MAC Community Relations: Your Airport Resource
The Community Relations Office is your connection to the MAC. Recognizing the important role our system of airports plays in stimulating a broad, thriving and vibrant community, the MAC Community Relations Office offers a wide range of outreach activities to engage our diverse stakeholders, including addressing airport noise concerns.
For decades, the MAC has been engaging communities, airport operators and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in cooperative efforts to reduce aircraft noise impacts associated with the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) and the MAC's six reliever airports.
We engage with our communities and stakeholders through airport advisory commissions, long-range planning efforts, airport events, and educational programs.
Learn the Basics of Managing Aircraft Noise
This video and fact sheet provide insight into efforts and coordination taking place to reduce aircraft noise.
— Efforts Underway to Reduce Aircraft Noise
This video and fact sheet delve into the roles and responsibilities associated with operating MSP.
— Who Makes the Decisions?
This video and fact sheet provide information about the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC).
— MSP Noise Oversight Committee: Collaboration at Work
This video and fact sheet provide information about runway use at MSP.
— How Are Runway Decisions Made?
- Efforts Underway to Reduce Aircraft Noise
- Who Makes the Decisions?
- MSP Noise Oversight Committee: Collaboration at Work
- How Are Runway Decisions Made?
MSP Quarterly Listening Sessions
The MAC Community Relations Office sponsors quarterly Listening Sessions for residents to receive updates on the MSP Noise Oversight Committee (NOC) and its activities, to be briefed on MSP operational levels and procedures and to have an opportunity to provide comments and voice concerns on aircraft noise issues.
Real Estate Professional and Homebuyer Information
The MAC offers tips and resources to help home buyers and real estate professionals assess aircraft activity throughout the twin cities.
Aircraft Noise Documents & Resources
Contact the MAC Community Relations Office
Contact our staff with questions or concerns through this form, or our 24-hour hotline at 612-726-9411.