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Division of Lands & Resources
Land Studies and Plans
The City and Borough of Juneau owns approximately 23,000 acres of land. Of that amount, the Lands and Resources Division assumes primary management responsibility for 15,000 acres. Much of this land however is not suitable for development.
Below outlines various studies and plans conducted by the CBJ to evaluate City property:
Land Management Plans
On April 6th, 2016, the CBJ Assembly adopted the 2016 Land Management Plan (Ordinance No. 2016-18). Sixteen years had passed since the 1999 Land Management Plan was adopted, and since that time, 93 parcels of CBJ land have been sold, traded, or donated while 111 proprerties were acquired.
The Land Management Plan outlines four goals:
Goal 1: Continue the land disposal program which systematically places CBJ land into private ownership.
Goal 2: Provide direction on the best use of CBJ owned land for both development and preservation.
Goal 3: Conduct CBJ land disposals in a manner that promotes compact urban growth and efficient expansion of municipal utilities and services.
Goal 4: Maintain the Land Management Plan as required under CBJ53.09.180 as a comprehensive reference document, updated every two years, that establishes CBJ land management policy and provides a framework for developing regulations concerning CBJ property.