Fort Monmouth Reuse and Redevelopment Plan
The Fort Monmouth Reuse and Redevelopment Plan forwarded by the dissolved planning authority is a highly collaborative blueprint for action to: promote, develop, encourage and maintain employment, commerce, economic development, and the public welfare; conserve natural resources; and advance the general prosperity and economic welfare of the people in the affected communities and throughout the state.
- 1.0 Introduction to the Plan [PDF 862kB]
- 2.0 Planning Methodology & Community Outreach [PDF 13.8MB]
- 3.0 Land Use & Circulation Plans [PDF 20MB]
- 4.0 Key Area and Sustainability [PDF 3MB]
- 5.0 Infrastructure Plan [308kB]
- 6.0 Environmental Guidelines [PDF 2.2MB]
- 7.0 Historic Preservation Guidelines [PDF 38MB]
- 8.0 Community Impacts [PDF 857kB]
- 9.0 Zoning and Land Use Impacts [PDF 4.0MB]
- 10.0 Next Steps: Implementing the Vision &
11.0 Existing Buildings Index and Plan [PDF 1MB]
The following amendments to the Fort Monmouth Reuse and Redevelopment Plan (“Reuse Plan”) are intended to allow for alternative or additional development concepts, and were adopted by the FMERA Board.
- Plan Amendment #1 – Parcel E in Tinton Falls, adopted May 2012
- Plan Amendment #2 – Patterson Clinic in Oceanport, adopted December 2012
- Plan Amendment #3 – several parcels in Tinton Falls, adopted November 2015
- Plan Amendment #4 – Russel Hall and Dance Hall in Oceanport, adopted January 2016
- Plan Amendment #5 – Pistol Range in Tinton Falls, adopted May 2016
- Plan Amendment #6 – two parcels in Oceanport, adopted July 2016
- Plan Amendment #7 – Fitness Center in Oceanport, adopted August 2016
- Plan Amendment #9 – Eatontown Barracks and Eatontown DPW in Eatontown , adopted December 2017
- Plan Amendment #10 – Suneagles Golf Course in Eatontown, adopted May 2018
- Plan Amendment #11 – Allison Hall in Oceanport, adopted December 2018
- Plan Amendment #12 – Myer Center in Tinton Falls, adopted January 2019
- Plan Amendment #13 – Squier Hall in Oceanport, adopted April 2019
- Plan Amendment #14 – Lodging Area in Oceanport, adopted May 2019
The Land Use Regulations and Development and Design Guidelines [pdf 2.3MB] are intended to further the vision described in the Reuse Plan and are designed to promote flexibility in implementation of the Reuse Plan, where appropriate, so as to focus on the creation and replacement of new jobs and return the region to economic vitality as expeditiously as possible. Learn more here.
The Historic District Design Guidelines [pdf 12.8MB] were approved by FMERA’s Board in March 2015 and are intended to provide guidance on renovations, restorations and new additions to Fort Monmouth’s contributing historic resources in Oceanport and Eatontown. These Guidelines are not included in the Land Use Regulations and are provided for guidance and recommendation only. Learn more about the history of Fort Monmouth here and FMERA’s obligations and plans for the National Register-listed Historic District here.