The City of San Diego owns and operates the Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF) as a General Aviation (GA) airport located within the Kearny Mesa community north of AeroDrive, east of SR-163, south of Balboa Avenue, and west if Ruffin Road (Attachment 1, project Location). Airport planning occurs at the national, state, regional, and local level; and in 2017, the City began developing an Airport Master Plan (Project) to determine the extent, type, and schedule of development needed. An Airport Master Plan represents the community and airport's vision for a 20-year strategic development plan based on the forecast of activity. It is used as a decision-making tool and is intended to complement other local and regional plans. The Airport Master plan consists of a report documenting existing conditions of the airport, a forecast of activity, facility requirements (the airports needs based on the forecast and compliance with federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Design Standards for airport), development and evaluation of alternatives to meet those needs, and a funding plan for that.
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