San Lorenzo Citizens Fighting Airport Noise


Revision of Hayward Airport Layout Plan
and Extension of West A Street


Airport Layout Plan Issues in a Nutshell

The City of Hayward, owner of the Hayward Airport, is beefing up the airport's facilities for business jets (which come and go at all hours). To accommodate larger and faster business jets, the City has revised its "airport layout plan" (ALP), the master plan for design and construction on file with the Federal Aviation Administration. [read more ...]


Latest News

Jan. 30, 2011 — The new airport layout plan was approved by local Federal Aviation Administration officials on January 13. [read more ...]

Sept. 13, 2010 — A plan to change the land-use designations for most of the airport will go before the city's planning commission September 23, and before the city council October 26. [read more ...]

May 19, 2010 — A final report on what the City is putting in its new airport layout plan was released in April. [read more ...]

March 7, 2010 — Expansion of jet traffic at the Hayward Airport will depend on expanding the runway, according to a report on airfield alternatives presented to the City Council Airport Committee. [read more ...]

October 20, 2009 — Several alternatives for the new airport layout plan were presented to the City Council's Airport Committee. [read more ...]



Contacts
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City of Hayward

Mayor Michael Sweeney — Michael.Sweeney [AT] hayward-ca.gov

Members of the City Council Airport Committee:

Councilman Olden Henson — Olden.Henson [AT] hayward-ca.gov
Councilman Bill Quirk — billquirkforhayward [AT] comcast.net
Councilwoman Barbara Halliday — Barbara.Halliday [AT] hayward-ca.gov


Hayward Area Parks & Recreation District

General Manager Rita Shue — ShuR [AT] haywardrec.org
Director Minane Jameson — jameson1 [AT] pacbell.net
Director Lou Andrade — lmaaw [AT] sbcglobal.net

Past Meetings

February 1, 2011

Hayward City Council, 7 p.m., City Council Chambers, City Hall (777 B St.). The council had the first reading on an ordinance to change the land-use designations of most parts of the airport. See council agendas and minutes at the city's website.

September 23, 2010

Hayward City Planning Commission. The commission held a hearing on a proposal to change the land-use designations of most parts of the airport. See details, and see planning Commission archives at the city's website.

July 22, 2010

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. The committee reviewed progress on redevelopment of the Air National Guard site, which is being transferred to the City of Hayward. See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.

April 22, 2010

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. It was announced that the final revision of the airport layout plan is available at the airport office. The next steps is FAA formal review and condition approval (conditioned on analysis of environmental impacts of specific projects). See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.

February 25, 2010

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. Preferred options for extending the runway were presented. See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.

October 15, 2009

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. Several alternatives for a new airport layout plan were presented. See ALP alternatives. See also Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.

July 23, 2009

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. The selection of a developer for redevelopment of the Air National Guard site was discussed and a developer was recommended. See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.

May 21, 2009

San Lorenzo Village Homes Association, regular monthly meeting. Hayward Director of Public Works Bob Bauman described the City's newest "airport layout plan" to accommodate faster and larger jet aircraft. This plan would require extension of the runway safety zone, pushing the planned West A Street extension up against the property lines of San Lorenzo Village homes. See meeting minutes.


March 23, 2009

Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District Board of Directors, regular board meeting. Hayward Director of Public Works Bob Bauman described the revision of the "airport layout plan" to accommodate faster and larger jet aircraft. This plan would require extension of the runway safety zone into the existing Skywest Golf Course, thus eliminating a portion of the golf course. As a result, the planned West A Street extension would also have to cut through the golf course. See meeting minutes.


Feb. 26, 2009

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. Director of Public Works Bob Bauman described two alternative routes for the planned West A Street Extension. One, preferred because it is cheaper, would run along the property lines of San Lorenzo homes. See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.


Oct. 30, 2008

Hayward City Council Airport Committee, regular quarterly meeting. First presentation on the airport layout plan revision. See Airport Committee agendas and minutes at the city's website.


[Updated Feb. 6, 2011]