Welcome to Fort Knox CUP



What is the Fort Knox Compatible Use Plan (CUP)?
The Compatible Use Program is a federally funded program administered by the Department of Defense (DoD) and Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) to promote collaboration and cooperation among the Military, surrounding jurisdictions, community stakeholders, and states. This proactive collaborative process promotes open dialogue to encourage cooperative land use planning between Fort Knox and surrounding jurisdictions to guide future civilian growth and development to be compatible with the training and operational missions of Fort Knox. By mitigating incompatible civilian development and identifying strategies to reduce the operational impacts on adjacent lands, including environmental impacts of military operations, success can be achieved by all.
Developing the Plan
Lincoln Trail Area Development District (LTADD), a regional planning organization, is the project sponsor and coordinator for the Fort Knox CUP as the project study area intersects several counties and municipalities within its region.
The Goal
The goal of CUP is to provide a detailed dataset of existing or potential issues or policies that may create conflicts between military missions and the populations and governments of surrounding communities and the post. The study will use the gathered data to analyze these polices and issues and provide specific policy suggestions for implementation to address concerns. This creates a documented framework and procedure for identifying new issues and promoting ongoing discussions and policy modifications amongst the stakeholders.
Timeline
This graphic presents the preliminary schedule for the CUP Study.
Study Area Map
The study area includes parts of Bullitt, Hardin, Meade and Nelson Counties.

CUP Public Activities Suspended

All Public Activities and Committee Meetings are currently suspended due to COVID 19 restrictions.  We will post on website, our Facebook Page and email Committee Members when these activities are able to be resumed and are rescheduled.  The staff is continuing to work to develop the various portions of the Study  to include Land Use […]

CUP Executive Committee Meets

The Fort Knox CUP Executive Committee met at the Lincoln Trail ADD January 9th.  The Committee was briefed by the staff on the overall status including data acquisition and the results of the public meetings and the initial public survey.  Discussion was held regarding the upcoming schedule, further data analysis and meetings with government officials […]

Public Meeting Held at Meade County Courthouse

The Lincoln Trail ADD conducted a third public meeting to obtain input for the Compatible Use Plan study at the Meade County Courthouse on Monday November 25th .  A large group of citizens from Meade as well as Bullitt and Hardin Counties were in attendance to see a presentation and various displays regarding the status […]