WSDOT Aviation grant recipients 2011

View WSDOT Aviation grant recipients from 2011-2013.

Airport Aid Grant Awards (2011-2013 Biennium)

2011 - WSDOT awards $941,024 in first round of 2011-2013 Airport Aid Grants

ARLINGTON - Twenty-five Washington airports are slated to receive $941,023.85 in the first round of state Airport Aid program grants for the 2011-2013 biennium. These funds will cover 30 airport projects across the state in the areas of pavement, safety, planning and security.

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Aviation also used about $270,818 in state funds to leverage more than $10.4 million in federal grants for Washington airports.

Funding breakdown

  • Federal - $10,406,677
  • State - $941,024
  • Local - $603,294
  • Other Sources - $1,950
  • Total - $11,952,945

WSDOT places a priority on maintaining strong airport pavements to preserve facilities and improve safety. Sixty-one percent of these first round grant projects are focused on pavement.

Projects awarded

  • 16 pavement - $575,604
  • 7 safety - $227,415
  • 4 planning - $99,705
  • 2 security - $7,500
  • 1 other - $30,800

Exact grant amounts are subject to change according to final project bid totals.

WSDOT's grant program is funded through an 11-cent-per gallon fee on aviation fuel, along with aircraft registration fees.

2011 Airport Grants by airport

Airport Sponsor Associated City/ County Served Project Description State $ Federal $
Skagit Regional Port of Skagit Burlington / Skagit Runway 10/28 Crown Conversion and Slope Correction - Design Engineering

 

7,894.75

 

300,000.00
Colville Municipal

 

City of Colville Colville / Stevens Pavement Maintenance: Crack Sealing and Runway Markings

 

11,976.00

 

 

Darrington Municipal Town of Darrington Darrington / Snohomish Runway Protection Zone (RPZ) Property Acquisition and Obstruction Removal (Building)

 

64,146.87

 

 
Deer Park Municipal City of Deer Park

 

Deer Park / Spokane

 

Runway 16/34 Medium Intensity Runway Lighting (MIRL) Replacement - Airfield Electrical Improvements and General Aviation Ramp Reconstruction (Phase I) Fuel Area Relocation

 

60,132.13

 

2,285,020.95
Orcas Island

 

Port of Orcas Eastsound / San Juan Apron Rehabilitation, Runway and Taxiway Improvements Design Engineering, and Security Camera

 

17,213.93

 

540,129.23
Swanson Field

 

Town of Eatonville Eatonville / Pierce Lynch Creek Tree Obstruction Removal 31,500.00

 

 

Ephrata Municipal Port of Ephrata (Grant County Port District No. 9) Ephrata / Grant Runway 11/29 Fog Seal & Markings and Rotating Beacon Replacement

 

3,042.00

 

115,608.00
Friday Harbor Port of Friday Harbor

 

Friday Harbor / San Juan

 

Generator, Electrical Vault, Lighting & Signage, and Gate Improvements; Taxiway €˜A€™ Rehabilitation Design engineering; Drainage Improvements; Obstruction (Trees) Survey/Design and Removal Analysis, and Environmental Assessment (EA)

 

33,131.50

 

1,258,967.00
Southwest Washington Regional

 

City of Kelso Kelso / Cowlitz Runway 12/30 Stopway: Preliminary Engineering & Environmental

 

122,840.00

 

 

Vista Field

 

Port of Kennewick Kennewick / Benton Taxiway & Apron Pavement Maintenance: Crack Seal, Seal Coat, and Re-paint Markings

 

140,500.00

 

 

Lind Municipal Town of Lind Lind / Adams Apron Pavement Maintenance: Crack Seal 2,518.55

 

 

Moses Lake Municipal City of Moses Lake Moses Lake / Grant

 

Security Camera

 

4,500.00

 

 

 
Othello Municipal

 

Port of Othello

 

Othello / Adams Additional Land Acquisition and Owner Relocation Costs, Runway Crack Seal and Seal Coat, and Phase I Runway 7/25 Relocation and Extension (earthwork and irrigation relocation)

 

43,233.18

 

1,642,861.00
Pullman-Moscow Regional City of Pullman Pullman / Whitman Runway 5/23 Rehabilition

 

51,577.30

 

1,959,937.40
Willipa Harbor

 

Port of Willapa Harbor

 

Raymond / Pacific USDA Wildlife Assessment

 

12,397.50

 

 
Richland

 

Port of Benton Richland / Benton Taxiway 'B' and Circle Area Hangar Taxilanes Relocation - Design Engineering

 

2,500.00

 

94,995.00

 

Rosalia Town of Rosalia Rosalia / Whitman Aircraft Tie-Down Apron Reconstruction

 

6,021.47

 

235,484.82
Sekiu Port of Port Angeles Sekiu / Clallam Airport Layout Plan and Narrative Report

 

44,739.00

 

 

Foss Waterway Seaplane Base (Proposed) Foss Waterway Development Authority

 

Tacoma / Pierce Planning and Environmental Investigation for Proposed Foss Waterway Seaplane Base

 

30,000.00

 

 
Tacoma Narrows Pierce County

 

Tacoma / Pierce Runway 17/35 Rehabilitation - Design Engineering

 

6,362.00

 

241,761.00

 

Willard Field City of Tekoa

 

Tekoa / Whitman

 

Airport Development Plan and Access Road Improvements

 

53,299.80

 

 

Ed Carlson Memorial - South Lewis County

 

Lewis County

 

Toledo / Lewis

 

Runway 6/24 Pavement Maintenance: Crack Seal, Fog Seal, and Re-Paint Markings and Tree Obstruction Removal

 

5,481.33

 

208,290.49

 

Tonasket Municipal City of Tonasket Tonasket / Okanagon Runway 15/33 & Hangar Taxilane #2 Pavement Maintenance: Crack Seal, Slurry Seal, and Re-Paint Markings

 

142,793.00

 

 

Pearson Field

 

City of Vancouver

 

Vancouver / Clark

 

Airport Master Plan & Layout Plan Update and Runway, Taxiway, and Apron Pavement Maintenance: Crack Sealing

 

8,460.71

 

93,708.00
Pangborn Memorial

 

Ports of Chelan and Douglas Counties

 

East Wenatchee / Douglas Taxiway €˜A€™ Edge Lighting System and Airfield Electrical Improvements 34,762.83

 

1,429,914.45
           
      Total Grant Funding $941,023.85 $10,406,677.34

 

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