Redmond Airport


August 2022

Redmond Airport expansion ready to take flight


December 2021

The signing of the massive infrastructure bill by President Biden could help speed up the expansion of the Redmond Airport terminal.

Plans to double the size of the terminal that were expected to take 10 to 15 years can now potentially be completed in half that time due to the availability of funds from Biden’s bill, said Zachary Bass, the airport’s director.

The $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill includes billions of dollars to upgrade America’s transportation network, including roads, bridges and airports. Central Oregon, the state’s fastest-growing region in both population and economy, is expected to receive millions of dollars to fund projects.

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Recent Awards for RDM


League of Oregon Cities & CIS Gold Safety Award

City of Redmond/Redmond Municipal Airport

Injury Infrequency Rate of 0.6 in FY 16-17 with 171 Full-Time Employees


Oregon Airport Management Association (OAMA) Airport Manager of the Year 2017

Redmond Municipal Airport Director Zachary Bass


DJC Oregon Top Projects—1st Place Infrastructure 2017

Century West Engineering


American Public Works Association (Oregon Chapter)

Project of the Year 2016

Redmond Municipal Airport Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation

Transportation: $5milllion to less than $25 million


Federal Aviation Administration Certificate of Excellence

RDM Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation

Agency: City of Redmond

Consultant: Century West Engineering

Contractor: Knife River Corporation

In Recognition for outstanding efforts associated with the rehabilitation of runway 5/23 at Roberts Field


Engineering Excellence Honor Award

American Council of Engineering Companies of Oregon

UW/FAA Northwest Mountain Region Airports conference March 21-22, 2017

Presented to City of Redmond/Redmond Municipal Airport


Quality in Construction Award—NAPA

Recognizing Excellence in Asphalt Pavements for 2016

RDM Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation January 18th, 2017

Presented to: The City of Redmond-Roberts Field-Redmond Municipal Airport

Project: Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation

Contractor: Knife River Corporation NW (Bend, OR)


Excellence in Paving Award 2016—1st Place

Asphalt Paving Association of Oregon

Roberts Field/RDM Rehabilitation Project Phase II

Presented to the City of Redmond

For asphalt pavement construction on a special project


Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center

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COIDC's primary mission is to provide dispatch support and coordination for all-risk incidents to participating agencies and cooperators, through mutual aid agreements and memorandums of understanding, within the COIDC dispatch area. With responder and public safety always our highest priority, we effectively support natural resource management and emergency response through situational analysis, prioritization, and efficient operations.


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