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Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington Joint Land Use Study Program

Latest Update:

The 2016 Approved Military Installation Overlay Zoning Map Amendment (MIOZMA) is available online. 

For questions about the Military Installation Overlay Zoning Map Amendment, contact John Wooden.

For any other questions about the Joint Land Use Study, please contact Scott Rowe. Both can be reached by phone at 301-952-3972.

All noise inquiries/complaints must be sent to the Joint Base Andrews Public Affairs office.


On November 15, 2016, the District Council approved the Military Installation Overlay Zoning Map Amendment (MIOZMA) with the adoption of CR-97-2016.
On January 19, 2016, the County Council, directed the Planning Board to prepare a Military Installation Overlay Zoning Map Amendment. This process will apply the Military Installation Overlay (M-I-O) Zone to properties within the defined Impact Area for Joint Base Andrews.  On November 19, 2015, the County Council, passed CB-42-2015, creating the Military Installation Overlay Zone (MIOZMA) which contains land use regulations and development review procedures for properties in the vicinity of Joint Base Andrews.

Final Study

Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington Joint Land Use Study is now available on-line.

Who Prepared the JLUS Report?

The Planning Department staff worked with two committees, the Policy Committee and the Technical Committee, to prepare the study. The Policy Committee provided guidance for the process and approved the study recommendations. This committee included elected officials and their representatives, military personnel, state government staff, and a business community representative. The Technical Committee, comprised of county, state, and military staff, provided professional advice.