Noise Exposure Maps Update
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is updating its Noise Exposure Maps that depict noise levels (contours) near the airport. Four public workshops for the Noise Exposure Map Update have been completed. The first three workshops were held in the fall, introducing how the Map Update process would be conducted and asked the public for input about the process. A summary of those workshops can be found at the link below. The fourth public workshop was held this spring, and presented the first draft of the updated maps. A summary of the fourth workshop will be posted to this site within the next few weeks.
Information gathered to help produce the maps will be refined and reviewed before producing final maps and a report that will outline the information and processes used to create the maps. The Airport will then conduct two more public meetings over the summer to introduce the finalized information and there will be a public comment period. The Airport expects to finalize the maps and submit the information to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the fall, for the FAA's formal acceptance of the updated maps.
If you would like to be added to the contact list to receive emails about the upcoming meetings, please emails us at PHXNEM@landrum-brown.com
Frequently Asked Questions [pdf]
1999 Noise Exposure Map from Part 150 [pdf]
Summary-Public Workshop Series 1,2, and 3 [pdf]