Oakland County, Michigan/Airport/Doing Business with OCIA

Doing Business with OCIA

Rules and Regulations

The Airports' Rules and Regulations were updated and adopted by the Oakland County Board of Commissioners on October 25, 2018. The new Airport Rules and Regulations are effective January 1, 2019.  The provisions of these documents are intended to promote and ensure:

  • The delivery of high-quality Aeronautical Activities and facilities at the Airports;
  • Safety and security;
  • Economic health of airport-based businesses;
  • Orderly development of Airport properties;
  • And the consistent establishment and enforcement of policy to avoid conflict of interest.

All users of and any Persons on the Airport are governed by these Rules and Regulations. It is the responsibility of all Persons operating on the Airport to acquaint themselves with and adhere to the Rules and Regulations.

Minimum Standards

A similar review and update of the Oakland County Airport Minimum Standards was conducted and adopted by the Oakland County Airport Committee on December 27, 2018, effective January 1, 2019. Anyone with additional questions should contact the Airport Administrative office.

Construction Permit

The updated Oakland County Airport Rules & Regulations require that a construction permit must be applied for and approved by the Airport Manager prior to commencement of any construction on Airport Property, including modifications, demolition, improvements, signage, installation of fuel storage facilities, etc.

FAA Airspace Review Prior to Construction

FAA requires Obstruction Evaluation/Airport Airspace Analysis (OE/AAA) review prior to any on-airport construction or proposed construction near an airport.

FAA Airspace Review Process for On-Airport Construction

Airspace Review Process for Notice of Proposed Construction

Rates and Charges

2019 Schedule of Airport Rates and Charges.