How to Read the JLUS Documents The Pinal County Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) consists of three separate documents that provide different levels of information. These three documents are: JLUS Background Report The JLUS Background Report provides a detailed technical background of existing conditions within the Pinal County JLUS Project Area. It is separated out into five chapters. Chapter 1 provides an introduction and overview of the Pinal County JLUS and why it was conducted. Chapter 2 introduces the communities that are within the JLUS Study Area and gives an overview of their history and current statistics, including population, housing characteristics, economic outlook, and past, present, and future trends of growth and development. Chapter 3 provides an overview of Pinal County and its operational facilities, discusses the installation’s mission and tenants, its strategic and local importance, and facility and training capabilities and operations. It concludes with a discussion of the military footprints that go outside the installation boundaries. Chapter 4 provides an overview of relevant plans, programs, and studies that are tools to address compatibility issues in the JLUS Study Area. Chapter 5 presents the compatibility issues identified and a detailed assessment of each and how it impacts Pinal County or the surrounding community. JLUS Report The JLUS Report is a condensed portfolio of the key issues and strategies identified through the Pinal County JLUS process. The report includes a user friendly reference of the JLUS that is accessible and easy‐to‐use for all stakeholders. This report provides a brief discussion on the purpose and objectives of the JLUS, describes the benefit of the JLUS, and provides an overview of the various JLUS partners that assisted in its development. Finally, this document outlines the relevant compatibility issues accompanied by applicable strategies identified in the Implementation Plan and provides summaries of the strategies separated by stakeholder. Executive Summary Brochure The Executive Summary brochure provides a brief overview of the JLUS project and process and highlights the key recommended strategies to address the compatibility issues identified. It also includes Pinal County Military Compatibility Area maps and descriptions of each. The Pinal County JLUS was prepared under contract with the Pinal County, Arizona, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. The content was developed through a collaborative stakeholder process and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.