Airport Land Use Commission of Fresno County
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.
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 (CLUP). They 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.
Fresno County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP)
The Fresno County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan Update was adopted by the ALUC on December 3, 2018. The new plan became effective immediately. All requests for Findings of Consistency will be evaluated against this new plan. The following are the adoption documents, available on the project website as well.
Submitting items for ALUC Findings of Consistency:
All items to be placed on the agenda must be submitted to staff two weeks prior to each meeting. A project review form must accompany each submittal. Fresno County ALUC Project Review Form
FAA’s 7460 Project Review
Proposing structures that could penetrate 14 CFR Part 77 surfaces must file Form 7460 with the FAA to determine if 7460 review is required. If so, you must file with the FAA at least 45 days prior to construction. FAA’s Notice Criteria Tool will assist in applying Part 77 Notice Criteria.
2019 ALUC meetings:
The Commission meets at 2:00 pm in the Fresno COG Sequoia Conference Room. Typically, the ALUC meets every other month. However, during the 2019 calendar year meetings will be held monthly provided they receive ample requests for ALUC review.
- February 4, 2019
- March 4, 2019
- April 8, 2019
- May 13, 2019 Note: this is the second Monday of the month.
- June 3, 2019
- July 1, 2019
- August 5, 2019
- September 9, 2019 Note: this is the second Monday of the month.
- October 7, 2019
- November 4, 2019
- December 2, 2019
Chairman | Ron Duarte Commissioner
Vice Chair |
|Name||Designated Position||Appointed by|
|Ray Remy||Commissioner (City Rep)||City Selection Committee|
|Proxy (ALUC City Rep Chair)|
|Robert Beck||Commissioner (City Rep)||City Selection Committee|
|Proxy (City Rep)|
|Daniel Yrigollen||Commissioner (Aviation Expert – Vice Chair)||Selection Committee of Airport Managers|
|Mark Davis||Proxy (Aviation Expert – Vice Chair)|
|Commissioner (Public-At-Large)||Fresno County Airport Land Use Commission|
|Bill Darnell||Proxy (Public-at-Large)|
|Ron Duarte||Commissioner (Aviation Expert – Chair)||Selection Committee of Airport Managers|
|Dan Card||Proxy (Aviation Expert)|
|Sal Quintero||Commissioner (County Rep)||Fresno County Board of Supervisors|
|Steve Rapada||Proxy (County Rep)|
|Nathan Magsig||Commissioner (County Rep)||Fresno County Board of Supervisors|
|Dwight Kroll||Proxy (County Rep)|
Brenda Veenendaal | Administrative Services Manager
559.233.4148 Ext. 219
Fresno Council of Governments
2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201
Fresno CA 93721
Previous Land Use Compatibility Plans – no longer valid
Airport Influence Areas, and noise and safety maps can be viewed in these links:
Chandler AIA Map
Coalinga Airport Land Use Plan
Chandler Executive Airport Compatibility Land Use Plan Update 10-06-14
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
Naval Air Station Lemoore Joint Land Use Study – (external link)
Reedley Airport Land Use Plan
Selma-Reedley-Firebaugh-Mendota Airports Land Use Plans
Sierra Sky Park Land Use Plan — 1995 ALUC Update
Other Useful Websites
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