Strategic Business Plan
Project Background and Scope
RMMA, in consultation with an aviation consultant, developed the Strategic Business Plan in order to guide investment and development decisions over the next 20 years. As the region grows, so has interest in development at RMMA. With nearly 200 acres of aeronautical land available, there are many potential opportunities for investment at the airport.
RMMA's investment and development decisions are also guided by the 2011 Airport Master Plan, Rules and Regulations, and Minimum Standards, among other supporting documents. The RMMA Strategic Business Plan provides airport administration with an additional tool to guide development decisions.
Airport stakeholder engagement was an important part of the formation of the Strategic Business Plan. Airport staff and consultants held meetings on May 12th and June 21st, conducted a three-week online survey May 12th, and also engaged with the RMMA Advisory Board and RMMA Community Noise Roundtable.
October 19, 2021 Update - The final Strategic Business Plan has been released. The final version incorporated input from the public and staff as part of the public engagement process. Since the initial draft, changes were made most specifically to the mission, vision, and goals, as well as through the development of Noise and Financial matrices. These matrices will assist staff in evaluating development proposals specific to the likely community and airport fiscal impacts from a proposed use. The final plan also includes a "Disposition of Public Comments" appendix to document emailed public comment and responses.
September 15, 2021 Update - The public comment period closed on September 15. Airport staff are working with the consultant on the preparation of the final plan.
August 31, 2021 Update - RMMA has released an additional appendix to the Strategic Business Plan titled "Aircraft Noise Screening Info." This appendix informs the noise profile criteria in the Development Evaluation Matrix.
August 23, 2021 Update - The Jeffco BCC commits to continuing the public comment period until September 15 while airport staff are scheduled to provide an update to the RMMA Community Noise Roundtable at the Sept. 13 business meeting.
August 18, 2021 Update - RMMA released the initial draft of the Strategic Business Plan on August 3 for review and presented a working draft to the Jeffco Board of County Commissioners on August 10.
July 12, 2021 Update - The RMMA Community Noise Roundtable received a presentation from the Strategic Business Plan consultant about the process and general framework of the plan.
June 29, 2021 Update - The initial results from the RMMA Strategic Business Plan survey are now available. Additional analysis and a summation of all public comment will be included along with the Strategic Business Plan.
June 22, 2021 Update - RMMA hosted a virtual public meeting on June 21. Following a presentation, public comments were received from 19 individuals. Please click here to view a recording of the meeting (password if requested is tBKEPW5m).
May 21, 2021 Update - The Strategic Business Plan survey was launched and was live through June 11th. The results of this survey will help inform the plan by gathering input on the airport’s mission, vision and development priorities among different airport stakeholders.
May 13, 2021 Update - The Strategic Business Plan was introduced at the May 12 Airport Advisory Board meeting. The consultants discussed the upcoming project, including the general scope of work and plans for stakeholder engagement. For further information, see the Strategic Business Plan Kickoff Presentation under Project Documents.
April, 2021 Update - The Airport Advisory Board (AAB) approved the mission, vision, goals and development framework at its March 10 business meeting. A copy of the presentation can be viewed here.
Strategic Business Plan Public Meeting Presentation - Presented June 21, 2021
Strategic Business Plan Kickoff Presentation - Presented May 12, 2021
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