Master Plan (CAMP) Components

On August 30, 2013, the City determined it would undertake a Comprehensive Airport Master Plan (CAMP) that would include an extensive public outreach and involvement program. The primary intent of the CAMP would be to establish community and stakeholder consensus on a mission and vision for the Airport that would guide the City's future operational and financial decision.

On December 14, 2014, the City Council determined to fund the CAMP. Upon completion of the CAMP, the City intends to update its Airport Layout Plans to be reflective of the City's vision for the Airport and in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandates for operational safety and efficiency. The process will take about 9 - 10 months to complete.

CAMP is Organized in 4 Parts as Follows:

1 - Airport Identity & Visioning Plan

  • Data Collection
  • Detained Communications Plan
  • Stakeholder and Public Information Briefing Materials
  • Visioning Meetings and Workshop (SWOT) Analysis)
  • Mission and Vision Statement Summary

2 - Facility Requirements & Alternatives

  • Capacity Analysis and Facility Requirements
  • Alternatives Analysis

3 - Financial Plan

  • Dynamic Analysis Tool
  • Financial Analysis Narrative

4 - Public Planning Workshop

  • Public Work Session
  • Public Planning Session
  • Documentation