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Mulino State Airport Environmental Assessment & Preliminary Design for Airport Improvements:

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Notice is hereby given that the Oregon Department of Aviation (ODA) with the Oregon Aviation Board (Board) is requesting input to determine if the Lebanon State Airport Master Plan is compatible with local acknowledged comprehensive plans. The Board is preparing to adopt findings of compatibility with the acknowledged comprehensive plans of affected cities and counties and findings of compliance with applicable statewide planning goals when it adopts the final facility plan.

ODA will hold a public meeting at the Lebanon Library to present the Lebanon Master Plan. All members of the public, Department of Land Conservation and Development, affected metropolitan planning organizations, cities, counties, state and federal agencies, special districts and other interested parties in the development or amendment of the Master Plan are invited.

The Lebanon Public Meeting will be held on July 1, 2019 from 4:30 – 6:00 pm at the Lebanon Public Library, 55 Academy Street, Lebanon, OR 97355.

You may also email your comments to​​. Please have comments submitted by July 25, 2019.

The Aviation Board is scheduled to hold a public hearing and consider adoption of the Master Plan at the August 1, 2019 board meeting to be held August 1, 2019 starting at 10 am at the Joseph Community Center, 102 E 1ST ST, Joseph, OR 97846.

For additional information, please contact:
Jeff Caines, AICP, Aviation Planner
503-378-2529 – phone
503-373-1688 – fax

Accessible Meeting Information
This meeting location is accessible. Special accommodations are available upon advance request. Please contact Jeff Caines at 503-378-2529 or at least 48 hours prior to the event to discuss specific needs.

The Streaked Horned Lark (SHL) is currently considered a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Streaked Horned Lark population is centered in parts of the Willamette Valley and the Northern Oregon Coast. Their habitat includes areas which are classified as sparsely vegetated grasslands for nesting such as airports. Oregon Department of Aviation's (ODA) goal is to identify and protect nesting sites yet allow for airport projects to move forward to maintain the system of airports within Oregon. ODA is closely working with both the FAA and USFWS to identify habitat locations at the various airports throughout Oregon that have been identified as potential habitat.

Streak Horned Lark and Airports.pdfStreak Horned Lark and Airports
SHL Occupancy and Abundance Protocols.pdfSHL Occupancy and Abundance Protocols
SHL Special Rules.pdfSHL Special Rules

For information, please contact Jeff Caines, Aviation Planner at Oregon Department of Aviation at (503)378-2529.​​


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