Airport Master Plan
To view the current Airport Master Plan (adopted in 2010), click here.
NAMPA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT MASTER PLAN
The Nampa Municipal Airport Master Plan is a comprehensive study of the airport that describes short- (0 to 5 year), medium- (6 to 10 year), and long- (11 to 20 year) term development plans necessary to meet current and future aviation demand.
As a plan and guideline for the community, an airport master plan is regularly revisited with support from the FAA, State and local entities. The last airport planning effort was completed in 2010 and can be found on the link above. This document was the plan and guidance presented to the community nearly a decade ago, using then-current best information. The 2010 planning document remains available for reference but will not influence future planning.
A new Airport Master Plan project is currently underway. This is a completely new plan that takes a fresh look at airport infrastructure, business and recreational users, current FAA safety standards and current land use guidelines. This new plan values community input through the public involvement process. The goal of any community planning effort is to match the planned facility with the needs of the community it serves; this study is no different.
The elements of the Master Planning process vary in level of detail and complexity depending upon the size, function, and concerns of each airport. Compared to other Idaho general aviation airports, the Nampa Municipal Airport Master Plan will be a relatively complex study, incorporating significant survey, planning, and public outreach efforts. The Nampa Municipal Airport Master Plan will present a way forward for the airport by providing a framework to meet aviation demand that is accountable for the potential environmental and socioeconomic impacts of the airport on the community.
Invitation to participate in updated airport master plan
Over the next year, the City of Nampa will be updating its long-range master plan for the Nampa Municipal Airport. Nampa’s current airport master plan was developed in 2010. Growth and development in the area have resulted in increasing aviation demands. The new master plan will address aviation safety, capacity and the compatibility of land uses around the airport. The completed plan will provide a roadmap for both short-and long-term development.
Public involvement is critical to ensure the Nampa Municipal Airport Master Plan meets the needs of community members, while also addressing any concerns that may arise. The earlier the public provides feedback, the easier it is to incorporate into the planning process.
The best way to get involved is to attend one of our many public meetings scheduled over the course of the next year. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with project representatives, review the details of the study, and share your thoughts. The meeting schedule is listed below:
October 16, 2018
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. | Warhawk Air Museum | 201 Municipal Dr., Nampa, ID 83687
Kick-Off Meeting, “What is the purpose of the study? And what is the value the airport provides the Nampa community?”
Read here: Summary Meeting 1.
January 17, 2019
Completion of Inventory of Existing Conditions and Forecasts of Aeronautical Demands
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (identical presentations at 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.)
Warhawk Air Museum | 201 Municipal Dr., Nampa, ID 83687
The meeting included an opportunity to review and give feedback on:
Existing conditions: Who uses the airport today and what facilities are available?
Forecasts: How many and what types of aircraft are expected to use the airport in the future? What are the future needs?
Watch media report from Jan. 17, 2019 meeting here.
April 9, 2019 - At the meeting the community will be able to:
• Discuss the airport hangar alternatives.
• Learn next steps in the master planning process.
• Provide feedback and ask questions.
Click here to view postcard mailer.
May 2019 – Airport Land Use
August 2019 – Presentation of Draft Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan (ALP)
December 2019 – Presentation of Final Documents to City Council
If you have questions, feedback or concerns, please feel free to contact Clair Bowman on his cell phone at (208) 484-4414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.