Sec. 27-265. Height regulations - Airport Overlay.
No building, transmission line, communication line, pole, tree, smokestack, chimney, wires, tower or other structure or appurtenance thereto of any kind or character shall hereafter be erected, constructed, repaired or established, nor shall any tree or other object of natural growth be allowed to grow:
(a) In the operation zones to a height greater than the height of the runway centerline elevation on an existing or proposed runway or the surface of the ground, whichever is higher;
(b) In an approach zone to a height greater than the elevation of the runway end for which it is the approach and which rises one foot vertically for every fifty feet horizontally (50:1), except that the height limit shall not exceed one hundred fifty (150) feet above the nearest existing or proposed runway end elevation within three (3) miles of the end of the operation zone at that runway end. At three (3) miles from such operation zone, the height limit resumes sloping one foot vertically for every fifty feet horizontally (50:1) and continues to the ten (10) mile limit;
(c) In the turning zone to a height greater than one hundred fifty feet above the highest elevation on the existing or proposed runway;
(d) In the transition zones to a height greater than the height limit of the adjacent approach zone or operation zone and ending at a height of one hundred fifty (150) feet above the highest elevation on the existing or proposed runway.
Source: Ord. No. 4603, § 1, 9-16-02; Ord. No. 5449, § 1, 2-6-17;