As part of the Sacramento International Airport’s 2020 Master Plan update, the Sacramento County Department of Airports is seeking community participation and feedback prior to presenting the Master Plan to the County Board of Supervisors.
An airport master plan is updated approximately every ten years, or when there is a large-scale shift proposed to airside or landside facilities. An airport master plan outlines the short- (0-5 years), medium- (6-10 years) and long-term (up to 20 years) development plans to meet projected future aviation demand for the airport.
The 2020 Master Plan Update is a continuation of the efforts started by the Airport in 2016 and represents the first update since the 2007 Master Plan Update.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department is unable to host an in-person public meeting as it has done in the past. However, in an effort to maintain open lines of communication and demonstrate the Department’s commitment to planning with stakeholders and its community, the Department will provide a virtual Master Plan presentation and opportunity for the community to provide feedback.
A PowerPoint presentation will be uploaded to the project’s webpage on May 22, 2020. The presentation will be in both video and PDF format for the public to review at their leisure. The public is invited to provide comments on the update by submitting any feedback to
“We want the community to be a part of the success and evolution of our Airports,” says Director of Airports Cindy Nichol. “Though we cannot host an in-person community meeting as we have in the past, the virtual option gives our customers and neighbors an opportunity to provide feedback.”