Formed in 1990, the Inland Valley Development Agency (IVDA) is a special military base reuse Joint Powers Authority (JPA) created by and through specific State of California Legislation (AB 419) pursuant to Public Law 100-526 under BRAC-I. It is governed by its Board of Directors. Learn more about our Board Members.

In 2002, the IVDA entered into an Exclusive Master Disposition and Development Agreement with Hillwood – a Perot Company.  The successful public-private partnership is now known as Alliance-California and is home to multiple Fortune 100 and 500 firms.

In addition to the approximately 600 acres on the former base, the IVDA also has a base reuse project area of approximately 14,000 acres of surrounding properties.  The project area contains over 22,000 individual parcels of land, with land use designations that include: light and heavy industrial, office, commercial, and residential.


Click on the Map below to view the IVDA base reuse project area.

IVDA Base Reuse Project Area