Boulder is hosting an open house and corresponding questionnaire about Boulder Municipal Airport on July 18.
The event is designed to create communication about the community’s vision for the future of the general aviation airport as part of the Airport Community Conversation engagement project. The airport currently provides business, private and recreational aviation services to Boulder and surrounding communities.
The city will share an update on the project, provide general airport information and invite feedback on four scenarios for the future of the airport site. The scenarios have been created based on input from previous community engagement activities, such as the Community Working Group, bilingual community meetings and the first open house.
The in-person event is from 4-6 p.m. at Via Mobility Services, 2855 63rd St., Boulder.
Community members can also provide feedback on an online questionnaire available via the city website from July 12 through July 31.
Transportation and Mobility Director Natalie Stiffler said the second open house is for community members to contribute in the next steps of the visioning process.
“We’re thankful to our community for being part of productive and positive conversations over the past few months,” said Stiffler.
The objective of the event is to provide city leadership with community supported scenarios while being aware of the city’s long-term commitment to the Federal Aviation Administration.
To learn more about Boulder Municipal Airport and the project, visit the Airport Community Conversation webpage.