Camarillo and Oxnard Airport Master Plan Update

NOTE: Due to the pause in the master plan process, the comment function of this website has been temporarily disabled.

ABOUT VENTURA COUNTY AIRPORTS

Ventura County owns and operates two public airport facilities: Camarillo Airport (CMA) and Oxnard Airport (OXR). The Camarillo Airport is located approximately three miles west of downtown Camarillo south of U.S. Route 101 and the Oxnard Airport is located one mile west of downtown Oxnard on W. 5th Street.

Ventura County owns and operates two public airport facilities: Camarillo Airport (CMA) and Oxnard Airport (OXR). The Camarillo Airport is located approximately three miles west of downtown Camarillo south of U.S. Route 101 and the Oxnard Airport is located one mile west of downtown Oxnard on W. 5th Street.

ECONOMIC IMPACT

The Ventura County Airports are a vital infrastructure component that supports economic development and quality of life for residents. On an annual basis, Ventura County Airports contribute $282.1 million dollars annually to the economy, support 2,074 jobs, and contribute $13.1 million dollars in state and local taxes that support schools, emergency services, road maintenance, and health services.

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ABOUT THE MASTER PLAN

The Ventura County Department of Airports (DOA) is undertaking an Airport Master Plan study to provide a true vision for how the airports are developed, guidance for future development and justification for projects.

Draft project materials will be made available on this site as they become available. A Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) comprised of various airport stakeholders and representatives from Ventura County and its communities has been established to act in an advisory role to help ensure that a realistic, viable plan is developed.

Some common questions about what a master plan is — and what it isn’t — are addressed in the following graphic.

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MASTER PLAN INITIATION BROCHURE

For more information about the Master Plan, click the image at right for a PDF that goes into more detail, including how you can get involved. (You can download Acrobat Reader for free at https://get.adobe.com/reader/.)