Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Centennial Airport Noise Exposure (update)



December 2016
Thank You!

The Centennial Airport Staff and Project Team thanks the public for taking the time to review and comment on the Centennial Airport Part 150 Noise Exposure Map Update. Your attention to the process is appreciated.


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Project Schedule 
  
Project Commencement: 
Fall 2015

Data Collection: 
Sept. 2015 - Feb. 2016

Open House:
Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016 

Draft NEM report for public review: Late Spring/ Early Summer 2016

Public Open House - 
Review of draft NEM Report: Wednesday, Nov. 2 2016

Draft NEM report for public review: Nov. 1 - 30, 2016

Final NEM submitted to FAA: Dec. 2016


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Phone: 303.790-0598
Residents Review Draft of  
Noise Exposure Map Update Study


More than 50 stakeholders and residents from various jurisdictions surrounding Centennial Airport participated Wednesday, Nov. 2, in an informational public open house to learn more about the completed draft Centennial Airport Noise Exposure Map (NEM) Update produced by the Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority (ACPAA). As part of the process, all interested parties were invited to review the draft NEM, learn more about the results, and provide comments. Participants include property and business owners, Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable members, Centennial Airport staff and the HMMH consultant team, a prominent national airport noise compatibility consultant.

During the meeting, the public viewed presentation boards and provided comments about the draft NEM Update. 

The NEM Update is an information gathering process that identified, inventoried and reported various airport operations and land uses. The process also determined aircraft noise exposure levels related to aircraft activity, and evaluated the aircraft noise and land use compatibility at Centennial Airport. 

A 30-day public comment period took place Nov. 1 - 30, 2016 and has officially closed. The NEM Update, along with all public comments submitted, will be delivered to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for final review and acceptance, by the end of the year.


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