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What is the Quieter Home Program?

The Quieter Home Program (Program) is the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s (Airport Authority’s) Residential Sound Insulation Program. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has determined that residences within the 65+ decibel level contour map around San Diego International Airport (SDIA) may be eligible for sound insulation treatments to mitigate aircraft noise. The FAA has set a goal of reducing interior noise levels for eligible residents by at least five decibels inside the home, providing a noticeable reduction in noise. The Airport Authority’s Quieter Home Program is the means to obtain that goal.

Am I Eligible?

Non-compatible residential land uses within the 65+ decibel contour of the SDIA may be eligible for the Program. Within these areas, priority is given to those in the loudest noise impacted areas and those with the longest length of ownership. Your home may be eligible for the Program, but may fall outside of the noise impacted area the Program is currently operating within: Program Boundary. Find out if your home is within the current Program Boundary by viewing our maps.

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