility planning, and identifies how past JLUSs have been successful. You can also find the project objectives a summary of the general approach to the project here. 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.

Contact Us. Sometimes you cannot make it to a meeting, but you have comments to provide. Use this menu to learn how to contact the Project Manager and provide your input.

This study was prepared under contract with King George County, Virginia, with financial support from the Office of Economic Adjustment, Department of Defense. The content reflects the views of the key partners involved in the development of this study including the Town of Colonial Beach, VA, the counties of King George and Westmoreland, VA, and the counties of Charles and St. Mary's, MD, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.