Regional Coordination Committee

The Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth (NAS JRB Fort Worth) Regional Coordination Committee (RCC) and Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) implementation efforts are an initiative of the cities of Benbrook, Fort Worth, Lake Worth, River Oaks, Sansom Park, Westworth Village, and White Settlement in conjunction with Tarrant County. These efforts were initiated out of a realization that urban development may have a long-term impact on the installation's ability to sustain its military training mission.

Recognizing the land use constraints and development pressure surrounding the installation, a Joint Land Use Study was initiated in 2006 by the base, the communities, and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to identify actions needed to enable the continued coexistence of the installation and the communities. Several recommended initiatives were developed as an outcome of the JLUS process, including a recommendation to form a NAS JRB Fort Worth Regional Coordination Committee.  The purpose of the Committee is to develop, implement, and monitor policies, programs, and projects which improve opportunities to expand operations at NAS JRB Fort Worth in the next Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.  The RCC Development Review Web Tool allows local governments near the base to review and comment on development projects in the surrounding area.

The RCC has prepared an NAS JRB Fort Worth Defense Community Information webpage to educate local residents about the base and its relationship to the community and strives to keep residents up-to-date on the latest news from the base. Sign up for the interested parties email list to receive meeting notifications and updates.

Committee Governance
Mission Statement
Voting Member Resolutions
Challenge Coin Recognition Program

Next Meeting Date

July 15, 2024 - 1:30 PM

Regional Coordination Committee

Lake Worth Multi-Purpose Facility
7005 Charbonneau Road
Lake Worth, TX 76135