Public Meetings

This page will include an up-to-date schedule of public meetings with a description of the information that will be / was presented at each event. Check back here to learn when and where the next public meeting is scheduled for the Pine Bluff Arsenal CUS.

2nd Public Workshop (Virtual) Held - June 16 and 18, 2020

Thank you to all who attended the second public workshop for the Pine Bluff Arsenal Compatible Use Study, which was held virtually via Zoom. The virtual workshop was held online over two nights on June 16th and June 18th. During the workshop, participants heard about the progress of the Compatible Use Study and were given an opportunity to provide input on compatibility issues through an online polling exercise.

The materials that were presented at the workshop are available by clicking the links below:


1st Public Workshop Held - February 5, 2020

Thank you to all who attended the first public workshop for the Pine Bluff Arsenal Compatible Use Study (CUS). The City of White Hall hosted the workshop on February 5, 2020 at the White Hall City Council Chambers. During the workshop, participants were given an overview of what the CUS is, how it is being developed, and the stakeholders involved. Participants were also encouraged to ask questions and provide their input on any compatibility issues they would like to see addressed in the study.  This was done through an interactive, real-time audience participation questionnaire, and by filling out comment cards.

A series of informational boards were displayed at the workshop to provide a snapshot of the communities involved in the study (the City of White Hall, City of Pine Bluff, and Jefferson County), current economic and demographic trends, and information on the military activities, mission, and economic benefit within the study area.

The materials that were displayed at the workshop are available by clicking the links below:


Copyright Matrix Design Group, 2019 

This study was prepared under contract with the City of White Hall, Arkansas, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. The content reflects the views of the key CUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.

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