Westchester County Executive George Latimer has restarted a community engagement program to hear from the public – residents, homeowners, community organizations, businesses, and environmentalists – on the future of the airport.
The airport has served the public since 1945 and is one of the Lower Hudson Valley’s most important economic engines, as well as a convenient alternative to NYC’s major airports.
The County is upgrading the Airport’s Master Plan to ensure the airport maintains its viability throughout the 21st century, while remaining a good neighbor to surrounding communities. To achieve that balance, the County wants input from residents, homeowners, community organizations, businesses, and environmentalists about the Airport’s future.
Westchester County is studying opportunities to increase the airport’s value to residents and businesses, while addressing the important noise and environmental concerns related to any eventual improvements. It is vital to get community input as the process begins again, following the unprecedented pandemic.
For more information on the Westchester County Airport Master Plan, click here.
Two public hearings are scheduled. The meetings are in person and open to the public.
Tuesday, September 6 at 6:00pm
Chappaqua Performing Arts Center
480 Bedford Road
Chappaqua, NY 10514
Tuesday, September 13 at 7:00pm
Harvest Time Church
1338 King Street
Greenwich, CT 06831