Incompatible land uses can threaten the safe utility of airports and expose people living and working nearby to potentially unacceptable levels of noise or safety risk.
At the state level, all 50 states have enacted some form of airport zoning legislation since the 1950s. The majority of states (90 percent) have enacted laws mandating or enabling local governments to adopt, administer, and enforce airport zoning regulations.
The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Research Report 206: Guidebook on Effective Land Use Compatibility Planning Strategies for General Aviation Airports identifies that local adoption and implementation of airport land use compatibility regulations varies widely among local government agencies. While there is no one strategy that is effective for all airports, all airports need to be proactive about land use compatibility.
This guidebook will help airport operators understand the various tools for ensuring compatible land use and how best to communicate land use compatibility needs to government decision makers and land use professionals (among other stakeholders). It includes Self Assessment Checklists, an accompanying Power Point Presentation, and a quick-reference Planning Brochure.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||1-7|
|Chapter 2 - Airport Land Use Compatibility Basics||8-22|
|Chapter 3 - Effective Compatibility Planning Strategies||23-64|
|Glossary of Terms||65-72|
|Appendix A - Status of State Airport Zoning and Compatibility Laws||73-98|
|Appendix B - Resource Documents||99-108|
|Appendix C - Self-Assessment Checklists||109-110|
|Appendix D - Educational Tools||111-112|
|Appendix E - Airport Land Use Compatibility Brochure||113-114|
|Appendix F - Model Local Airport Compatibility Zoning Ordinance||115-126|
|Appendix G - Online Submittal of FAA Form 7460-1: Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration||127-136|
|Appendix H - Sample Buyer Awareness Documents||137-146|
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