SCHOA has been asked by our Maricopa County District 4 Supervisor, Clint Hickman, to distribute the following for the MAG (Maricopa Association of Governments) who is responsible for conducting a survey regarding the growth plan for Luke Air Force Base and would like our help in getting the survey distributed to residents in this area.
Please take the survey yourself; if you are able to share this document with your friends, it would be very helpful
The survey will only be open until June 20th.
SPECIAL NOTE-JUST LEARNED: The Sun City zip codes 85351 and 85373 are not specifically listed in the zip code drop down box. You need to scroll to the very bottom of the listed zip codes and select OTHER. Once OTHER is chosen it will then pull up another box where you enter your zip code.
Luke Air Force Base (AFB) Targeted Growth Management Plan Short Survey
Luke Air Force Base is an important asset regionally, as well as nationally. As the base grows, the region is dedicated to supporting the mission and personnel. The purpose of this local community development survey is to gain input from Luke Air Force Base area residents regarding housing, economic development, transportation, and education needs to create and implement an innovative and effective growth management plan for communities in the West Valley ahead of the addition of 2,324 military and civilian personnel (DoD and contractors) and their families to the base by 2023 for an expansion of the Base’s mission.
Your voice is critical to understanding the priorities, needs, and opportunities that will help us in that goal. You can make a difference by completing the short survey found through the link below.
To access the survey, please click on this document to visit the survey link: LukeAFB MAG Survey.
The six digit code that is requested in order to begin the survey is printed between the request to enter the code and the box where the code is entered. You must enter the 6 digits as shown, they are case sensitive.
The results of the survey will be used to develop strategies in the areas of transportation, economic and workforce development, housing, and education. Including diverse perspectives will ensure the strategies position the base and the surrounding communities for success. Together, we can leverage the growth at the base and mitigate any challenges. Our region will be stronger for this effort. The survey will remain open until June 20, 2019. All responses will be anonymous.