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SAFETY/NOISE ABATEMENT INFORMATION

Report an Aircraft Accident to the NTSB

 

General Safety Reporting

Aviation Safety Reporting System  AKA “NASA Safety Reports”.

If you are not familiar with these please read about them and use if appropriate. It is in your best interest.

Leading Edge Aviation Safety Management System 

LEA encourages everyone to report any safety issues (actions or conditions) that involves safety to their Safety Management System.

To enter a report, go to: https://lea.omnisms.aero/login

Click on: “SUBMIT A REPORT”

Password: LEA

Low flying aircraft is also a safety concern and should be addressed by the appropriate regional FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO)Federal Aviation Regulations state the minimum altitude requirements for aircraft.

To File a Safety Report With the FAA:

Low flying aircraft is also a safety concern and should be addressed by the appropriate regional FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO)Federal Aviation Regulations state the minimum altitude requirements for aircraft.

Please Contact the Flight Standards District Offices (FSDO) Oregon

3180 NE Century Blvd  Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 

Phone: (503) 615-3200 or (800) 847-3806 Fax: (503) 615-3300 

Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time Monday - Friday 

 

Noise Abatement Information

The City has recorded a map of the Redmond Airport Traffic Pattern Airspace with the County Recorder’s Office. The current Recorded noise disclosure/contour map for Redmond Municipal Airport may be viewed here:  

RDM Noise Contour Map 2018  RDM Flight Path Map

Download the RDM Noise Abatement Q and A

Noise Abatement Powerpoint Presentation

 

Airport noise contours indicate what areas around the airport experience aircraft noise as measured by the FAA standards. The federal guidelines for residential compliance with aircraft noise are an average of 65 decibels or lower during a 24 hour period.

Who to Contact if You're Impacted by Aircraft Noise at RDM:

If you would like to file a complaint or report by phone or e-mail please contact:

The FAA National Noise Hotline Phone: (202) 267-3521

Email: 9-awa-noiseombudsman@faa.gov

 and/or send a detailed E-mail to rdm@flyrdm.com

 

To File a Complaint by Mail:

Federal Aviation Administration,

Aviation Noise Ombudsman, AEE-2

800 Independence Ave. S.W.

Washington, DC 20591

 

Please Include:

Your Name and Phone Number

Your Address (if you are willing to provide, if not then the general area you are reporting from)

Date & time of the event

Type of event (noise, low flight, safety, etc.)

General description of aircraft (single engine, multi-engine, prop, jet, high wing/lowing, etc.)

Description of the event --The more information you provide, the greater the chance for the Airport to adequately address your concerns.

 

For more information visit: NoiseQuest or FAA Noise and Emission Information Website

or fill out the RDM Noise Complaint Form below:

Personal Information

Name: *
Email Address: *
Phone:
Street Address:
City:
State:     Zip: 

Noise Event Details

Where and when did the event occur?

Location:
Date and Time:

Type of Aircraft:

Event or issue - click all that apply:*  

 Excessive Noise  Flying Too Low
 Toxic Emissions  Flying Over Home
 Frequency of Flights  Late Night/Early Morning
 Ground Noise/Run-up  Other


Additional comments (For example, aircraft color, markings, approximate height, direction, etc.):