The planning process for Vernon’s Airport Master Plan includes the collection of information and its analysis which forms the basis of developing various alternative policies that will guide the future of the Airport over the next 20 years. The Planning Process for developing the Master Plan is as follows:
The Initiation and the Study stages are the pre-planning elements of the Master Plan, and they are critical in defining the nature of the Master Plan. During the Initiation stage, Staff and the Staff Advisory Committee developed the proposed project scope, goals and objectives for Council’s consideration. They also identified several issues that the Master Plan should resolve.
The Study stage is the second part of the pre-planning process. The basic intent of the study is preliminary evaluation of the existing airport condition and retrieving and analyzing related documents.