Charting Our Future
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.
Master Plan Update Process
Inventory & Forecasting
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 first draft of the Heber Valley Airport's airport layout plan (ALP) is now available. The next step in the master plan update process, the ALP is a visual representation of what Heber Valley Airport could look like in the next two decades, and shows the potential...
The end is in sight for the years-in-the-making plan to update the Heber Valley Airport. Heber City government and Heber Valley Airport leaders expect to submit a plan to the Federal Aviation Administration by the end of April to move the runway and upgrade...
Join the Heber Valley Airport Flightpath team to review the draft Airport Layout Plan, the visual representation of what our airport could look like in the future. Our subject-matter experts will review the layout plan and solicit feedback from the community. Monday,...
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