Public Input Requested to Shape JBLM Growth Plans

Public survey will inform JBLM 2022 Growth Coordination Plan (GCP)

LAKEWOOD, Wash. – A public survey is now open to invite public input on growth plans for Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM).

The South Sound Military and Communities Partnership (SSMCP) is developing a 2022 Growth Coordination Plan (GCP) for Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the surrounding region. SSMCP invites the public to participate in the survey.

“Community input is vital to the success of this plan. Your survey responses will guide our priorities for the next decade, and will influence the JBLM 2022 Growth Coordination Plan.”

  • Maria Tobin, SSMCP Program Coordinator

The GCP is an action-oriented plan to advance the health and economy of JBLM and the South Sound Region. Elements of the plan affect the general public in areas such as economic development, workforce development, transportation, and social services, among other areas.


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