I'm not a member of the AMA, so do not have full access to their website, but I haven't seen a mention of any repositories that contain a collections of laws regarding UAV usage. The AMA site has a few NOTAMS [http://www.modelaircraft.org/membership/clubs/notams.aspx], but knowing other local laws would be useful. Is anyone familiar with perhaps a list of laws by region which restrict, or even mention, such laws. FDC 9/4985 NOTAM Restricts aircraft below 3,000 feet of the Disney World complex. http://www.faa.gov/about/initiatives/uas/uas_faq/ "Do I need to get approval from the FAA to fly a model aircraft for recreation? No. FAA guidance does not address size of the model aircraft. FAA guidance says that model aircraft flights should be kept below 400 feet above ground level (AGL), should be flown a sufficient distance from populated areas and full scale aircraft, and are not for business purposes." Advisory Circular 91-57 http://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/medi ... /91-57.pdf FAA Docket No. FAA-2006-25714; concerning the FAA’s current policy concerning operations of unmanned aircraft in the National Airspace System under 14 CFR Part 91 http://www.faa.gov/about/initiatives/ua ... ce_uas.pdf Santa Monica Parks Santa Monica Ord. No. 2398CCS Section 4.55.110 Remote control models. (a) No person shall operate any model plane in any park, playground, beach, beach parking lot or public recreation area. (b) No person shall operate any model car, truck or vehicle in any beach parking lot. (c) For purposes of this Section, the following definitions shall apply: (1) "Beach parking" includes all roadways providing access to or connecting beach parking lots. (2) "Model plane" means any device that flies, whether uncontrolled or controlled by radio, wire, or string, and is powered by internal combustion, electricity, gasoline, or any other type of fuel, and any device that flies by whatever means weighing more than eight ounces. (3) "Model vehicle" means any model vehicle controlled by radio or wire and powered by internal combustion, electricity, gasoline, battery, or other type of fuel or power. (d) This Section shall not apply to models in any area designated by the City for the use of such models if the person using the model is in compliance with posted rules governing the use of the designated area. (Amended by Ord. No. 2398CCS § 2, adopted 4/24/12) Grand Canyon Park policy restricting all UAV activity within the park; http://www.nps.gov/grca/parkmgmt/upload ... endium.pdf "Unmanned Aircraft Operating an Unmanned Aircraft, including radio controlled aircraft, model aircraft, and aircraft operated by a first person video is prohibited in Grand Canyon National Park. the toy class remote control aircraft can be used within the curtilage of residential structures. " http://www.faa.gov/news/media/sfra_flight_advisory.pdf FDC 0/8326 http://02b954f.netsolhost.com/images/FRZ_NOTAM4.pdf No model aircraft within the 30NM mile FRZ in Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Flight Restricted Zone A NOTAM has been issued in regards to the Washington DC Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA). In the interest of National Security the FAA has codified special flight rules and flight restrictions for certain aircraft operations in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. The new rules and the NOTAM went into effect on February 17, 2009 and were updated December 1, 2010. The rules and restrictions remain in effect until further notice. Outdoor model aircraft operations are prohibited within the inner portion of the SFRA known as the Washington Metropolitan Flight Restriction Zone (FRZ). TFRs are subject to change with very short notice Sporting event NOTAM FDC 9/5151 http://tfr.faa.gov/save_pages/detail_9_5151.html Limits the airspace restrictions (3NM to 3,000 feet) to Major League Baseball, NFL, NCAA Division IA stadiums, and major speedways (NASCAR) seating more than 30,000 people and limits the effective time of the restrictions from one hour before the scheduled start time of the event to one hour after scheduled time. That is all I have seen mentioned through several discussions or forums I have read. It would be nice it there was a regional interface for traveling UAV operators can be aware of the laws so to avoid trouble. If there isn't already a repository for the information, then maybe a wiki can be made?