2ND PUBLIC MEETING HELD
Thank you to all who participated in the second public meeting for the Hill AFB Compatible Use Plan, which was held virtually on Zoom on March 31st. During the meeting, participants were provided a summary of the compatibility issues that have been identified during the CUP process. Participants were directed to this project website to take a questionnaire to identify how important these issues are to them.
The presentation and recording from the second public meeting is available by clicking the graphics below:
1ST PUBLIC MEETING AND OPEN HOUSE HELD
Thank you to all who participated in the first public meeting which was held virtually on Zoom on October 20th, and the online open house, which was available online from October 21 – November 4, for the Hill AFB Compatible Use Plan. During the meeting and open house, participants were provided an overview of the Compatible Use Plan, how it is being developed, the stakeholders involved and opportunities for ongoing participation in the project. Participants were also provided with information about the missions at Hill AFB, the Utah Test and Training Range and Little Mountain Test Facility.
The materials from the public meeting and open house are available by clicking the graphics below:
View the Presentation
Learn About Team Hill
Welcome to the Hill Air Force Base (AFB) Compatible Use Plan (CUP) website. The Hill AFB CUP is a collaborative planning effort between Layton City – the local project sponsor, Clearfield City, Ogden City, Riverdale City, Roy City, South Ogden City, South Weber City, Sunset City, Uintah City, City of Washington Terrace, Davis County, Weber County, Hill AFB and other local and regional stakeholders to identify and assess compatibility issues between Hill AFB and the surrounding communities. As the CUP evolves, this website will be your primary access point for all project related materials and event information.
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This study was prepared under contract with Layton City, Utah, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. The content reflects the views of the key CUP partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.