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AIRPORT PUBLICATIONS AND POLICIES

The Redmond Airport held a second public open house at the Redmond City Hall Conference Room on March 14, 2018, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., to discuss the ongoing Airport Master Plan updates.

The Master Plan Open House adressed proposed airport development over the next 20 years. Airport staff and planning consultants were available to discuss aviation forecasts, needed airport facilities, and ideas for improvements that will help the Airport serve Central Oregon for years to come.

The meeting was held using an “open house” format, with members of the airport staff and its consultant team available to discuss the information presented. 

 

View The RDM Master Plan Open House #2 Flyer

 

Visit the links below for more information.

 

Updated Master Plan information

File Name

Type

Size

Ch 1.Airport Inventory

PDF File

1,637 KB

Ch 2.Aviation Activity Forecasts 

PDF File

5,168 KB

Ch 3.Facility Requirements

PDF File

2,265 KB

Ch 4.Airport Alternatives 

PDF File

1,066 KB

 

Proposed Airport Master Plan 2017

File Name

Type

Size

What Is a Master Plan?

PDF File

796 KB

RDM MP Introduction

PDF File

785 KB

RDM MP Ch1 Inventory

PDF File

7,897 KB

RDM MP Ch2 Aviation Activity Forecasts

PDF File

5,140 KB

RDM MP Ch3 Facility Requirements

PDF File

7,469 KB

RDM Master Plan Open House #2 Flyer

 PDF File

 27 KB

 

Airport Master Plan 2005

To view a PDF copy of the Previous (2005) Airport Master Plan, click HERE.

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Airport Tarmac Delay Plan

tarmac delay plan
To view a PDF copy of the Airport Tarmac Delay Plan, click the image above or 

Download RDM Tarmac Delay Plan 2017

 

 

 

 

ACTIVITY PERMITS

Activity Permits are REQUIRED for all Individuals, Groups, Organizations and Businesses wishing to do business, host events, or provide services in the Main Airport Terminal and on Airport Property.

City of Redmond Airport Rules and Regulations: 3.4 Commercial Activity states the following:

"No person or entity shall occupy or rent space, nor conduct any business, commercial activity or enterprise, or other form of revenue producing activity on the Airport without first obtaining a written lease, permit or other form of written agreement and authorization from the Airport Director, unless specifically acknowledged and waived by the Airport Director. Commercial aeronautical activities are governed by the Airport Minimum Standards."

For more information, please contact the Redmond Airport Administration office at (541) 504 3499

Download Activity Permit Application

 

AIRPORT BUSINESS POLICIES
 
Below are three Aviation Airport Policies. These policies are updated from time to time. To view a PDF copy of the policy, please click the link below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Airport directly at 541-504-3499.

1. Minimum Standards
2. Rules & Regulations
3. Leasing Policy
4. Lease Policy Exhibit

Updated: 06/29/16
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Airside Appraisal Report                     


Airport Appraisal Report March 2009 PDF

The FAA requires airports to periodically appraise property to review property valuations. Roberts Field's airside leases provide the opportunity to raise land costs based on these appraisals. The Redmond City Council, in the regularly scheduled May 12, 2009 meeting, accepted the Cushman & Wakefield of Portland appraisal for airside property at Roberts Field.

To view a PDF copy of the final Airside Appraisal Report, click the image above or click HERE.

 

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE)

Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) has an established Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program for businesses that are certified as socially or economically disadvantaged in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations, 49 CFR Part 26. RDM receives Federal financial assistance from the USDOT through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) primarily for airport construction projects. As a condition of than financial assistance, RDM will ensure that DBE-certified businesses have an equal opportunity to compete for and to enter into contracts with the City of Redmond.

This grant assurance requires RDM to establish DBE plans, to set annual DBE participation goals for airport projects and concessions, and to submit annual achievement reports to the FAA detailing actual DBE participation. Most certified DBEs are minority and women-owned businesses, and all DBEs must not exceed federally defined size and revenue standards.

Click Here for FY18-FY20 DBE Opportunities

 

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Goal

RDM DBE participation goal is available for review and comment. The goal reflects planned contracting at RDM that will receive partial Federal funding. We invite you to submit written comments regarding, but not limited to:

  • DBE availability
  • Effects of discrimination on DBE opportunities
  • RDM efforts to solicit DBE participation 

 

Click Here for FY16-FY18 DBE Goal

 

Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (ACDBE)

RDM has established an Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program in accordance with U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) regulations, 49 CFR Part 23. RDM is a non-hub airport and has received Federal financial assistance authorized for airport development after January 1988 (authorized under Title 49 of the United States Code). RDM has signed airport grant assurances that will comply with 49 CFR Part 23.

 

Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) Goal

RDM ACDBE participation goal is available for review and comment. The goal reflects planned-contracting at RDM that will receive partial Federal funding. We invite you to submit written comments regarding, but not limited to:

  • ACDBE availability
  • Effects of discrimination on ACDBE opportunities
  • RDM efforts to solicit DBE participation

 

Click Here for FY17-FY19 ACDBE Program and Goals

 

Who to Contact if You're Impacted by Aircraft Noise at RDM

Airports are responsible for their noise impact on the communities they occupy. These noise impacts include noise from arrivals and departures, as well as noise from aircraft in a flight path within the immediate vicinity of the airport. If you would like to file a complaint or report, please call our Noise Complaint Hotline (503) 460-4100 and/or send a detailed E-mail to rdm@flyrdm.com

Please Include:

Your Name and Phone Number

Your Address (if you are willing to provide, if not then the general area you are reporting from)

Date & time of the event

Type of event (noise, low flight, safety, etc.)

General description of aircraft (single engine, multi-engine, prop, jet, high wing/lowing, etc.)

Description of the event --The more information you provide, the greater the chance for the Airport to adequately address your concerns.

Low flying aircraft is a safety concern and should be addressed by the appropriate regional FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO). Federal Aviation Regulations state the minimum altitude requirements for aircraft.

For more information visit:

NoiseQuest or FAA Noise and Emission Information Website

Flight Standards District Offices (FSDO) Oregon

3180 NE Century Blvd
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124

Phone: (503) 615-3200 or (800) 847-3806 Fax: (503) 615-3300 


Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Pacific Time Monday - Friday 

(800) 992-7433
 
 
Market Rent Study

To view a PDF copy of the Market Rent Study, click HERE.
   

 

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