The SSMCP is an innovative and flexible partnership uniquely positioned to provide regional leadership to bridge
military and civilian communities.
Foster effective communication, understanding, and mutual benefit by serving as the primary point of coordination
for resolution of those issues which transcend the specific interests of the military and civilian communities of the
South Sound region.
2015 COMMUNITY & BUSINESS SURVEY: SSMCP has released its Request for Proposals for the 2015 Community & Business Survey. Are you a consulting firm with a focus on community engagement and data collection? Please apply DUE DATE IS MAY 8, 2015
JOINT LAND USE STUDY: The SSMCP is currently coordinating a Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) for Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) that is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2015. Please click here to visit the JBLM JLUS page to learn more.
ARMY DOWNSIZING LISTENING SESSION: On January 21, 2015, the Army held a public listening session related to potential reduction of up to 11,000 active duty and civilian contractors at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM.) Over 500 people attended the Army listening session and 67 people testified in person, including WA Governor Jay Inslee, Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy, Thurston County Commissioner Sandra Romero, Mayors and Council members from Lacey, Lakewood, Yelm, University Place, DuPont, Olympia, Orting, and many more. The event ran an hour longer than scheduled due to the large turnout.
The Army will announce its decision of whether JBLM will be downsized by summer 2015. Again, thank you for showing your support for and concern about JBLM!
News coverage of Army Listening Session:
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