The City of Redmond (City) initiated an update to the Airport Master Plan (“Plan”) to assess the facility and service needs of the Redmond Municipal Airport (“the Airport”) throughout the next 20 years. The Plan serves as a roadmap for bringing projects, people, and funding together in a coordinated manner, and provides strategic direction regarding the Airport’s 20-year capital development plan and investment of resources.
The Plan is conducted in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidance, as prescribed by grant assurances and mandated by regulatory standards. Conformance with FAA standards enables the City of Redmond to apply for federal and state funding in order to support the maintenance, expansion, and upgrade of airport facilities as demand warrants and funding is available.
The Plan evaluates the Airport’s needs over a 20-year planning period for airfield, airspace, terminal area, and landside facilities. The goal is to document the orderly development of Airport facilities essential to meeting City needs, in accordance with FAA standards, and in a manner complementary with community interests.
The Plan results in a 20-year development strategy envisioned by the City, reflective of the updated Airport Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and graphically depicted by the Airport Layout Plan (ALP) drawings. The approved Plan allows the City to satisfy FAA assurances, and seek project funding eligible under the respective federal and state airport aid program.
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A RDM Airport Activity Permit is required for anyone or any organization to 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 another form of revenue-producing activity on the Airport without first obtaining a written lease, permit, or another 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 [email protected]
Airport Business Policies
Airport 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 by email at [email protected]
Market Rent Study
To view a PDF copy of the current Market Rent Study, click the image below or click HERE
The FAA requires airports to periodically appraise the 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 28, 2019 meeting, accepted the Cushman & Wakefield of Portland appraisal for the airside property at Roberts Field.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
The Redmond Municipal Airport is establishing a new overall goal for DBE participation for FY2022-2023 in accordance with, 49-CFR, Part 26 to receive FAA Grants for Airport Improvements.
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 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, set annual DBE participation goals for airport projects and concessions, and 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 the federally defined size and revenue standards.
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
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
RDM does not accept any responsibility or liability for delays to its services as a result of circumstances beyond its control including (but not limited to) traffic congestion, road accidents, flight delays, security alerts, and severe weather conditions.
We recognize that the Web is a 24/7 medium and your comments are welcome at any time. However, given the need to manage resources and the moderating of comments on the Airport’s sites, comments will be read and responded to as appropriate during regular business hours. If you have an immediate concern, please contact the Airport at [email protected]