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For reporting purposes, complaints for any given month may only be entered on, or prior to, the 5th of the following month (e.g., complaints for February must be entered before midnight on March 5th).
Complaint details must include specific information, including: date, time, a.m. or p.m., at least one descriptor, airport generating the disturbance, and operation type (e.g., arrival, departure, unknown).
Duplicate complaints (i.e., multiple complaints reported with the same date and time) will not be accepted.
Aircraft noise complaint data are summarized, mapped and published monthly in the Technical Advisor's Report (pages 1 and 2).
Please review and follow our complaint guidelines to ensure your complaints are reported accurately.
Finding an address
The list of possible addresses is created from the most recent County address data provided by the Metropolitan Council.
If you have difficulty locating an address, please consider the following:
- Ensure that the direction prefix or sufix is correct (e.g. 28th Ave S vs S 28th Ave)
- Use abbreviations for the street type rather than the full name (AVE vs AVENUE)
- Be aware that multi-family buildings such as apartment complexes may have a different formal address.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding aircraft activity at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP). We appreciate your interest and want you to know we are listening. The Metropolitan Airports Commission's (MAC) Noise Program Office has helped residents understand the complexities of aircraft noise for more than 30 years. We are here to help you too.