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Title: 20 - Zoning

Chapter: 64 - Airport

Section: 50 - Airport zones

In order to carry out the provisions of this chapter, there are hereby created and established certain zones which include all of the land lying beneath the approach surfaces, transitional surfaces, horizontal surfaces and conical surfaces as they apply to each of the airports named in Section 20.64.020. Such zones are shown on the airport zoning map for each airport. An area located in more than one of the following zones is considered to be only in the zone with the more restrictive height limitation. The various zones are hereby established and defined as follows:
  1. Utility Runway Visual Approach Zone. This zone is located adjoining the primary surface of each of the following runway ends:

        Jack McNamara Field, Runways 13 and 31

        Andy McBeth Airport, Runways 11 and 29

        Ward Field, Runways 6 and 24.

    The inner edge of this approach zone coincides with the width of the primary surface specifically the width is:

        Jack McNamara Field, Runways 13 and 31, two hundred fifty feet

        Andy McBeth Airport, Runways 11 and 29, two hundred fifty feet

        Ward Field, Runways 6 and 24, two hundred fifty feet.

    The approach zone expands outward uniformly to a width of one thousand two hundred fifty feet at a horizontal distance of five thousand feet from the primary surface. Its centerline is the continuation of the centerline of the runway.

     

  2. Runway Larger Than Utility Visual Approach Zone. This zone is located adjoining the primary surface of each of the following runway ends:

Jack McNamara Field, Runways 17 and 29

Andy McBeth Airport, none

Ward Field, none.

The inner edge of this approach zone coincides with the width of the primary surface specifically, the width is:

Jack McNamara Field, Runway 17, five hundred feet.

          Jack McNamara Field, Runway 29, one thousand feet.

The approach zone expands outward uniformly to a width of one thousand five hundred feet at a horizontal distance of five thousand feet from the primary surface. Its centerline is the continuation of the centerline of the runway.

  1. Runway Larger Than Utility (With a Visibility Minimum Greater Than Three-Fourths Mile) Nonprecision Instrument Approach Zone. This zone is located adjoining the primary surface of each of the following runway ends:

              Jack McNamara Field, Runway 35

              Andy McBeth Airport, none

              Ward Field, none.

    The inner edge of this approach zone coincides with the width of the primary surface specifically the width is:

              Jack McNamara Field, Runway 35, five hundred feet.

    The approach zone expands outward uniformly to a width of three thousand five hundred feet at a horizontal distance of ten thousand feet from the primary surface. Its centerline is the continuation of the centerline of the runway.

  2. Precision Instrument Runway Approach Zone. This zone is located adjoining the primary surface of each of the following runway ends:

              Jack McNamara Field, Runway 11

              Andy McBeth Airport, none

              Ward Field, none.

    The inner edge of this approach zone coincides with the width of the primary surface and is one thousand feet wide. The approach zone expands outward uniformly to a width of sixteen thousand feet at a horizontal distance of fifty thousand feet from the primary surface. Its centerline is the continuation of the centerline of the runway.

  3. Transitional Zones. The transitional zones are the areas beneath the transitional surfaces.

  4. Horizontal Zone. The horizontal zone is established by swinging arcs from the center of each end of the primary surface of each runway and connecting the adjacent arcs by drawing lines tangent to those arcs. The radii of the arcs are:

              Jack McNamara Field, Runways 11, 17, 29, 35, ten thousand feet

              Andy McBeth Airport, Runways 11 and 29, five thou-sand feet

              Jack McNamara Field, Runways 13 and 31, five thou-sand feet

              Ward Field, Runways 6 and 24, five thousand feet.

    The horizontal zone does not include the approach and transitional zones.

G. Conical Zone. The conical zone is established as the area that commences at the periphery of the horizontal zone and extends outward therefrom a horizontal distance of four thousand feet.

 

(Ord. 80-14 (part), 1980.)