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The Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable was created in 2009 with the intent to reduce and mitigate noise impacts from users of Centennial Airport. This group includes representatives from the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration and local municipalities, including Castle Rock. This group provides a means to ensure cooperation between the airport and local communities in achieving noise reductions wherever possible (such as suggesting different flight patterns for consideration by airport authorities). Additional information is available on the Centennial Airport Community Noise Roundtable website.
Published April 19, 2022
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Federal laws govern the flight patterns and noise levels of aircraft. The Town’s noise ordinance does not apply and does not have any authority over aircraft noise, as only federal law applies to this issue. Whether the aircraft is associated with Centennial Airport in Arapahoe County or Denver International Airport, only federal laws apply to aircraft noise.
Aircraft noise complaints should be directed to the proper airport authority. The Town of Castle Rock is not able to take action on noise related to aircraft and directs citizens with concerns to the information below:
Noise complaints for the Centennial Airport can be directed to the Centennial Airport Authority. Complaints can be filed via the noise compliant hotline at 303-790-4709 or via the Centennial Airport website.
Noise complaints for Denver International Airport can be directed to the noise complaint hotline at 303-342-2360. More information can also be found on the Denver International Airport website.