Your suffering from the impacts of Growler jet noise continues, from residents in Forks to Lopez Island, Whidbey, Camano, Anacortes, and beyond. You know the mental health impacts like depression and PTSD and the physical health impacts (which can include cardiac related issues and sleep deprivation) all too well.
Communities across the U.S. impacted by jet noise have been invited to participate in a national survey being conducted by Quiet Communities Inc. (QCI), a national nonprofit organization originally focused on commercial jet noise and now including military jet noise in their scope of work.
They have developed a survey for community members to describe the impacts that aviation noise and pollution are having on their health and that of their families. You are invited to participate.
Preliminary results will be available at the QCI conference on June 16th (9:00AM – 11:15AM PST), Aviation Noise, Pollution, and Health: Connecting the Dots. Please check their calendar for the event and/or sign up for their email list to receive the invitation.
The deadline for submission is May 31, 2022, 5:00PM PST.
COER encourages you to participate. Our input on military noise is very important.