Residential Noise Mitigation Programs
The MAC's Sound Insulation Program and Noise Mitigation Program efforts began in 1992 and have continued through the years to reduce aircraft noise impacts associated with Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) by providing noise reducing modifications to homes, apartment buildings and schools. While the original Sound Insulation Program is closed (1992-2005), the Consent Decree Noise Mitigation Program that started in 2008 has entered its final phase and will conclude on July 31, 2014. A new First Amendment Program began in March 2014.
Homeowners who would like to participate in the Consent Decree Noise Mitigation Program or First Amendment Program must first determine if their home is eligible. To learn more about each of these programs, click on the links below:
Eligibility information is based on a home address. Click Do I Qualify? to learn more.
This information applies to homeowners who know they meet the eligibility criteria for the Consent Decree Noise Mitigation Program or First Amendment first-year eligibility.
Contact information for the MAC Residential Noise Mitigation Program Manager
Click here for tips for insulating your home against aircraft noise: TIPS