Airport Master Plan

The Oregon Department of Aviation (ODA) in cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is preparing an Airport Master Plan for the Aurora State Airport to address the airport’s needs for the next twenty years.

As required by the FAA, 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 Airport Master Plan will also:

  • 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.
  • Look at what is happening around the airport that could affect the future plans, development and operation of the airport such as land use, transportation, environmental, economic development, etc.

Oregon Department of Aviation

Resources

Public Meeting Information

Due to the ongoing covid pandemic and physical distancing measures the project will hold meetings online, rather than in person. Meeting materials, as well as summaries and recordings will be added to this page.

Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) Meetings

PAC Meeting #1

Due to the interest in the project, we weren't able to hear from everyone; however, all written comments were collected before, during or after the meeting he meeting will be provided to the PAC members and included in the Meeting Summary.

Contact Information

Project related comments and questions will be accepted until the Airport Master Plan Project is complete.

For additional information contact:

Oregon Department of Aviation
Sarah Lucas | Planner
503-373-1688

sarah.lucas@aviation.state.or.us