Explore the land use and energy planning tools

This SNMEP JLUS web mapping application compiles geospatial data from agency partners into a mapping interface designed for community members, planners and energy developers.

Do you have questions or comments about road blocks, events, implementation committee activities, etc? We want to hear from you.

Do you have concerns about noises from the military base in our region, such as aircraft noise, sonic booms, or artillery noise? Let us know. 

Use the application to explore land use information, including base maps, land ownership designations, state leases, and military uses.  

Use the Energy Planning Tool and map for assessing energy project compatibility, including ground (solar) and vertical (wind/transmission) projects.

Are you a developer working on a project in our region? Submit your project through our developer tool for JLUS input and tracking.

Our partners are key to the success of the Joint Land Use Study implementation.

Our History

The Southern New Mexico – El Paso, Texas region is unique among defense communities in the U.S. due to its physical size, distinctive natural, recreational and cultural resources, emerging growth opportunities, such as renewable energy and its importance as a military training and testing environment.
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