Airport Land Use Compatibility Plans

The ALUCPs and Revised Negative Declarations were adopted for each airport on February 26, 2014 following an 18 month update process. The updates reflect new airport master plans for the Auburn Municipal and Lincoln Regional Airports and revisions to the California Airport Land Use Planning Handbook published in 2011 by the Caltrans Division of Aeronautics.

The ALUCPs serve as a tool for use by the Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) in fulfilling its duty to review airport and adjacent land use projects with the goal of promoting compatible development in the airport vicinity.

FAQ
Q. What are the difference between the old ALUCP (2000) and the recently adopted ALUCPs (2012)?
+++A. Appendix H contains a summary of changes by airport.

Q. What is an airport influence area (AIA)?
+++A. An airport influence area is the defined space surrounding an airport that can be affected by airport
+++operations.

Q. How do I know whether my project is within an Airport Influence Area?
+++A. Review the appropriate Airport Compatibility Map [Auburn | Blue Canyon | Lincoln]

Q. What type of uses are allowable within the Airport Influence Areas?
+++A. Review the appropriate Compatibility Criteria Tables [Auburn | Blue Canyon | Lincoln]

Q. What chapters of the ALUCP apply to the airport that I’m interested in?
+++A. While chapters one, two, and three introduce the scope of the ALUCP and
+++discuss the procedural and countywide policies, Chapters four and seven apply to Auburn Municipal Airport,
+++chapters five and eight apply to Blue Canyon Airport, and chapters six and nine apply to Lincoln Regional
+++Airport
. The full ALUCP, appendices and environmental impact report can be found on the ALUC Resources
+++page.

Q. How long will it take the ALUC to conduct a review of my project?
+++A. The Project Review and Fee Schedule page identifies the timeframe associated with each project review.

Presentations to the ALUC

  • Draft ALUCP Presentation to ALUC (January 22, 2014) – [PDF]
  • Revisions to the Draft ALUCP Presentation (February 26, 2014) – [PDF]