Airport Development & Air Service Enhancement

Airport Development &  Air Service Enhancement

Aggressive outreach activity led by the Airport Executive Director and the City Manager, also serving as Airport Commission Chair, led to numerous opportunities which continue to evolve. City Council voted to reduce the personal property tax rate for aircraft from $2.10 per $100 of assessed value to 50 cents per $100 of valuation, seeking to attract more business investment at the Airport. The Regional Air Service Enhancement (RAISE) Committee continued with its sustained efforts and local financial commitments in support of the Peninsula Airport Commission to attract, retain and grow desirable air service.