Santa Barbara County Land Use Compatibility Plan

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The basic function of the Santa Barbara County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) is to promote compatibility between airports and the land uses that surround them "to the extent that these areas are not already devoted to incompatible uses" (Pub. Util. Code §21674(a)). With limited exception, California law requires preparation of ALUCPs for each public-use and military airport in the state. Most counties have established an Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC), as provided for by law, to prepare compatibility plans for the airports in that county and to review land use plans, development proposals, and certain airport development plans for consistency with the compatibility plans. In Santa Barbara County, the ALUC function rests with the Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG).  In 2012, SBCAG released a draft ALUCP.  Documents related to this draft are provided below:

Existing and Proposed Safety Zones July 2012 NORTH Bsize
Existing and Proposed Safety Zones July 2012 EAST Bsize
Existing and Proposed Safety Zones July 2012 WEST Bsize

SBCAG ALUCP Chapter 1 - April 2012 DRAFT
SBCAG ALUCP Chapter 2 - April 2012 DRAFT
SBCAG ALUCP Chapter 3 - April 2012 DRAFT

Parcels in the proposed Airport Land Use Compatibility Zones 1,2,3,4 East of the Main Runway in the City of Goleta

Parcels in the proposed Airport Land Use Compatibility Zones 1,2,3,4 North of the Main Runway in the City of Goleta

Parcels in the proposed Airport Land Use Compatibility Zones 1,2,3,4 West of the Main Runway in the City of Goleta

Summary of Land Uses in the Existing and the Proposed Safety Zones