A Joint Airport Zoning Board (JAZB) is tasked with developing a zoning ordinance for land uses around an airport as described in Minnesota Statute 360.061 through 360.074 and Minnesota Rules 8800.1200 and 8800.2400.  A JAZB is comprised of representatives from the cities, counties and/or townships that control land use development around an airport.

Through a collaborative process, a JAZB seeks to develop an airport zoning ordinance that achieves a balance between a reasonable level of public safety while facilitating compatible development.

Flying Cloud Airport  JAZB
Lake Elmo Airport JAZB

Contact Information

Should you have any questions about the MAC's Joint Airport Zoning Boards please contact:

Neil Ralston

Airport Operations Analysis and Planning