Master Plan Overview
The Casper/Natrona County International Airport (CRP) Master Plan Update was kicked-off in September 2013 and will consist of an 18 month long process. The project will help map out the future of the Airport over the course of the next 20 years.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), "An airport master plan is a comprehensive study of an airport and usually describes the short-, medium-, and long-term development plans to meet future aviation demand."
The study will provide analysis and a recommended course of action, detailing ways the Airport can continue to meet future aviation transportation needs while also providing opportunities for increased economic stimulus to the region. Equally important, the Master Plan Update will attempt to balance these objectives with the concerns of adjacent land users to promote compatibility.
A collaborative approach will be used, incorporating broad public participation in the study process. During the study period, an informational workshop will be held to allow the general public to comment on study findings, ask questions, and provide input. Comments received will be addressed and help shape the final recommendations.
Please continue to check this page to get updates on the project’s status, upcoming meetings, and the most recent draft documents.