Airport Rules and Regulations
In the interest of safety and security, please familiarize yourself with these commonly overlooked Airport Rules and Regulations.
- Aircraft operators shall obey all pavement marking, signage, and lighted signals at all times.
- Parking & starting aircraft must be done in such a manner that it does not cause the propeller slipstream or jet blast to result in injury or property damage.
- Aircraft are prohibited from being taxied in or out of a structure or hangar.
- Aircraft must be parked in designated areas and positioned in a manner that does not block taxilanes, prevent access to hangars, parked aircraft, or vehicles.
- Run-up of propeller, turboprop, or jet engines must be performed in designated run-up areas only. Click here for a diagram of approved run-up areas on the airport.
- Helicopters are prohibited from being operated within fifty (50) feet of a building or structure.
- Derelict of damaged aircraft in obvious need of major repair are prohibited from being parked on the airport.
- Abandoned aircraft are prohibited from being parked anywhere on the airport and may be removed at any time at the owners sole expense and risk.
- Aircraft maintenance is permitted only in areas approved and designated by the Airport Authority.
- Cleaning of aircraft shall be performed only in the areas and in the manner prescribed by the Authority and in compliance with the Storm Water Management Plan. Contact the Airport Authority for more information.
- All vehicles on Airport Property shall meet the minimum State of Colorado Motor Vehicle Laws and operator rules according to Airport Rules & Regulations. (Click here for a link to our Vehicle Registration Program For Based Aircraft Owners)
- Vehicles must use the designated painted vehicle lanes on the ramp where available.
- All aircraft have the right of way at all times and in all locations. All vehicles must obey the posted speed limit of twenty (20) MPH and give way to all aircraft.
- Motorhomes, mini-bikes, go-carts, roller blading, skate boarding, and bicycles are prohibited on the Airport ramp.
- Abandoning vehicles, storing, parking vehicles for more than 24 hours or displaying for-sale signs on vehicles on Airport Property is prohibited.
- Any vehicle or person found in violation of Airport Rules & Regulations are subject to being ticketed, towed, and/or having their ramp access privileges revoked.
For any questions or additional explanations, please contact the Airport Authority during normal business hours.
For a full list of airport rules and regulations, please click of the following link: Airport Rules and Regulations
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