WSDOT Aviation grant recipients 2014
View WSDOT Aviation grant recipients from 2013-2015.
Airport Aid Grant Awards (2013-2015 Biennium)
2014 - WSDOT awards $1.7 million in state funds to 25 airports during second round of 2013-2015 grants
OLYMPIA - Twenty-five Washington airports will receive $1,752,762.53 in state funds during the second round of Airport Aid Program grants for the 2013-2015 biennium. These funds will cover 31 airport projects across the state in the areas of pavement, safety, and planning.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Aviation also used $406,881.46 in state funds to leverage nearly $8 million in federal grants for Washington airports.
- Federal - $7,939,052.06
- State - $1,752,762.53
- Local - $1,154,174.28
- Total - $10,845,988.99
Forty-one percent ($4.4 million) of the $10.8 million in federal, state and local aid investment dollars is slated for projects that improve airport safety. Pavement projects account for another 41 percent ($4.4 million) of the combined grant dollars. Planning and maintenance projects account for the remaining 18 percent ($1.9 million).
- 19 pavement - $1,136,631.72
- 9 safety - $533,414.40
- 3 planning - $82,716.41
Exact grant amounts are subject to change according to final project bid totals and construction quantities.
Thirty airports applied for more than $2.5 million in grants for this round. WSDOT's grant program is funded through an 11-cent-per gallon fee on aviation fuel, along with aircraft registration fees.
WSDOT anticipates soliciting applications for the first round of 2015-2017 biennium grants in March and April 2015. Award notifications for that round of grants is targeted for the week of July 6, 2015.
2014 Airport Grants by airport
|Project Description||State $||Federal $|
|Anacortes||Port of Anacortes||Anacortes||Pavement Maintenance - Runway, Taxiway, and Aprons
|City of Arlington||Arlington||Mound Area Taxilane Reconstruction
|Auburn Municipal||City of Auburn||Auburn||Pavement Maintenance - Runway, Taxiway, and Aprons
|Skagit Regional||Port of Skagit||Burlington||Runway 11 Safety Area Grading
|Sand Canyon||City of Chewelah||Chewelah||Pavement Maintenance - Runway 17/35
|Port of Whitman Business Air Center
|Port of Whitman County||Colfax||Runway Reconstruction - Design Engineering
|Colville Municipal||City of Colville||Colville||Pavement Maintenance - Runway, Taxiway, and Aprons
|Deer Park Municipal||City of Deer Park||Deer Park||Pavement Maintenance - Runway 4/22, Taxiways A-B-C-D, Taxi Lanes, and Run-Up Areas / Replace Runway 16 Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) / Replace Runway Sign Panels / Drainage Improvements
|Desert Aire||Grant County Airport District No. 1
|Mattawa||Runway 10/28 Reconstruction and Widening
|Orcas Island||Port of Orcas||Eastsound||Runway and Taxiway Reconstruction and Taxiway Shift / Runway 34 Approach Obstruction Clearing - Design, Environmental, and Permitting
|Friday Harbor||Port of Friday Harbor||Friday Harbor||Object Free Area (OFA) Grading for Drainage Improvements / Electrical Upgrades / Tie-Down Relocation / Runway and Taxiway Markings / AGIS Survey
|Ione Municipal||Town of Ione||Ione||Runway 33 Turnaround - Design and Bidding
|Lind Municipal||Town of Lind||Lind||Construct New Airfield Lighting System
|Moses Lake Municipal||City of Moses Lake||Moses Lake||Pavement Rehabilitation - Runway 16/34
|Ocean Shores Municipal||City of Ocean Shores||Ocean Shores||Rotating Beacon Replacement / Emergency Backup Generator / Pavement Rehabilitation and Maintenance - Design
|Dorothy Scott Municipal||City of Oroville||Oroville||Pavement Maintenance - Runway 15/33 / Runway Safety Area Grading
|Jefferson County International||Port of Port Townsend||Port Townsend||AWOS III-P Acquisition and Installation
|Pullman-Moscow Regional||City of Pullman||Pullman||Terminal Ramp Rehabilitation / Snow Removal Equipment (SRE) Acquisition / Construct SRE Building
|Quincy Municipal||Port of Quincy||Quincy||Pavement Maintenance - Runway, Taxiway, and Aprons / Runway 27 Threshold Relocation
|Pru Field||City of Ritzville||Ritzville||Pavement Rehabilitation - Design
|Rosalia Municipal||Town of Rosalia||Rosalia||Pavement Maintenance - Runway, Taxiway, and Apron
|Harvey Field||Harvey Field||Snohomish||Tree Obstruction Removal - North and South Runway Approaches / Master Plan Update - Phase I / Wildlife Hazard Assessment - Phase I
|Willard Field||City of Tekoa||Tekoa||Pavement Maintenance - Crack Sealing
|Twisp Municipal||Town of Twisp||Twisp||Pavement Maintenance - Crack Sealing
|Wilbur Municipal||Town of Wilbur||Wilbur||Master Plan Update - Phase I
|Total Grant Funding||1,752,762.53||7,939,052.06|
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