The Central Wisconsin Airport completed a Master Plan in 2019 to ensure short, medium, and long-term needs of the airport are met. The key planning areas studied included: Runway intersection, passenger terminal concourse, general aviation facilities, and snow removal equipment storage and maintenance facilities. The planning effort included multiple community outreach meetings, Technical Advisory Committee meetings, and presentations to the Central Wisconsin Joint Airport Board. The end result included an FAA approved Airport Layout Plan.
The Master Plan documents, Airport Layout Plan, and FAA approvals can be viewed in the links below.
CWA Master Plan
Chapter 1: Inventory
The purpose of this chapter is to identify relevant Airport information and establish a baseline for facility planning.
Chapter 2: Forecasts
Projections of future Airport activity included in this chapter will be used to determine current and future Airport needs.
Chapter 3: Facility Requirements
This chapter reviews facility needs at the Airport based on current facility conditions, and projects future activity and the Airport's roll in the local, regional, and national economies and airport systems.
Chapter 4: Alternatives
This chapter presents feasible alternatives for meeting needs documented in the previous chapters.
Chapter 5: Environmental Overview
This chapter presents an overview of environmentally sensitive features on and surrounding the Airport, to identify potential environmental effects resulting from the proposed 20-year development plan.
Chapter 6: Implementation Plan
This chapter identifies issues relevant to funding and implementation of the conceptual development plan presented in Chapter 4 of this Master Plan.
Airport Layout Plan
The approved Airport Layout Plan has been divided into four separate documents due to large file sizes.