Land Use Map

Chaffee Crossing is one of the nation's premier base redevelopment projects that started with the 1995 Base Realignment And Closure (BRAC). Today, Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority's 7,000-acre Future Lane Use Plan guides development based upon Smart Growth, New Urbanist principles with a goal of making Chaffee Crossing a vibrant community with an overriding quality of life, often referred to as the "Chaffee Crossing LIfestyle".

 

Workplaces, homes, recreational amenities, trails, shopping, churches and more are all conveniently situated near each other for a complete community within the cities of Fort Smith and Barling, Arkansas (city limits are indicated by the black dotted line).

 

Three school districts span the development: Fort Smith Public School District and Greenwood Public School District (separated by the light blue dotted line) and Lavaca Public School District (indicated by the pink dotted line, upper right corner). 

 

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Click here to download a PDF of the FCRA Future Land Use Plan map.

 

 

Recent News


Oct 24, 2022

Owners of a whiskey distillery want to expand operations to the Historic District at Chaffee Crossing. The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority (FCRA) approved the $675,000 sale of Building 339 and 5.32 acres to Axe and the Oak Distillery.


Oct 14, 2022

Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Congressman Steve Womack attended the groundbreaking Thursday for the expansion of Interstate 49 from Barling to Alma.


Oct 14, 2022

Photos taken by the Southwest Times Record are available for public viewing.  


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