The Van Nuys Airport (VNY) Master Plan is a long-term planning document consisting of a series of goals, objectives, policies and measures that will protect the environment and guide land use at the airport as a Southern California general aviation center for the next 20 years. Its primary purpose is to encourage orderly development of on-airport land use by establishing a long-term guide for the airport that reflects the most appropriate use of airport property while working towards minimizing adverse impacts on neighboring communities. The Master Plan does not add acreage to the existing 730-acre airport and includes a broad category of land uses that provide consistency with City General Plan and Zoning Code standards. The Master Plan received approval from the BOAC, L.A. City Planning Commission and City Council in the Fall of 2005. The Mayor signed the plan in February 2006.
Van Nuys Airport Master Plan
VNY Master Plan Map
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