Master Plan Update
Northern Colorado Regional Airport is nearly finished updating its Master Plan. This Study re-evaluates existing and future aviation demand, and provides a thorough analysis of future facility needs. The Master Plan focuses on the physical development of Airport property and reserving space for forecasted aviation activity. In addition, other factors relating to the Airport and its environs have been evaluated, including surrounding land uses, environmental impacts, and infrastructure. The Master Plan also provides guidance for compatible development within the Airport Influence Area, yielding a community-supported, data-driven, achievable strategy for land use near the Airport.
This Plan considers both existing and projected needs, and incorporates input from the public, Airport Commission, Planning and Development Sub Committee, Airport Management, and Federal Aviation Administration. The Draft Report is now available and can be accessed by visiting the Documents tab above.
The final public open house was held virtually via Zoom on August 6, 2020. Visit the Master Plan Meeting page at flynoco.com/mpu/mp-public-meeting for video of the meeting and see the FAQ for responses to questions received.
The Airport Commission will review the final draft of the Master Plan update at the August 20, 2020 regularly scheduled monthly meeting, as always, is open to the public. After final comments are received the final version for approval will be presented for action by the Airport Commission at the regularly scheduled meeting for September 17, 2020. If the Commission approves of the draft at the September meeting the Master Plan will then go to each City Council for final approval and then submitted to the FAA. The Airport Commission meeting schedules and information are always available on our Governance Page.