|Current Projects||Members||Meeting Schedule, Agendas & Minutes|
The Airport Authority Board was established to operate as an advisory board to the City Council. It is responsible for ensuring that the airport is operated in a safe, efficient manner in order to protect the users and residents of the City of Hurricane.
Refer to Hurricane City Code § 2-1-1 for complete information about the Airport Board.
The Airport Authority Board is currently working on the Airport General Plan being developed by Armstrong and Associates. For more information please visit the City Airport page. They are also looking at projects to improve the runway and drainage conditions.
The board shall consist of at least three, but not more than seven, voting members. The board includes two (2) ex officio members, the airport manager and a member of the City Council responsible for the airport, who shall not be entitled to vote but who shall make recommendations for board membership to the Mayor. Recommended board members are appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council. Board members are appointed to the board for a term of five years.
|John Bramall, Mayor||City Council Member|
Airport Board meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9:00 AM in the City Council Chambers, 147 North 870 West. The public is invited to attend these meetings. Meeting agendas and minutes below are in PDF format. In order to view these files you must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. Click here to get Adobe Reader.
|2017 Meeting Date||Agenda||Minutes|
|January 17||Download||To Be Approved|
|February 21||No Meeting|
|March 21||No Meeting|
|April 18||Download||To Be Approved|
Meeting agendas and minutes are posted on the website for one year. Go to the Agenda Archive page for previous documents.
Audio recordings of each meeting are available for up to one year by request only. A fee is charged for CD's of audio recordings. For agendas and minutes not posted on the website, or for copies of meeting recordings contact the City Recorder.