U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
- SCH Number
- Public Agency
- San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
- Document Title
- U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Document Description
- The ALUCP is an airport land use compatibility plan, which is a regulatory document designed to promote compatibility between the MCAS Camp Pendleton Airfield and the surrounding land uses, to the extent that such areas are not already devoted to existing uses. The MCAS Camp Pendleton ALUCP serves two complementary purposes: (i) the ALUCP provides for the orderly growth of the area surrounding the Airfield in a manner that is compatible and consistent with the Airfield's operations; and (ii) the ALUCP safeguards the general welfare of the inhabitants within the vicinity of the Airfield and the public in general. The MCAS Camp Pendleton ALUCP is required to be consistent with the safety and noise standards in the Air Installations Compatible Use Zones study prepared for MCAS Camp Pendleton Airfield. The MCAS Camp Pendleton ALUCP contains land use compatibility criteria for use by the ALUC in reviewing development projects and locals plans for consistency with the adopted ALUCP.
- Contact Information
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Airport Land Use Commission P.O. Box 82776
San Diego, CA 92138-2776
Phone : (619) 400-2400
- Fallbrook Oceanside Vista
- San Diego
- Other Location Info
- Applicable to portions of the federal property comprising U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and U.S. Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook Annex.
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Section 15061(b)(3)
- Reasons for Exemption
- The project will not have a significant effect on the environment because: (1) the ALUCP is preempted with respect to federal property and, therefore, has no force and effect as to such property; and (2) the only effect of the ALUCP on non-federal lands would be the imposition of notice requirements relative to certain real estate transactions, which does not result in environmental impacts. Therefore, the project is exempt from CEQA.
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