Selfridge Sustainability Study  

The Final Selfridge Sustainability Study was completed and reviewed with the Policy Committees and Technical Working Group on December 15, 2021. 

Selfridge Sustainability Study Interactive Mapping Portal 

The mapping portal provides an interactive visual experience of the S3 using maps, graphics, along with text descriptions of project elements including the S3 Study Area, community profile data, military profile and footprints, sustainability assessments, and project recommendations. A key feature of the Mapping Portal is a property-searchable interactive map with key sustainability areas developed in the S3.  

Project Documents

Selfridge Sustainability Study

This document provides an overview of the S3 planning process, purpose and objectives of the study, community and military profile, compatibility tools, technical assessment of compatibility issues, and recommended strategies for implementation.

Executive Summary

This document serves as a quick reference describing the purpose of the S3 and provides an overview of the Military Sustainability Areas and key compatibility strategies for implementation.


Welcome to the Selfridge Sustainability Study (S3) website. The S3 is a collaborative planning effort between Macomb County – the local project sponsor, Chesterfield Township, City of Mount Clemens, City of St. Clair Shores, City of Roseville, City of Fraser, City of New Baltimore, Clinton Township, Harrison Township, Macomb Township, Selfridge Air National Guard Base (ANGB), and other local and regional stakeholders to identify and assess compatibility issues between Selfridge ANGB and the surrounding communities. As the S3 evolves, this website will be your primary access point for all project related materials and event information.

Copyright Matrix Design Group, 2020
This study was prepared under contract with Macomb County, Michigan with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation. The content reflects the views of the key S3 partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.