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Airport Land Use Commission
Commission Overview
The Airport Land-Use Commission (ALUC) provides for the appropriate development of the areas surrounding the six public access airports in San Joaquin County.

Board of Directors
Currently, the SJCOG Board of Directors serves as the designated body to carry out the functions of the ALUC. This includes establishing an Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP).


The 2009 ALUCP, along with the 1993 ALUCP for the Stockton Metropolitan Airport, provide the guidance intended to minimize the public's exposure to excessive noise and safety hazards, as well as ensure that the approaches to airports are kept clear of structures and other conflicts that could pose an aviation safety hazard.

Depending on location and type, proposed new land uses need to conform to the guidelines stipulated in the ALUCP. It is the responsibility of ALUC (SJCOG) staff to work collaboratively with the incorporated cities and the County of San Joaquin, developers, and the public at-large to ensure that consistency is maintained between local land-use decision making process and the strategic areas surrounding each of the public access airports.

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Kim Anderson
Senior Regional Planner
Ph: (209) 235-0565