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Introduction

In 2012, the Department of Defense (DoD) designated Luke Air Force Base (Luke AFB) as the training home of 144 new F-35A Lightning II fighter jets. This mission expansion is expected to grow base personnel by an additional 2,234 service members by 2026. They are expected to be joined by an additional 4,717 household members, growing the base-related population by 7,041 to a total of 23,704 by 2026. It is important to plan now to accommodate and capitalize on that growth.

To help plan for this growth, the Luke Air Force Base Targeted Growth Management Plan examines existing conditions and future needs on and near the base. The Plan draws from white papers and recommendations prepared by The Matrix Design Group in close consultation with MAG, the Base, and the surrounding communities.


Important Documents

Mission Critical Online Tool

This interactive map viewer offers extraordinary detail about workforce, transportation, education and recreation in the West Valley. Start exploring the unique resources of the available to Luke Air Force Base and the West Valley.

Videos

Welcoming remarks by Brigadier General Kreuder

Welcoming remarks by Brigadier General Kreuder

The importance of Luke AFB and TGMP by Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

The importance of Luke AFB and TGMP by Glendale Mayor and MAG Chair Jerry
Weiers

Education Sector Overview by Roxane Dietrich of Luke AFB

Education Sector Overview by Roxane Dietrich of Luke AFB

 

Workforce and Economic Development Sector Overview by Sintra Hoffman of WESTMARC

Workforce and Economic Development
Sector Overview by Sintra Hoffman
of WESTMARC

Housing Sector Overview by Liz Recchia of WeSERV

Housing Sector Overview by Liz Recchia of WeSERV

Transportation Sector Overview by Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

Transportation Sector Overview by
Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers

 

Interactive Training Map Tutorial Video

Interactive Map Viewer Tutorial by Vern Wolfley of MAG

Arizona Planning Association Award

Video from an award ceremony where
the Luke AFB TGMP received the Arizona
American Planning Association Award for
Best Regional/General/Comprehensive
Plan

 

Photo Gallery

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About MAG

The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional planning agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area.

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Get in Touch

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