Charting Our Future
The City of Heber and the Heber Valley Airport are performing an update to the Airport Master Plan. Named “Flightpath,” our effort to plot out the airport’s future is intentional, collaborative, and necessary to determining our airport’s role in Heber Valley.
Like the City itself, the Heber Valley Airport has evolved over the past two decades. It is now up to us to establish the course that will guide the airport for another twenty years. Directed by the data and the voices of our community, we will develop a plan forward that best supports this beautiful region.
We encourage you to participate in this important process. Please attend one of our open houses, follow us on Facebook or Instagram, and leave us a comment. You can also stay up to date on the Airport Master Plan update process and be notified when new project updates occur or documents are uploaded.
Ensuring Our Future
Master Plan Update Process
Inventory & Forecasting
Airport Layout Plan
About Heber Valley Airport
The Heber Valley Airport has been part of the Valley community since 1947.
Heber City acquired land for an airport in 1946 and in 1947, local residents formed the Heber Valley Flying Service, Inc., on the property, with Russell McDonald as chief flight instructor, head mechanic, and general manager. Most of the company’s customers were World War II veterans learning to fly on the GI Bill.
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The inaugural Flightpath public meeting was held on January 29, 2020, and offered the Heber community the first of many opportunities to learn about the Heber Valley Airport Master Plan update process. Approximately 150 people attended the event. Attendees heard a...
Heber City is updating their Airport Master Plan, as part of that process the city is inviting the community to participate in the plan starting with the public Kickoff meeting Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 pm at Heber Valley Elementary School. Heber City Mayor Kellen...
The first chapter in the Heber Valley Airport’s Master Plan update is available for public review. The draft chapter is still a work in progress but contains information worth reading before the first Flightpath public meeting. Chapter 1 of the Airport Master Plan is...
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