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Meetings Concerning Hayward Airport

Current Meetings

Hayward City Council Airport Committee
Regular meeting on Thursday, April 13, 2017, 5:30 p.m., Airport Administration Bldg. See City of Hayward agendas and minutes at the city's website. For additional information contact the airport manager Doug McNeeley(293-8678,

Hayward Airport Overlay Zone
A proposed special zone regulating land use, density, height, lighting, and airspace protection, extending deep into residential neighborhoods surrounding the airport, was discussed in the following meetings (see City of Hayward agendas and minutes at the city's website):

A work session of the city council April 19, 2016, 7 p.m. in the Council Chamber.
A work session of the planning commission May 12, 2016, 7 p.m.

Public hearings before the planning commission and city council are expected to be held in the future. For additional information contact the airport manager Doug McNeeley (293-8678, or David Rizk, City of Hayward Development Services Director (583-4004,

Past Meetings

Alameda County Airport Land Use Commission
Regular meeting, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, 2 p.m., Public Hearing Room, Alameda County Offices, 224 West Winton Ave., Hayward. The commission is responsible for establishing a land-use compatibility plan for the area surrounding each airport in the county, and reviewing proposals for development within those areas. The commission has no authority over development within airports. For information on the Alameda County ALUC (agendas, etc.) contact Cindy Horvath, Alameda County Planning Dept., 670-6511, cindy.horvath [AT], or go to Agendas and Minutes. For general information see California Airport Land Use Commissions. (Regular bimonthly meetings are scheduled, but most are cancelled for lack of business.)

Regional Airport Planning Committee
The committee has been inactive since October 2013. No meetings have been scheduled since then. RAPC is concerned with a regional perspective on airports in the Bay Area, including small "general aviation" airports like Hayward, as well as the noise impacts of the Bay Area's airports. It is composed primarily of appointees from the Association of Bay Area Governments, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and the Bay Conservation and Development Commission. When active, the committee meets quarterly, and additionally as needed. For information contact Lindy Lowe, Bay Conservation and Development Commission (lindy.lowe [at], or Brad Paul, Association of Bay Area Governments (bradp [at]

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[Page updated March 19, 2017]