Comprehensive Airport Land Use Plan
The County’s Comprehensive Airport Land Use Plan (CALUP) was adopted by the Sonoma County ALUC in January 2001 and it applies around all six airports in the County. It establishes referral boundaries, airport influence area, air space protection standards, noise standards and six airport safety zones around each airport which set forth restrictions on allowed land uses and establish standards for open space retention and allowed density and lot coverage.
If you would like to review proposed amendments to the CALUP that will be considered for adoption at the ALUC’s April 13, 2015 meeting below, you may do so at the Update of the County’s Comprehensive Airport Land Use Plan page.
Meetings are scheduled only on an as needed basis. When meetings are held, they will be posted on this site.
Meetings are generally held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 PM. PRMD provides accessibility services for their public hearings.