Virtual Interactive Public Workshop

The Fort Pickett MTC live virtual Public Workshop #1 was conducted on September 22, 2020.  The project sponsor and stakeholders appreciate and thank those who were able to join the workshop. Participants were provided an overview of the Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) process and the Fort Pickett MTC mission. Information was also provided on next steps as the project moves forward and how members of the public can participate and stay informed.

We invite you to visit the virtual interactive Public Workshop #1. This interactive workshop will be accessible from September 23, 2020, through October 7, 2020, to allow members of the public to visit the site at their convenience. The interactive workshop provides a range of materials on the Fort Pickett JLUS, as listed below.

  • The Fort Pickett MCT JLUS Fact Sheet #1, which provides a summary of the project
  • A recording of the Live Virtual Public Workshop #1 held on September 22, 2020
  • The Fort Pickett MTC Mission Video, which highlights military range operations at the installation
  • Nine maps that illustrate the JLUS Study Area and key military footprints that extend beyond the installation boundaries
  • A community questionnaire that captures public input on the Fort Pickett MTC JLUS to ensure the study reflects community perspectives; providing your input is easy!

Save the Dates!

Visit the Fort Pickett MTC virtual interactive Public Workshop #1 and take the community questionnaire. Both will be accessible until October 7, 2020.

Fact Sheet #1

Fact Sheet #1 provides and overview of the project, including the goal and objectives, compatibility factors, and study area. Click the graphic below to view the Fact Sheet.


Welcome

Welcome to the Fort Pickett Maneuver Training Center (MTC) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) website.  The Fort Pickett MTC JLUS is a collaborative planning effort between Nottoway County, Brunswick County, Dinwiddie County, the Town of Blackstone, Fort Pickett MTC, and other local and regional stakeholders to identify and assess compatibility issues between Fort Pickett MTC and the surrounding communities.  As the JLUS evolves, this website will be your primary access point for all project related materials and event information.  

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