Brenham Municipal Airport Master Plan Update
About Brenham Municipal Airport
Brenham Municipal Airport is a thriving general aviation airport located halfway between Austin and Houston. The airport is a served by a 6,000-foot long runway with instrument approaches to both ends and supports the full array of GA activity, from small single-engine piston aircraft to more sophisticated turboprops and business jets. The airport is a vital economic engine for the City of Brenham, and the Master Plan will serve to identify future aviation needs and chart the course for the airport’s continued success.
What is a Master Plan?
A Master Plan is a proactive document that identifies and then plans for future facility needs to ensure that airport management can coordinate project approvals, design, financing, and construction to avoid experiencing detrimental effects due to inadequate facilities. The ultimate goal of the study is to provide systematic guidelines for the airport’s overall maintenance, development, and operation.
What's Next with the Master Plan?
Draft chapters will be presented to and reviewed by a Airport Master Plan Committee (AMPC) that is comprised of various airport stakeholders, including representatives from the City, airport businesses, tenants, and area economic development interests. Public Information Workshops are also being held during the stage—notices for meetings will be posted on this project website.