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PROJECT DOCUMENTS

An Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan seeks to protect the public from adverse effects of airport noise, avoid the concentration of people and facilities in areas susceptible to aircraft accidents, and to ensure that no structures or activities encroach upon or adversely affect the use of navigable airspace. Fresno County previously adopted seven Fresno County Airport Land Use Plans on varying dates. The goal of the current update is to create a combined ALUCP for all of the County’s public-use airports.

The ALUCP provides policies for evaluating compatibility between proposals for land-use development near public use airports in Fresno County (Coalinga Municipal, Firebaugh, Fresno-Chandler Executive, Fresno Yosemite International, Harris Ranch, Reedley Municipal, Selma, Sierra Sky Park, and William Robert Johnston Municipal). Additionally, this plan incorporates recommendations from the Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) Report for Naval Air Station (NAS), Lemoore, that apply within Fresno County. The local agencies that have jurisdiction over land uses within the areas covered by this plan include Fresno County and the Cities of Coalinga, Firebaugh, Fresno, Mendota, Reedley and Selma. The plan is prepared in accordance with the California State Aeronautics Act.

The Final ALUCP and Initial Study/Negative Declaration adopted by the Fresno County Airport Land Use Commission on December 3, 2018.

Final Fresno County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan and
Initial Study/Negative Declaration

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