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Airport Land Use Commission of Fresno County

ALUC Staff: 

Laural Fawcett
Assistant Regional Planner
lfawcett@fresnocog.org
559.233.4148 Ext. 223
Fresno Council of Governments
2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201
Fresno CA 93721

 

 

Commissioners:

Chairman Nathan Magsig

Vice Chair Bob Mason

 

 

Dan Card, Aviation Expert, Fresno Chandler Executive Airport Superintendent, Retired

Proxy: William Lucido, Former ALUC Chair, Aviation Expert, CA ANG, USAF, Retired

 

Nathan Magsig, City Representative, Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Clovis

Proxy: Dwight Kroll, Planning Department Director, City of Clovis

 

Supervisor Henry Perea, County Representative, Chair, Fresno County BOS, Dist 3 Representative

Proxy: Jim Estep, Aviation Expert, CA ANG, USAF Retired

 

Supervisor Andreas Borgeas, County Representative, Dist 2 Representative

Proxy: Bill Kidd, Controller, Orion Industries, Adjunct Instructor, State Center Community College District

 

Steve Rapada, City Representative, City of Reedley, former Councilmember

Proxy: Ray Remy, Commissioner, Reedley Airport

 

Bob Mason, Aviation Expert, USAF, Flight Test Engineer, Retired, Aerospace Consultant, Current

Proxy: David Richey, Aviation Mechanic FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certified, with Inspection Authorization, Aviation Maintenance Instructor at Reedley College

 

John "Ted" Feasel, Member of the Public, Aviation Expert, CA ANG, USAF, Retired

Proxy: Robert Rathburn, Aviation Expert, USAF, Retired

 

What is the purpose of the Fresno County Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC)?

The ALUC is in existence to protect the public health, safety and welfare by ensuring that orderly development, and prevention of excessive noise and safety hazards around public use airports is followed in accordance to state and local laws. More information on the State Aeronautics Act can be obtained here: California Laws Related to Land Use Planning

 

The California Airport Land use Handbook has recently been updated Caltrans 2011 Handbook

 

ALUCs prepare Compatibility Land Use Plans (CLUP, also known as Airport Land Use Compatibility Plans or ALUCP) to ensure that county and city plans (general, specific and other) are consistent with the CLUP or ALUCP. The following are the most recently adopted CLUPs for public airports specific to Fresno County:

 

Airport Influence Area , and noise and safety maps can be viewed in these links:

 

Coalinga Airport Land Use Plan 


Fresno-Chandler Executive Airport Land Use Plan


Chandler AIA Map

 

Fresno Yosemite International Airport ALUC Airport Land Use CompatibilityPlan 


FYI ALUCP Review Area Exhibits

 

FYI ALUCP FAR Part 77 Imaginary Surfaces

 

Harris Ranch Land Use Plan


Reedley Airport Land Use Plan BROKEN LINK


Selma-Reedley-Firebaugh-Mendota Airports Land Use Plans


Sierra Sky Park Land Use Plan

 

ALUCs establish the policies on land uses around the airport, ensuring they are compatible with airport operations. This is done on an advisory basis. ALUCs also evaluate the compatibility of proposed local agency land use policy actions with the relevant provisions within the associated Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan. ALUC’s also review individual development projects to ensure they are within the noise and safety standards in accordance with state laws and the CLUP within the review area of influence of the airport the project is located in.

 

A project review form must be submitted to determine whether the project must be reviewed by the Fresno County ALUC, the review form can be obtained here: Fresno County ALUC Project Review Form 

 

If you have any questions or suggestions for this section please send an E-Mail to lfawcett@fresnocog.org

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Closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

 

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