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Chapter 12.56 of the Redland Municipal Code is listed here for your reference. Please refer to the Official Municipal Code for the most current and updated information. 

Table of Contents

Chapter 12.56 Municipal Airport

12.56.010     Purpose
12.56.020     General Responsibility of owners, operators and users
12.56.030     Permitted activities generally
12.56.040     Prohibited activities
12.56.050     Damage to facilities
12.56.060     Adoption of rules and regulations
12.56.070     Conformance with rules governing aircraft operation
12.56.080     Authority of Director to suspend flights
12.56.090     Use of intoxicating liquor or drugs
12.56.100     Certified aircraft and personnel required
12.56.110     Aircraft taxiing regulations
12.56.120     Runway approaches
12.56.130     Conformance to traffic patterns
12.56.140     Formation takeoffs prohibited
12.56.150     Turns after takeoff
12.56.160     Traffic pattern establishment
12.56.170     Entering or leaving traffic pattern
12.56.180     Maintenance of safe distance in traffic pattern
12.56.190     Boarding or disembarking
12.56.200     Repair areas
12.56.210     Starting of aircraft
12.56.220     Entrance or exit of airplane from hangar
12.56.230     Authority of Director to move aircraft
12.56.240     Accidents- -Removal of damaged aircraft
12.56.250     Accidents- -Report
12.56.260     Securing of unattended aircraft
12.56.270     Registration of aircraft
12.56.280     Parking of privately owned aircraft
12.56.290     Parking of transient aircraft
12.56.300     Parking for airport tenants(PENDING REVIEW)
12.56.310     Director approval required to store materials
12.56.320     Vehicles- -Operation allowed where(PENDING REVIEW)
12.56.330     Vehicles- -Negligent operation prohibited(PENDING REVIEW)
12.56.340     Vehicles- -Yield of right-of-way to aircraft
12.56.350     Vehicles- -Accident Report
12.56.360     Vehicles- -Parking(PENDING REVIEW)
12.56.370     Vehicles bearing flammable materials
12.56.380     Vehicles- -Illegal parking(PENDING REVIEW)
12.56.390     Fire regulations
12.56.400     Landing fees
12.56.410     Tie-downs and hangar fees
12.56.420     Liability of City
12.56.430     Violation- -Penalty
12.56.440     Authority of Chief of Police for airport security
12.56.450     Appeal Process
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                     Traffic Pattern Information


 

12.56.010: PURPOSE:

The purpose of this chapter is to establish policies and procedures to be followed by persons operating aircraft, ground vehicles, and equipment on and in the vicinity of the Redlands municipal airport both in the air and on the ground. Deviations are permitted only during periods of emergency or as directed by the director of aviation, city of Redlands, or his appointed representatives. (Ord. 1431 § A(1), 1971)

12.56.020: GENERAL RESPONSIBILITY OF OWNERS, OPERATORS AND USERS:

It shall be the responsibility of aircraft owners, aircraft operators, and users of the airfield and surrounding support facilities to become familiar with the provisions of this chapter and adhere to its intent in the interests of safe and efficient utilization of the Redlands airport. (Ord. 1431 § A(2), 1971)

12.56.030: PERMITTED ACTIVITIES GENERALLY:

With the exception of properly authorized special activities, all airport facilities are provided for the primary purpose of promoting commercial, general, private and recreational flying activities. The airport shall be open for these uses at all reasonable hours of the day and night, subject to restrictions created by inclement weather, special events, emergencies, or like causes so designated by the director of aviation. (Ord. 1431 § B(1), 1971)

12.56.040: PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES:

The airport shall not be used as a base for conducting commercial and business activities, for the carrying for hire of passengers, freight, express or mail, for instruction in aviation in any of its phases, for the sale of fuels, refreshments or any commodity or service or for any other commercial purpose unless a lease, permit or license to conduct such business has been granted by the city or its authorized agents. No signs, posters or other advertising material will be posted or distributed on airport property without prior authority from the director of aviation, city of Redlands. (Ord. 1431 § B(2), 1971)

12.56.050: DAMAGE TO FACILITIES:

Damage to airport facilities, buildings, or other city/leased properties will be reported immediately to the director of aviation, city hall, Redlands, or, in his absence, to the Redlands police department. Repair or replacement cost will be levied against the party deemed responsible. (Ord. 1431 § B(3), 1971)

12.56.060: ADOPTION OF RULES AND REGULATIONS:

The rules and regulations promulgated by the federal aviation administration and presently in effect and all additions or amendments thereto are hereby referred to, adopted and made a part of these regulations in every respect as if they were fully set forth herein. (Ord. 1431 § C(1), 1971)

12.56.070: CONFORMANCE WITH RULES GOVERNING AIRCRAFT OPERATION:

No person shall navigate any aircraft over, land upon, or take off from, or service, repair, or maintain any aircraft on the airport, or conduct any operation on or from the airport otherwise than in conformity with this chapter and the rules and regulations of the federal aviation administration. (Ord. 1431 § C(2), 1971)

12.56.080: AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR TO SUSPEND FLIGHTS:

The director of aviation, or his appointed representative, may restrict or suspend any or all flight operations when required in the interest of safety, military need or special circumstances. (Ord. 1431 § C(3), 1971)

12.56.090: USE OF INTOXICATING LIQUOR OR DRUGS:

No person shall operate or assist in the operation of any aircraft while under the influence of, or using, any intoxicating liquor or habit forming or hallucinatory or narcotic drug. No alcoholic beverage may be consumed or sold on the airport unless the city council shall have approved and designated the place for the sale and consumption thereof. (Ord. 1431 § C(4), 1971)

12.56.100: CERTIFIED AIRCRAFT AND PERSONNEL REQUIRED:

Only properly certificated aircraft, operated by properly certificated personnel are authorized on the aircraft landing areas or areas designated for aircraft taxiing and parking. (Ord. 1431 § C(5), 1971)

12.56.110: AIRCRAFT TAXIING REGULATIONS:

No person shall taxi any aircraft unless there will be no danger of collision with any person or object. Aircraft shall not be taxied at speeds in excess of fifteen (15) miles per hour and will be under complete control at all times. No taxiing shall be done except on areas designated for taxiing. (Ord. 1431 § C(6), 1971)

12.56.120: RUNWAY APPROACHES:

Aircraft approaching the runway for takeoff shall be stopped at least one hundred feet (100') from the runway in use and shall not be taxied onto the runway without the pilot first having made a visual check of air traffic. (Ord. 1431 § C(7), 1971)

12.56.130: CONFORMANCE TO TRAFFIC PATTERNS:

All aircraft, except in an emergency, shall conform to the established traffic patterns (see section 12.56.460 of this chapter). (Ord. 1431 § C(8), 1971)

12.56.140: FORMATION TAKEOFFS PROHIBITED:

Formation takeoffs are prohibited. (Ord. 1431 § C(9), 1971)

12.56.150: TURNS AFTER TAKEOFF:

After takeoff, no turn shall be made until the airport boundary has been reached and the pilot of the aircraft has determined that such a turn can be made safely (see section 12.56.460of this chapter). (Ord. 1431 § C(10), 1971)

12.56.160: TRAFFIC PATTERN ESTABLISHMENT:

The established traffic pattern is a right hand pattern at an altitude of two thousand four hundred feet (2,400') above sea level. Aircraft shall enter the traffic pattern from straight and level flight (see section 12.56.460 of this chapter). (Ord. 1431 § C(11), 1971)

12.56.170: ENTERING OR LEAVING TRAFFIC PATTERN:

Aircraft entering or leaving the traffic pattern shall exercise extreme caution and shall not cause other aircraft in the pattern to deviate from their course. (Ord. 1431 § C(12), 1971)

12.56.180: MAINTENANCE OF SAFE DISTANCE IN TRAFFIC PATTERN:

Safe distances shall be maintained between aircraft in the traffic pattern and there shall be no passing or cutting in front of other aircraft in the pattern. (Ord. 1431 § C(13), 1971)

12.56.190: BOARDING OR DISEMBARKING:

Except in an emergency, no person shall board or disembark from any aircraft on the taxiway, landing or takeoff area of the airport. (Ord. 1431 § C(14), 1971)

12.56.200: REPAIR AREAS:

No aircraft shall be permitted to remain on any part of the taxiway, landing or takeoff area for the purpose of repairs. All repairs shall be effected at places designated therefor. Only minor prevention maintenance shall be permitted in areas other than authorized maintenance shops. (Ord. 1431 § C(15), 1971)

12.56.210: STARTING OF AIRCRAFT:

An aircraft engine shall not be started unless a competent operator is at the controls and adequate brakes are fully set or the wheels are set with blocks. Aircraft engines may be run up only after it is determined that prop wash will not endanger other aircraft, property, or persons. (Ord. 1431 § C(16), 1971)

12.56.220: ENTRANCE OR EXIT OF AIRPLANE FROM HANGAR:

No aircraft shall be taxied into or out of any hangar. Aircraft being taxied and scheduled for service in a hangar shall be halted twenty feet (20') from the hangar doors and the engine stopped. Approved power operated industrial trucks may be used to move aircraft into, about and out of hangars. Aircraft engines shall not be operated within hangars, but may be electrically turned over during servicing operations. (Ord. 1431 § C(17), 1971)

12.56.230: AUTHORITY OF DIRECTOR TO MOVE AIRCRAFT:

Upon the direction of the city director of aviation, when required for public health, safety, or welfare, or the proper operation of the airport, the operator, owner or pilot of any aircraft on the airport shall move the aircraft to any place designated on the airport; if the operator, owner, or pilot refuses to comply with the directions, or the operator, owner, or pilot cannot be located after a reasonable effort has been made to do so, the aircraft may be moved to such place at the owner's expense and without liability for any damage that may result from such moving. (Ord 1431 § C(18), 1971)

12.56.240: ACCIDENTS; REMOVAL OF DAMAGED AIRCRAFT:

In the event of an accident, the damaged aircraft may be removed from the landing areas, ramps, aprons, or other areas at the expense of the owner and without liability for damage resulting from such moving. (Ord. 1431 § C(19), 1971)

12.56.250: ACCIDENTS; REPORT:

Accidents of any nature occurring on the airport shall be reported as soon as practicable to the director of aviation or his authorized representative together with names and addresses of persons involved and witnesses. In the event the director of aviation is not available, the Redlands police department will be notified. (Ord. 1431 § C(20), 1971)

12.56.260: SECURING OF UNATTENDED AIRCRAFT:

No aircraft shall be left unattended unless properly secured. (Ord. 1431 § C(21), 1971)

12.56.270: REGISTRATION OF AIRCRAFT:

Any person electing to base his aircraft on the airport shall register the aircraft with the airport authorities. Change of ownership or removal of the aircraft from the airport shall not relieve the registered owner from payment of applicable fees unless prior written notice is given. (Ord. 1431 § C(22), 1971)

12.56.280: PARKING OF PRIVATELY OWNED AIRCRAFT:

Privately owned aircraft shall be parked only in designated parking areas assigned to them. (Ord. 1431 § C(23), 1971)

12.56.290: PARKING OF TRANSIENT AIRCRAFT:

Transient aircraft shall be parked only in designated areas. (Ord. 1431 § C(24), 1971)

12.56.300: PARKING FOR AIRPORT TENANTS (PENDING REVIEW):

This section of the Airport Municipal Code is currently under review.

12.56.310: DIRECTOR APPROVAL REQUIRED TO STORE MATERIALS:

No ladders, cans, boxes, etc., of any nature may be left in aircraft storage areas without prior approval of the director of aviation. (Ord. 1431 § C(26), 1971)

12.56.320: VEHICLES; OPERATION ALLOWED WHERE:

This section of the Airport Municipal Code is currently under review.

12.56.330: VEHICLES; NEGLIGENT OPERATION PROHIBITED:

This section of the Airport Municipal Code is currently under review.

12.56.340: VEHICLES; YIELD OF RIGHT OF WAY TO AIRCRAFT:

Highway vehicles shall always yield the right of way to aircraft on the ground or in the process of landing or taking off. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § D(3), 1971)

12.56.350: VEHICLES; ACCIDENT REPORT:

Any accident involving motor vehicles on the airport shall be reported immediately to the director of aviation or his authorized representative. In the event the director of aviation is not available, the Redlands police department will be notified. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § D(4), 1971)

12.56.360: VEHICLES; PARKING:

This section of the Airport Municipal Code is currently under review.

12.56.370: VEHICLES BEARING FLAMMABLE MATERIALS:

Gasoline tank trucks, automotive or aircraft gas tenders, and trucks delivering flammable materials shall be prohibited from entry, parking or storage in hangars. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § D(6), 1971)

12.56.380: VEHICLES; ILLEGAL PARKING:

This section of the Airport Municipal Code is currently under review.

12.56.390: FIRE REGULATIONS:

  1.    No aircraft shall be fueled or drained while the engine is running or while the aircraft is in a hangar. Exception: See subsection G of this section.
  2.    During all fuel operations the aircraft and appurtenances used in fueling shall be grounded by an approved method.
  3.    Passengers shall deplane from any aircraft being fueled unless an attendant is stationed at the cabin door during such operation.
  4.    Personnel engaged in fueling operations shall exercise care to prevent overflow of fuel.
  5.    Personnel not engaged in fueling or maintenance of the aircraft, except as provided in subsection C of this section, shall not be permitted within fifty feet (50') of such aircraft.
  6.    Smoking or the lighting of any open flame shall be prohibited within fifty feet (50') of any fuel operation.
  7.    When fuel truck is servicing aircraft in hangar, doors shall be completely open, towbar in place, and grounding of plane and truck completed. A flammable liquid type fire extinguisher will be readily available.
  8.    Flammable liquid type fire extinguishers shall be within ready reach of personnel engaged in fuel operations. Extinguishers shall not be located near fuel hoses, pumps, meters or valves.
  9.    No electrical or radio equipment shall be operated during fuel operations.
  10.    All fuel dispensing equipment shall be kept in a safe and nonleaking condition.
  11.    No aircraft shall be started when there is fuel on the ground, under or near the aircraft.
  12.    Hangar floors shall be kept clean and free from oil, and no flammable solvent shall be used for cleaning purposes in shops, hangars or other buildings.
  13.    No boxes, crates, rubbish, paper, or other litter shall be permitted to accumulate on the airport or in any hangar, and all oil, paint, dope, and varnish containers shall be removed from hangars immediately upon being emptied.
  14.    Degreasing of aircraft and/or aircraft engines shall be permitted only in maintenance shops or in areas so designated. Degreasing shall not be done by the spraying of a flammable liquid.
  15.    No material of any nature shall be stored in such a manner so as to constitute a fire hazard.
  16.    Lessees of hangars or other airport areas shall provide suitable metal receptacles with hinged lid for the storage of oily waste rags and other flammable rubbish.
  17.    No smoking shall be permitted in any hangars where it is hazardous to do so or where no smoking signs are posted.
  18.    The fixed base operator and his sublessees, shall maintain, in proper working order, adequate and readily accessible fire extinguishers in accordance with city fire department requirements.  Extinguishers shall carry a tag showing date of most recent inspection.
  19.    Hangar entrances shall be kept sufficiently clear to permit ready access to buildings to combat fires.
  20.    The storage, handling and use of all flammable liquids shall be in accordance with the fire code of the city.
  21.    Whenever the provisions of city ordinances, or state and federal laws are not applicable for any reason to any situation involving the protection of persons and property from the hazards of fire and explosions, the materials, methods of construction, installations, practices or operation necessary to provide such protection shall be in accordance with nationally recognized and accepted standards. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § E, 1971)

12.56.400: LANDING FEES:

Privately owned aircraft are not charged landing fees. Operations of aircraft engaged in the business of transporting persons or things for a profit, may be charged landing fees as determined by the council. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § H, 1971)

12.56.410: TIE DOWN AND HANGAR FEES:

  1. Monthly tie down, transient tie down and hangar rental fees for facilities on the land leased from the city by the base operator will be established by the operator.
  2. Monthly tie down, transient tie down and hangar rental fees on city land not leased to base operations will be as established by the director of aviation. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § I, 1971)

12.56.420: LIABILITY OF CITY:

The privilege of using the airport and its facilities shall be conditioned upon the assumption of full responsibility and risk by the user thereof, and he shall release, hold harmless and indemnify the city, its officers and employees from any liability or loss resulting from such use, as well as against claims of third persons so using the airport. The exercise of the privilege of use shall constitute an acknowledgment that the city maintains the airport in a governmental capacity. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § G, 1971)

12.56.430: VIOLATION; PENALTY:

  1. Any violation of this chapter is a misdemeanor, and any person found guilty thereof is punishable by a fine and imprisonment as provided by law.
  2. In addition to the above, any violation of this chapter shall be deemed sufficient cause for the director of aviation to deny or prohibit access to or use of the airport by the responsible person or firm. (Ord. 2419 § 2, 1999: Ord. 1431 § F, 1971)

12.56.440: AUTHORITY OF CHIEF OF POLICE FOR AIRPORT SECURITY:

The chief of police shall establish and maintain policies and procedures which reasonably ensure the safety of persons and property utilizing the Redlands municipal airport. These duties shall include, but are not limited to, the development and implementation of security strategy, controlling access to the airport through the use of access gates and the issuance of gate cards, and the maintenance of applicant files and information for use by police and other city personnel. (Ord. 2528 § 1, 2002)

12.56.450: APPEAL PROCESS:

In the event any person is aggrieved by a decision relating to the policies and procedures established pursuant to section 12.56.440 of this chapter, that person may make a written request for a hearing before the chief of police within ten (10) days of the date of the decision which is the subject of the grievance. The hearing shall be scheduled upon not less than ten (10) calendar days' notice to the aggrieved person. Notice on the hearing shall be given by personal service or certified mail to the address shown on the request for a hearing. If reasonable attempts to otherwise serve are not successful, service may be provided by first class mail. Notice of the chief of police's decision shall be given in the same manner as notice for the hearing.

Any person aggrieved with a decision of the chief of police may a make written request for a hearing before the city manager within ten (10) days of the date of the decision of the chief of police. The hearing shall be scheduled upon not less than ten (10) calendar days' notice to the aggrieved person. Notice on hearing shall be given by personal service or certified mail to the address shown on the request for a hearing. If reasonable attempts to otherwise serve are not successful, service may be provided by first class mail. Notice of the city manager's decision shall be given in the same manner as notice for the hearing. (Ord. 2528 § 1, 2002)

12.56.460: TRAFFIC PATTERN:

A. Map:

ENTER PICTURE OF MAP HERE

B. General Information:

Redlands Municipal Airport
Traffic Pattern Information

  1.   The traffic pattern for Runway #26 is right hand; the traffic pattern for Runway #8 is left hand.
  2.   The down-wind leg lies north of the runway.
  3.   The use of Runway #8 or #26 is dependent on wind conditions. If the easterly wind is over 10 knots, the use of Runway #8 is recommended.
  4.   The traffic pattern at Redlands municipal airport (RMA) is established at 829 feet above ground level. Ground level at RMA is 1,571 above sea level (MSL). Thus, the altitude of the traffic pattern above sea level at RMA is 2,400 feet MSL.
  5.   The cross wind leg for Runway #26 is over the west end of the runway. (Over the 8.)
  6.   For traffic departing on Runway #26 westerly or southerly:

    1. Do not fly over the SBD traffic pattern below 3000 MSL.
    2. Do not fly over residential areas south of the river wash less than 2200 feet MSL.
    3. Turn left before reaching Orange Street (the first street west of the airport which crosses the river wash) and west bound traffic follow I-10.
    4. If 2200 feet MSL is not attained before Orange Street, use right hand down wind departure to gain altitude.
  7.   Helicopters operate south of the airport using a left-hand pattern. Helicopter pattern altitude is 2,000 MSL.
  8.   Runway #8 is suggested as the primary runway for night landings, if winds permit.
  9.   Aircraft preparing to land at Redlands municipal airport must observe the traffic pattern altitude, the direction of turns in the pattern, the use of the down-wind leg, and must exercise discretion concerning wind conditions and other aircraft in the pattern or aircraft preparing to land or take off. The observance of these requirements is essential for safety at the airport.
  10.   Pilots landing contrary to wind indicator or established pattern assume all responsibility for such action. This practice is discouraged in that it does not promote flying safely. (Ord. 1431, 1971)

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