b. The evaluation of community services should con-
(4) Compatibility of off-post land uses with instal-
lation operations is affected by the type and intensity of
- The location of general hospitals. outpatient clinics.
those uses. Evaluate these relationships to establish any
or satellite facilities: emergency facilities: and other
impact on installation development. Evaulation criteria
Sensitivity of adjacent and uses (especially resi-
- Any agreements for the provision of primary or
dential and institutional uses) to noise or installation
emergency police or fire protection to the installation by
adjacent jurisdictions and the location of off-post facilities
in relation to high-risk areas and access barriers.
- Intensity and character of adjacent land uses at
-- Agreements whereby installation services are available
points of access to the installation.
- The operation of adjacent land uses (especially
to adjacent jurisdictions.
commercial and industrial uses), considering effects of
- The location of elementary and high schools serving
noise. vibration. smoke. or traffic generation from these
the installation and plans for additional school facilities or
changes in school service areas.
-- Projected changes in type or intensity of land use in
- Location of community social and health services
adjacent areas and the impact these changes would have
providing support for retired military personnel and their
on installation operations.
- Projected rate of development in adjacent areas,
- Higher educational facilities in the vicinity or
identifying the degree to which recent development has
region available for military personnel and dependents.
been consistent with proposed land use.
- Any agreements for utility services between the
installation and adjacent jurisdictions or public utility
Obvious conflicts in projected land use patterns
companies, such as water supply, distribution. or storage:
between the post and adjacent jurisdictions.
sanitary sewage collection and treatment; electric power,
b. Land use controls.
and natural gas transmission or storage. The type of
(1) Local land use controls are the means by which
agreement (primary service or emergency), along with any
community land use is regulated and implemented. In
limitations on capacity or periods of service, should be
most cases, controls will be consistent with existing land
uses. However, in some areas, zoning and land use will
- The location of public and private recreation sites
differ significantly. Also, private covenants or easements
in the vicinity and the range of recreation opportunities
may play specific restrictions on adjacent land use.
(2) Land use controls and restrictions affecting
development or redevelopment of land@ the installation
2-10. Land leases and easements
vicinity should be identified In particular, the locations
The location and area of any off-post easements held by
where existing zoning is significantly different from existing
the installation or tracts of land leased for use by the
or proposed land use should be noted. as should locations
installation should be identified. An evaluation of the
adjacent to the installation where significant increases in
terms of the lease or easement should include the purpose.
density or intensity of development are permitted by local
duration. and conditions.
zoning. Also areas where existing zoning would permit a
change in land use should be identified. particularly where
development of vacant land would be permitted Likewise,
The relationship between the installation, its tenant units.
the nature and duration of any known private restrictions
satellites, and other Federal facilities may include agree-
or easements limiting the use of adjacent land should be
ments for provision of services, emergency assistance. or
other support The installation also may be obligated to
c. Historical and archaeological sites. All designated
historical and archaeological sites located within the
provide services to other Federal installations. or services
vicinity of the installation should be identified Each site
may be provided to the installation by other Federal
will be listed according to agency title, numbering system,
and current status. The impact on installation operations
a. The type of services provided by other Federal
of regulations which protect such sites can then be
installations or agencies should be identified including
the locations of these services and the number of instal-
lation personnel served The adequacy of the services can
2 - 9 . Community services
be evaluated based upon area and number of people
a. Community services are usually available in the
served, accessibility in time and distance. and capacity of
local area for use by installation personnel. Adequacy of
these services can be determined by considering the area
b. Where on-post services are provided for other
and number of people served accessibility in both time
installations or agencies. the capacity of the installation to
and distance to population served and capacity limitations
provide these services should be evaluated in light of
of these facilities.
installation mission requirements.