Public invited to review Paine Field Airport Master Plan draft

EVERETT, Wash., June 1, 2022 – Airport planners have completed draft concepts and alternatives for the Paine Field Airport Master Plan. Snohomish County invites the public to visit our online open house from June 1 to 30, to get an update on what the team has been working on, to learn more about the master plan, and leave comments or questions.

The public is also invited to share their thoughts with airport planners at a webinar on Thursday, June 16 from 6 to 7 p.m. The webinar will provide attendees a chance to learn more about the Master Plan updates and ask questions directly of the project team. Register and learn more about the draft plan at PaineFieldMasterPlan.com.

Planners and engineers developed these concepts and alternatives based on public feedback in late 2021 and early 2022.

Webinar attendees and visitors to the online open house will see draft drawings of improved airfield taxiways, see land use updates, and hear more about the planning process.

“Snohomish County residents are passionate about activity in their communities, and this includes their local airport. We’ve worked hard to include them in the planning process and encourage them to get involved,” said Terry Ryan, Snohomish County Aerospace Economic Development Director. 

Community members can visit the online open house at PaineFieldMasterPlan.com. Through the online open house, community members can learn more about the master plan process, get an update on the proposed alternatives, leave comments, sign up for project emails, and follow Paine Field Airport on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

About Paine Field

Paine Field is a unique airport, driving the economy of the region, having the newest commercial airport terminal in Washington state, and serving as home to over 550 aircraft, including small, single engine recreational aircraft, corporate jets, vintage warbirds, and brand-new Boeing aircraft. Paine Field’s privately-owned commercial air terminal services a dozen western destinations. Located about 30 miles north of downtown Seattle, the airport offers high quality aviation facilities, including an FAA tower, Cat 1 ILS, Part 139 certification, FBO services and good access to Seattle, Bellevue, and Redmond.

The airport’s economic impact is estimated at over 158,000 jobs (over 46,000 direct) and an output of almost $60 billion annually.

One thought on “Public invited to review Paine Field Airport Master Plan draft

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.