Airport Noise Study

Open House at Airport Tuesday April 26, 5-8 PM

Public Outreach Open House - Confirmed
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
5pm - 8pm
Conference Room 1, near Baggage Claim, Dane County Regional Airport

Dane County is updating it's noise study.  The Airport posted the following information on the Part 150 study sponsored by the County.  Additional public engagement events will be held and will be posted on the Airport's website.  The open house will provide more information on the process. The WI State Journal reports this is the first update in 30 years and is part of the preparation for the F-35 beddown.

Dane County is updating the Noise Compatibility Plan for Dane County Regional Airport (MSN) in accordance with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) voluntary process codified under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 150 (14 CFR Part 150 or simply “Part 150”). Harris Miller Miller & Hanson, in association with Mead & Hunt and the Jones Payne Group, was retained to assist with preparation of the two elements that make up the Part 150 study: The Noise Exposure Map (NEM) and Noise Compatibility Program (NCP).

The NEM inventories and documents noise exposure from the annual-average daily aircraft operations for existing and forecast conditions; and the resulting land use compatibility. The NCP evaluates and recommends measures to address the land uses not compatible with the documented aircraft noise exposure. The implementation of the recommended measures in the NCP, once approved by the FAA, are potentially eligible for federal assistance.

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  • Heidi Weglietner
    published this page in Blog 2022-04-26 06:27:55 -0500

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