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Airport Land-Use Commission

Last modified: 8/29/2013 9:58 AM

The Airport Land-Use Commission (ALUC) was established to provide for appropriate development of areas surrounding public airports in Santa Clara County.  It is intended to minimize the public's exposure to excessive noise and safety hazards, and to ensure that the approaches to airports are kept clear of structures that could pose an aviation safety hazard.

 

 

ALUC Meeting Agendas

Current ALUC Commissioners

County Ordinance Code Chapter XV

California Division of Aeronautics

 Airplane image

 

2008 County Wide Land Use Plan (14 mb)

Policies in the County Wide Land Use Plan for specific airports are superseeded by the Airport Specific Land Use Plans (below). 

Moffett Federal Airfield
Comprehensive Land-Use Plan
San Jose International
Comprehensive Land-Use Plan
Reid-Hillview Airport
Comprehensive Land-Use Plan

Adopted CLUP

Resolution

Initial Study

NOI

Adopted Plan

Initial Study

Negative Declaration

Maps

Adopted Plan

Figures 1-8

Initial Study 

Palo Alto & South County
Comprehensive Land-Use Plans
Palo Alto Airport
Comprehensive Land-Use Plan with Figures
South County Airport
Comprehensive Land-Use Plan with Figures

Initial Study

Negative Declaration

Adopted Plan

Adopted Plan

 

Contact: 

Mark Connolly, Planner
County Government Center
70 West Hedding Street; East Wing, 7th Floor
San Jose, CA 95110

(408) 299-5786
(408) 288-9198 fax

mark.connolly(at)pln.sccgov.org