Future Air Service Study Phase III
On June 24th, 2014, the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners reviewed and discussed the findings of the Future Air Service Planning Study Phase II, which outlined potential airfield configurations to accommodate the anticipated larger regional fleet mix. On July 15th, Phase III of the Study, including significant public outreach was approved.Meeting with and hearing from the community about the future of the airport is a key component of Phase III of the Air Service Study now underway.
Public outreach kicked off on Monday, September 22nd when Pitkin County Manager, Jon Peacock began a series of “coffee chats” at the airport. The chats will take place every Monday and Thursday mornings between 9 and 10 a.m. through October 23. Peacock will serve as acting Airport Director until a replacement for outgoing Airport Director, Jim Elwood is found. The informal chats will be held in the airport terminal café and will be an opportunity for the public to not only learn more about future plans for the airport, but to voice comments and concerns
In addition to the twice-weekly coffee chats, there will be two public open houses during Phase III. The first on Thursday, October 30th at the Pitkin County Library over the lunch hour 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. the second will be held on Tuesday, November 11th between 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at the Airport Operations Center on Owl Creek Road. Visual representations of airport runway alternatives will be displayed and consultants and other experts will be on hand to answer questions and gather feedback.
visit : Pitkin County Connect
Download : Project Shedule