The City of Albany is preparing an updated Airport Master Plan for Albany Municipal Airport (S12) in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to address the airport’s needs for the next twenty years. The Airport Master Plan will provide specific guidance in making the improvements necessary to maintain a safe and efficient airport that is economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable. The purpose of the Airport Master Plan is to define the current, short-term and long-term needs of the Airport through a comprehensive evaluation of facilities, conditions and FAA airport planning and design standards. The study will also address elements of local planning (land use, transportation, environmental, economic development, etc.) that have the potential of affecting the planning, development and operation of the airport.
Airport User Survey
The attached airport survey is intended to provide our consultant with information on the current and future use of the airport. We would encourage all airport users at Albany Municipal Airport to complete a survey and return it to Century West by March 1st.
Planning Advisory Committee Meetings
Draft chapters will be posted as they are developed throughout the project.
- Chapter 2 – Inventory of Existing Conditions
- Chapter 3 – Aviation Activity Forecasts
- Chapter 4 – Airport Facility Requirements
- Chapter 5 – Airport Development Alternatives
For more information, contact Century West Engineering at:
421 North Pearl Street #206, Ellensburg, WA 98926
509.933.2477 Ι 509.624.0355 (Fax)
Or by email at cweichbrodt@CenturyWest.com