BOULDER, Colo. – The City of Boulder is hosting an in-person public open house on Tuesday, April 11 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Brookdale North Boulder located at 3350 30th St, Boulder, CO 80301. This is the first of three public open houses designed to understand the community’s vision for the future of the Boulder Municipal Airport.
The meeting will be an open house format where community are welcome to come and go at any time. At the open house, city staff will introduce the Airport Community Conversation engagement project and share information about the airport’s history, current uses, future opportunities and constraints. Community members will be invited to provide feedback about their concerns or interests about the airport and contribute to the future of the airport’s visioning process.
“The city is committed to engaging with the community about the airport throughout the Community Conversation process.” said Interim Transportation and Mobility Director Natalie Stiffler. “The open houses and upcoming online questionnaires are opportunities for all interested community members to make their voices heard on this topic and contribute to the visioning process. We’re looking forward to positive and productive conversations.”
Learn more about the Airport Community Conversation online. Through the project, the city will develop a deeper understanding of the community’s desired future for the airport. It will provide city leadership with a community-supported scenario for the future of the airport to help guide next steps while being mindful of the city’s long-term commitments to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Boulder Municipal Airport is a general aviation airport, providing business, private and recreational aviation services to the City of Boulder and surrounding communities.