JOINT LAND USE PLAN- CAMP CROWDER
A Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is a collaborative land use planning effort between the military installations and their surrounding communities. These communities include McDonald County, Newton County, the City of Neosho, and the City of Goodman. Camp Crowder is located in the southwest corner of Missouri, directly south of the City of Neosho. It is directly adjacent to McDonald County, with the City of Goodman also nearby. Newton and McDonald County have experienced 32% population growth since 1990, and they are expected to keep growing by 16.7% by 2030. So as the two counties keep growing, the goal of the JLUS plan is to preserve long-term land use compatibility between Camp Crowder and surrounding communities. This plan also aims at encouraging collaboration between Camp Crowder and local communities.
JLUS Implementation Updates
JLUS Original Study
Map of JLUS Overall Land Use Pattern
Map of JLUS Focus Area
Additional Maps by Catagory
This map set shows the existing land use for the JLUS Focus Area including the On-Post land use inside the Camp Crowder Training Center. This map set also shows general zoning and future land use for the City of Neosho.
This map set shows the change in population density in the JLUS focus area from 2000 to 2010, and also includes data tables.
This map set shows existing water and sewer lines for the City of Neosho, there are currently no plan extensions for either.
Military Operational Impact Land Use Compatibility Analysis
This map set identifies land use compatibility and potential noise impacts associated with the small arms ranges at the Camp Crowder Training Center.
This map set identifies high complaint risk areas, moderate complaint risk areas, and land use compatibility associated with noise from small demolition charge training activities at the Camp Crowder Training Center.
This map set identifies high complaint risk areas, moderate complaint risk areas, and land use compatibility associated with noise from heavy demolition charge training activities at the Camp Crowder Training Center.
At Camp Crowder, this map set identifies the increase in night lighting from 1992 to 2010. This increase in night lighting can potentially impact the effectiveness of night training.