Airport Land Use Commission


  • Quarterly, beginning 1st Wednesday in February

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Contact the ALUC Clerk by email or by telephone at 707-253-4417Call: 707-253-4417 for scheduled information, agendas and minutes for the ALUC.

Agenda Postings

For agenda posting notification, you can either:

  • Contact the Planning Commission Clerk by email, or by telephone at 707-253-4417Call: 707-253-4417
  • Use the Notify Me® feature to establish an account and manage your subscriptions.



The Napa County Airport Land Use Commission (ALUC) establishes land use policies for areas located within the flight path surrounding Napa County airports. As required by State Aeronautics Law, the ALUC reviews land use compatibility issues for development within airport influence zones guided by the Napa County Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan. Airport compatibility issues include safety, noise, overflight and airspace protection. The Napa County ALUC comprises the five Napa County Planning Commissioners and two at-large members with aviation expertise, appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The ALUC meets on a quarterly basis in February, May, August and November, although Special Meetings are scheduled, as needed.  


  • ALUC Executive Officer
    David Morrison
    1195 Third Street, Suite 210
    Napa, CA  94559
    Email David Morrison
    Direct: 707-253-4805Call: 707-253-4805
    Main: 707-253-4417Call: 707-253-4417
  • ALUC Staff Liaison
    Dana Morrison
    Email Dana Morrison
    Direct: 707-253-4437Call: 707-299-1354
    Main: 707-253-4417Call: 707-253-4417

Please include Ms. Dana Morrison in any emails or written correspondence sent to two or more Commissioners or communications intended for the Commission as a whole. All correspondence will be forwarded to the Commission promptly. This is the best way to ensure that the Commission receives your message in a timely and certified manner. 

Note: Public records laws require disclosure of all correspondence, including emails, pertaining to business matters that come before the Commission. Please assist that process by including the Commission’s Executive Officer and Staff Liaison in correspondence and emails with Commissioners.