Centennial Airport Noise Roundtable Implements Tools to Address Community Concerns

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The Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable (CACNR), which is comprised of elected officials, airport staff and community members, is working to reduce noise impacts to surrounding communities by providing easy-to-use tools to help residents report any noise issues openly and effectively.

These tools include a recently-launched website, an online reporting system and a Noise Hotline.

The website, www.centennialairportnoise.com, provides information on noise abatement outreach to pilots, noise monitors that measure and report decibel levels of overhead aircraft, tutorials and FAQs.

To track overhead aircraft activity and/or report noise incidents, residents can use WebTrak (webtrak.bksv.com/apa) which can be found in the Report Noise section of the website. 

The Noise Hotline (303-790-4709) is another option for community members to call with any noise concerns.

For more information, contact info@centennialairportnoise.com.

About CACNR: The CACNR was created in May 2009 with the intent to reduce and mitigate noise impacts from users of Centennial Airport. Membership of the Roundtable consists of local elected officials, airport staff, community representatives, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and airport users. This forum provides a mechanism that attempts to ensure cooperation between the Airport and local communities in achieving noise reductions wherever possible.