§ 157.08  LAND USE SAFETY ZONES.
   FAR Part 77 Surfaces and RPZs have been combined to create five airport overlay zones.  These five zones are designed to maintain compatible land uses around the Clinton Municipal Airport.  The zones shall be evaluated for compatible land uses. 
8.A. Definition of Zones
Five airport overlay zoning districts are prescribed within this ordinance.  Specific dimensions for the individual zones for each runway end are noted in the following tables and text. 
The Airport Land Use & Height Overlay Zoning Maps should be evaluated to determine the specific area of impact associated with each zone.
Zone A - Runway Protection Zone (RPZ)
Zone A is intended to provide a clear area that is free of above-ground obstructions and structures.  This zone is closest to the individual runway ends.  The dimensional standards for this zone are the same as those described in the Airport Design AC (AC 150/5300-13 Change 11) and are shown in the following table.
   Table Zone A Dimensional Requirements
 
Runway Ends
Approach Visibility Minimums 1
Dimensions
Length 
L feet
Inner Width W1 feet
Outer Width W2 feet
RPZ acres
Runway 3
Lower than ¾ mile
2,500
1,000
1,750
78.914
Runway 14
Visual and not lower than 1-mile
1,700
500
1,010
29.465
Runway 21
Visual and not lower than 1-mile
1,700
1,000
1,510
48.978
Runway 32
Visual and not lower than 1-mile
1,000
500
700
13.770
 
1   The RPZ dimensional standards are for the runway end with the specified approach visibility minimums.  The departure RPZ dimensional standards are equal to or less than the approach RPZ dimensional standards.  When an RPZ begins other than 200 feet (60m) beyond the runway end, separate approach and departure RPZs should be provided.  Refer to FAA AC 150/5300-13, Change 11, and Appendix 14 for approach and departure RPZs.
Source: FAA AC 150/5300-13, Change 11, Airport Design Standards
Zone B - Approach Surface
Zone B is a critical airport overlay zoning surface that reflects the approach and departure areas for each runway at an airport.  The size of Zone B is predicated upon the type of approach (visual, non-precision, or precision) that a specific runway has and the type/size of aircraft utilizing the runway.  The following table illustrates the various sizes of Zone B based upon the specific runway criteria.  A portion of Zone B is overlain by Zone A because the approach surface and RPZ overlap the entire length of the RPZ.  Consequently, the length of Zone B begins at the inner edge of the RPZ.
   Table Airport Overlay Zones B-D Dimensional Standards
Item
Runway Dimensional Standards (Feet)
Runway 3
Runway 14
Runway 21
Runway 32
Item
Runway Dimensional Standards (Feet)
Runway 3
Runway 14
Runway 21
Runway 32
Primary surface width and Zone B inner width
1,000
500
500
500
Zone B end width
16,000
3,500
3,500
3,500
Zone B length
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
Zone C width
1,050
1,050
1,050
1,050
Zone D radius
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
Zone E width
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
 
Zone C - Transitional Surface
Zone C includes those areas that are parallel to the runway pavement and extend 1,050' from the edge of the primary surface paralleling the runway and extended runway centerline until they reach the end of Zone A at a 90 degree angle.  The specific dimensions for Zone C are based upon various options for the primary surface that is predicated upon the type of approach and critical aircraft.
Zone D - Horizontal Surface
Zone D is typically elliptical in shape, depending upon the runway types and configurations at individual airports. 
Zone E - Conical Surface
Zone E is the outermost zone of the airport overlay zoning areas and has the least number of land use restriction considerations.  The zone begins at the edge of the horizontal surface and is 4,000 feet in width paralleling the horizontal surface. 
8.B. Zone Compatibility
The following tables shall be utilized to evaluate land use compatibility for various land use classifications. 
   (A)   Uses identified as compatible shall not require additional review, however, consideration should be given to the following five areas of concerns:
      (1)   Noise sensitive related issues
      (2)   High concentrations of people
      (3)   Tall structures
      (4)   Visual obstructions
      (5)   Wildlife and bird attractants
   (B)   Uses found to be NOT compatible shall be precluded from development within the specific zones. 
   (C)   Uses found to require additional review shall be evaluated for general compatibility utilizing the Compatible Land Use Planning Checklist and the five primary areas of concern noted above.
Clinton Municipal Airport Zone Chart
C = Compatible      AR = Additional Review Required      NC = Not Compatible
Land Uses
Zone
Zone
Zone
Zone
Zone
A
B
C
D
E
Clinton Municipal Airport Zone Chart
C = Compatible      AR = Additional Review Required      NC = Not Compatible
Land Uses
Zone
Zone
Zone
Zone
Zone
A
B
C
D
E
   Residential Activities
Single-Family Uses (1 dwelling per lot)
   Detached Single Family Dwelling (i.e. farm dwelling, detached single family house, manufactured/ modular/ mobile homes if converted to real property and taxed)
NC
AR
NC
AR
C
   Detached Zero Lot Line Dwelling (i.e. condominium)
NC
AR
NC
AR
C
   Attached Single Family Dwelling (i.e. townhouses)
NC
AR
NC
AR
C
Two Family Uses (i.e. two principal dwelling units within one building on the same parcel)
NC
AR
NC
AR
C
Multi-Family Uses (i.e. three or more principal dwelling units within a single building on the same parcel, apartments such as condominium, elder, assisted living, townhouse-style)
   Low-Rise (1-3 Levels)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
   Mid-Rise (4+ Levels)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Group Living Uses (i.e. assisted living, group care facilities, nursing and convalescent homes, independent group living)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Manufactured Housing Parks
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
   Commercial Activities
Eating and Drinking Establishments (i.e. restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, fast food restaurants, bars, nightclubs, taverns, cocktail lounges)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Quick Vehicle Servicing Uses (i.e. full-serve and mini-serve gas station, unattended card key service stations, car washes)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Office Uses (i.e. business, government, professional, medical, or financial)
   General Office (i.e. professional offices, financial businesses, government offices)
      Low-Rise (1-3 Levels)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
      Mid-Rise (4+ Levels)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
   Medical/Dental Office (i.e. medical and dental clinics, chiropractic clinics, physical therapy clinics)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
      Low-Rise (1-3 Levels)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
      Mid-Rise (4+ Levels)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Retail Uses (i.e. sale, lease, or rent of new or used products)
   Sales-Oriented (i.e. appliances, convenience stores, bakeries, electronics, furniture, garden supplies,  gas stations, groceries, hardware, malls, strip malls, videos)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   Personal Service-Oriented (i.e. retail service-banking establishments, laundromats/dry cleaning, quick printing services, beauty/tanning salons, funeral homes)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   Repair-Oriented (i.e. consumer goods-electronics, office equipment, appliances)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   Hospitality-Oriented (hotels, motels, convention centers, meeting halls, event facilities)
      Low-Rise (1-3 Levels)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
      Mid-Rise (4+ Levels)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
   Outdoor Storage and Display-Oriented (i.e. outdoor storage-lumber yards, vehicles sales, landscape material and nursery product sales, farm supply and equipment sales)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
Surface Passenger Services (i.e. passenger terminals for buses, rail services, local taxi and limousine services)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Vehicle Repair Uses (i.e. vehicle repair or service shops, alignment shops, tire sales)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   Industrial/Manufacturing Activities
Industrial Service Uses (i.e. machine shops, tool repair, towing and vehicle storage, building supply yards, heating/ plumbing/ electrical contractors, exterminators, janitorial services, fuel oil distributors, solid fuel yards)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Manufacturing and Production Uses (i.e. manufacturing, processing, fabrication, packaging or assembly of goods)
   Technical/Light Manufacturing (i.e. electrical components, engineering, scientific and research, office, computer hardware/software, optical, pharmaceuticals, printing/photo facilities, publishing)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   General Manufacturing (i.e. manufacturing, compounding, assembling or treatment of most articles, materials, or merchandise)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
   * Heavy Manufacturing (i.e. concrete and asphalt plants, meat packing plants, wet corn milling, manufacturing of animal feed, paper/paperboard mills, ethanol plants)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
Mining and Extraction Uses
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Salvage Operations (i.e. firms that collect, store, and dismantle damaged or discarded vehicles, machinery, appliances, and building material)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Self-Service Storage Uses (i.e. mini-warehouses/storage facilities)
NC
C
AR
C
C
Warehouse and Freight Uses (i.e. major wholesale distribution centers, general freight storage, railroad switching yards, bus/rail car storage lots, parcel service, grain terminals)
NC
C
AR
C
C
Waste-Related Uses (i.e. recycling centers, sanitary landfills, waste transfer stations, composting, energy recovery plants, sanitary and water treatment facilities, sanitary collection/pumping facilities, hazardous waste collection sites)
NC
NC
NC
AR
AR
Wholesale Sales Uses (i.e. sale, lease, or rental of products to retailers for industrial, institutional, or commercial business users)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
Basic Utility Uses (i.e. utility substation facilities, electrical substations, water and sewer lift stations, water towers)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
College and Universities (i.e. public or private colleges and universities, technical colleges, seminaries)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Community Service Uses (i.e. public, nonprofit, or charitable nature providing a local service to the people)
   General Community Service (i.e. libraries, museums, transit centers, park and ride facilities, senior/community/neighborhood centers, police and fire stations)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
   Community Service-Shelter (i.e. transient housing)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
Daycare Uses (i.e. childcare centers, adult daycare, preschools, after school programs)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Detention Facilities (i.e. prisons, jails, probation centers, juvenile detention homes, halfway houses)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Educational Facilities (i.e. public and private schools)
   General Educational Facilities (i.e. public and private elementary, middle, junior, and senior high schools including religious, boarding, military schools)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
   Specialized Education Facilities (i.e. specialized trade, business, or commercial courses, nondegree-granting schools)
NC
NC
AR
AR
C
Hospitals (i.e. hospitals, medical centers)
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
Religious Assembly Uses (i.e. churches, temples, synagogues, mosques, Masonic, eagles, moose, or elk lodges)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
   Infrastructure Activities
Communication Transmission Facility Uses (i.e. broadcast, wireless, point to point, emergency  towers and antennae)
NC
NC
NC
AR
AR
Parking Uses (i.e. ground lots, parking structures)
AR
C
AR
C
C
Transportation Uses (i.e. highways, interstates, local and county roads)
AR
C
C
C
C
Utility Uses (i.e. solar power generation equipment, wind generators, wind farms)
NC
AR
AR
AR
AR
   Infrastructure Activities
Agricultural Uses (i.e. commercial cultivation of plants, livestock production)
   Plant-related (i.e. crop farming, vegetable, fruit, and tree, wholesale plant nurseries)
AR
C
C
C
C
   Animal-related (i.e. livestock operations, dairy farms, horse farms)
AR
C
C
C
C
   Resident-related (i.e. single-family home, mobile home if converted to real property and taxed)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
   Facility-related (i.e. fuel bulk storage/pumping facility, grain elevator, livestock/seed/grain sales)
NC
AR
AR
AR
AR
Floodplains
AR
AR
AR
C
C
Water Bodies (i.e. open bodies containing water)
   Man-made resources (i.e. mining and extraction, water detention ponds, wetlands)
NC
AR
AR
AR
AR
   Naturally occurring (i.e. lakes, ponds, prairie pot holes, rivers, streams, wetlands)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Wildlife Preservation Areas (i.e. petting zoos, wildlife rehabilitation centers, zoos)
NC
NC
AR
AR
C
   Parks and Recreation Activities
Commercial Recreational Uses (i.e. facilities used for physical exercise, recreation, or culture)
   Outdoor (i.e. campgrounds, tennis/swimming facilities, drive-in theaters, skating rinks, pavilions, amphitheaters)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
   Indoor (i.e. physical fitness centers, health clubs, bowling alleys, skating rinks, billiard halls, arcades, indoor theaters)
NC
AR
AR
AR
C
   Golf (i.e. golf driving ranges, outdoor miniature golf, 9+ hole courses)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Utility Uses (i.e. amusement/theme parks, fairgrounds, racetracks, sports arenas)
NC
AR
AR
AR
AR
   Clinton Municipal Airport Zone Chart
Parks (i.e. aquatic, mini, private, sports, neighborhood, school, community)
NC
AR
AR
C
C
Casino
NC
NC
NC
AR
C
 
(Ord. 2517, passed 2-24-2015)  Penalty, see § 157.99