Valkaria Airport Master Plan Information

  • An airport master plan (AMP) is comprised of a comprehensive overview of an airport, an inventory of its facilities and services, forecasts of future activity, future facility requirements to meet air traffic demand, alternative plans to meet future demands, and environmental issues associated with each development alternative.
  • An airport master plan represents the airport “owner’s” needs, desires, and vision for “development” of an airport. Development sometimes means major physical expansion, but it also often means safety improvements and modernization of existing facilities.
  • AMPs are used by the airport owner to guide “the future” of the airport. The “future” might entail growth in size, facilities, and capacity; or it might entail qualitative improvements in the airport and it’s surroundings.
  • AMPs document an airport’s present situation, gather data and forecast future demands on the airport, estimate future facility needs, recommend alternative ways to meet future needs, and present viable financial and chronological ways to meet arising needs. Each of the alternatives is accompanied by a discussion of environmental impacts of that alternative.

Available Documents

The following documents are available to the public via Public Records Request. If you need the document(s) in an alternate format for accessibility purposes (e.g. Braille, large print, audio, etc.) or in Section 508 compliant format please note that in the request. Note: this may take additional time.

Master Plan

  • X59 Master Plan Executive Summary
  • Valkaria Airport Draft Master Plan

Master Plan Update Public Meeting #1 February 25, 2015

  • Presentation #1 2-25-15
  • Sign-In Sheet 2-25-15
  • Meeting Minutes 2-25-15

Master Plan Update Public Meeting #2 March 26, 2015

  • Sign-In Sheet 3-26-15
  • Presentation #2 3-26-15
  • Meeting Minutes 3-26-15

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