Noise Action Plan
Noise Action Plan Stage III of the Municipality of Göllheim
Announcement of entry into force
Based on the EU Environmental Noise Directive 2002/49/EC and its implementation in the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG), municipalities are obliged to draw up a noise action plan. These serve to regulate noise problems and noise effects. The aim of these noise action plans should also be to protect quiet areas from an increase in noise. Noise action plans are to be reviewed in the event of significant developments, otherwise every five years, and revised if necessary.
The municipality of Göllheim has commissioned the noise consulting office GSB from St. Wendel for the preparation. The affected road sections in the municipality of Göllheim, which have been taken into account in the noise mapping, are on the one hand the freeway A63 (approx. 4,230 m) and on the other hand a section of the federal road B47 (approx. 4,600 m).
Public participation is an essential part of noise action planning. For this reason, the public was given the opportunity to inform themselves about the noise situation and to actively participate in the preparation of the noise action plans.
The council of the municipality of Göllheim has decided to publish the noise action plan in the present draft version and to involve the authorities and public bodies on December 3, 2018.
The public display and the involvement of the sponsors took place from 20.12.2018 to 22.02.2019.
The citizens were informed in the official gazette and via internet about the possibility to participate. The draft of the noise action plan could be downloaded from the homepage of the municipality. A total of 11 comments from the public authorities (including the road authorities) were received. These do not contain any issues and suggestions relevant for consideration. Citizens of the municipality of Göllheim did not submit any comments.
The noise action plan was unanimously adopted by the municipal council on 15.04.2019. The information of the public about the entry into force will take place on 25.04.2019.