Hawthorne Airport (KHHR) Communities Network Committee
The City of Hawthorne has responded to noise complaints by forming a Committee called the KHHR Communities Network Committee. The purpose of the KHHR Committee is to “Provide an educational forum engaging representatives from communities affected by FAA established flight paths, pilots and flight operation managers as well as FAA representatives in conversations aimed at finding ways to reduce and mitigate noise impacts on the surrounding communities to the extent possible by pilots and the FAA laws and regulations and safety standards.”
The first KHHR Communities Network Committee meeting was held in January and it was more of a ‘getting to know you’ meeting. If you are experiencing excessive or unacceptable airplane noise levels then Hawthorne needs to know about it. The airport has been implementing changes over the last month and will need data from residents to determine if the changes are working.
The Redondo Beach representative on the KHHR Committee is Roxanne Ferebee, a Redondo District 5 resident.
The next opportunity for all residents to address the Hawthorne Committee is April 18, 2019.
To directly file a complaint click here. You can obtain specific airplane information by using the app: FlightRadar24.
For more information:
- Hawthorne Airport Questions and Answers
- Timeline of recent Efforts to Reduce Noise by Hawthorne Airport:
- Hawthorne Airport Noise Fact Sheet