An Intergovernmental
Cooperative of the
City of Prospect Heights &
the Village of Wheeling

Airport Documents

Open Airport Bids

Chicago Executive Airport Layout Plan (ALP)

Chicago Executive Airport Part 150  Noise Study

Chicago Executive Airport MapChicago Executive Airport Map

Airport Financial Information

Primary Guiding Documents

Airport Statistics

Employment Application

If you wish to fill out an application for an airport position we would be happy to keep it on file for 30 days.

All candidates are required to have a valid drivers license along with the ability to pass a physical examination and background check.

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Crane Information

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires a permit on construction cranes any time that they will exceed 200 feet in height (Above Ground Level), and are placed within 5.00 miles of an airport.

A notice is provided to the FAA via Form 7460-1, Notice of Proposed Requirement Construction or Alteration. The form is required when any proposed construction or alteration falls within any of the following categories:
1. Is greater than 200 feet in height above ground level at its location
2. Is near a public use or military airport, heliport, or seaplane base
3. Is a traverses way (Highway, railroad, or waterway) that exceeds standards
4. Is located on a public-use or military airport or heliport
5. Is requested by the FAA

The FAA requires FAA Form 7460-1 to be submitted at least 30 days before or more before the following: 1. the date the proposed construction is to begin, 2. the date an application for a construction permit is to be filed. The FAA requires that 4 copies of the FAA Form 7460-1 be sent to the Manager, Air Traffic Division, FAA Great Lakes Region, 2300 East Devon Avenue, Des Plaines, IL 60018.

Also please check with Federal, State and Local Governments for any forms or permits that are also required. For more information please contact the FAA or refer to Federal Aviation Regulations Part 77.

Engineered Materials Arrestor System (EMAS) FAQ

Forms & Permits

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