Building on the successful development of the Camp Williams Joint Land Use study (JLUS), Matrix was again selected to conduct the JLUS implementation program for Eagle Mountain City, UT, and five other municipalities adjacent to Camp Williams.  The program involved a technical review of community general plans and related policies, local land use regulations and design standards, and current and projected growth patterns.  

Matrix facilitated public meetings and committee reviews where project participants worked to address the unique nature of each community and to design implementation tools that would be both relevant and feasible.  The results included a set of multi-jurisdictional military compatibility and agriculture protection overlay districts, a set of real estate disclosures, and educational brochures for each community.  The implementation program also included a Friends of Camp Williams campaign to foster a spirit of cooperation and goodwill between the camp and the surrounding communities.  

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