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A. Active Runway: If the winds are calm or at a ninety degree (90°) crosswind pilots shall take off and land on runway 17.
B. Hazardous Operations: No pilot shall operate an aircraft in such manner as to create a hazard to persons and property on the ground, nor land or take off any fixed wing aircraft and commence a turn over any taxiway or ramp or over hangars or other structures, automobile parking areas or groups of spectators at an altitude below five hundred feet (500') above ground level (AGL).
C. Use Of Radio: All pilots, when possible, shall communicate on the published common traffic advisory frequency (CTAF) to determine the active runway and to announce their position and intentions for takeoff and landing.
D. Takeoffs On Apron, Ramps And Taxiway: No takeoffs or landings shall be made on the apron, parking ramp or taxiway except by special permission of the airport manager.
E. Takeoffs Allowed: Pilots shall clear themselves from landing and takeoff traffic before taxiing into takeoff position.
F. Takeoff Climb: On takeoff all aircraft shall climb straight out to an altitude above five hundred feet (500') above ground level (AGL) and clear airport boundary before executing a turn.
G. Traffic Pattern Altitude: The traffic pattern altitude is eight hundred feet (800') above ground level (AGL) for small aircraft and one thousand five hundred feet (1,500') above ground level (AGL) for jets and large aircraft.
H. Traffic Flow: All aircraft landing at the airport shall fly a left hand traffic pattern.
I. Special Procedures: The airport manager may, in the interest of safety, designate traffic procedures for certain operations, such as air shows, agricultural operations, lighter than air operations, ultralights, etc. (Ord. 1333, 1-26-1993)