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Ontario International Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan

   

The Ontario International Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ONT ALUCP) was adopted by Ontario City Council on April 19, 2011.  The basic function of the ONT ALUCP is to promote compatibility between ONT and the land uses that surround it. As required by State law, the ALUCP provides guidance to affected local jurisdictions with regard to airport land use compatibility matters involving ONT.  The main objective of the ALUCP is to avoid future compatibility conflicts rather than to remedy existing incompatibilities.  Also, the ALUCP is aimed at addressing future land uses and development, not airport activity.  The ALUCP does not place any restrictions on the present and future role, configuration, or use of the airport.

The geographic scope fo the ONT ALUCP is the Airport Influence Area (AIA), the area in which current or future airport-related noise, safety, airspace protection and/or overflight factors may affect land uses or impose restrictions on those uses.  The AIA includes portions of the cities of Chino, Claremont, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga and Upland, the counties of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino.

The ONT ALUCP is organized into two chapters and a set of appendices.  Chapter 1 identifies the background data and methodology utilized for the basis of the ALUCPand Chapter 2 identifies aiport and land use information, compatibility policies and criteria, compatibility zone maps and procedural policies.

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Chapter 1: Background & Methodology

Chapter 2: Procedural & Compatibility Policies

  •  Policy Map 2-1: Airport Influence  Area         
  •  Policy Map 2-2: Safety Zones                
  •  Policy Map 2-3: Noise Impact Zones
  •  Policy Map 2-4: Airspace Protection Zones
  •  Policy Map 2-5: Overflight Notification Zones
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    ONT ALUCP Appendices

    GIS Tool Movie Link Appendix A - State Laws Related to Airport Land Use Planning
    (72 MB file size) Appendix B - Federal Aviation Regulations Part 77
    Appendix C - Aiport Land Use Compatibility Concepts
    Appendix D - Methods for Determining Concentrations of People
    Appendix E - Sample Implementation Documents
    Appendix F - ONT ALUCP Documents
    Appendix G - Glossary
    Appendix H - Environmental Review
    Appendix I - General Plan Land Use Designtation Consistency Analysis
    Appendix J - High Terrain Zone & Existing Airspace Protection Study

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    Ontario International Airport                             Inter Agency Collaborative

       

    The Ontario International Airport - Inter Agency Collaborative (ONT-IAC) was formed to oversee that new development is compatible with Ontario International Airport. The ONT-IAC implements the policies and criteria of the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) to prevent future incompatible land uses surrounding ONT and minimizing the public's exposure to excessive noise and safety hazards.  The ALUCP does not address existing incompatible land uses and does not place any restrictions on the airport.

    ONT-IAC is represented by all agencies affected by existing and future airport impacts and administered by the City of Ontario.  It's members include representatives from the cities of Chino, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Ranch Cucamonga and Upland and the County of San Bernardino.

    A Cooperative Agreement signed by all agencies established the ONT-IAC and will go into effect on November 1, 2012.  A website for the ONT-IAC and the public will become available on November 1, 2012 (www.ont-iac.org).

    If you have any questions regarding the ONT ALUCP or ONT-IAC you may contact:

    City of Ontario

    Planning Department

    Lorena Mejia, Associate Planner

    303 East B Street

    Ontario, CA 91764

     

    (909) 395-2276

    lmejia@ci.ontario.ca.us

     

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