Airport Forms

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Driving Directions PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
SGU Geotech Report Final PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Strategic Plan PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Drone Information PDF - 03-16-2017 ViewDownload
Tarmac Delay Contingency Plan PDF - 04-20-2017 ViewDownload
Lost and Found Report PDF - 01-29-2020 ViewDownload
Rules and Regulations PDF - 01-29-2020 ViewDownload
Minimum Standards for Commercial Aeronautical Activities PDF - 01-29-2020 ViewDownload
Building Development Standards PDF - 01-29-2020 ViewDownload
Tie Down Agreement PDF - 01-29-2020 ViewDownload
Private Hangar Lease Agreement - 2021 PDF - 04-16-2021 ViewDownload
Private Hangar - Permit Checklist - 2021 PDF - 04-16-2021 ViewDownload
FORM - CAR RENTAL CONCESSION AND LEASE AGREEMENT 08.09-21 (1) PDF - 08-12-2021 ViewDownload
Schedule of Fees - Rates - Charges - July 2021 PDF - 10-18-2021 ViewDownload
SASO Agreement 03-18-2021 PDF - 12-14-2021 ViewDownload
Sub-Lease of Private Hangar Agreement - 2022 PDF - 03-18-2022 ViewDownload

Environmental Impact Study

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_Table of Contents PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix A; Principles of Noise Eval PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix B Pages 195-239 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix B; Glossary of Terms Pg 1-16 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix B; Pages 58 -138 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix B; Pages 139-195 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix B; Pages 240-265 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix C; Air Tour Survey PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix D; Airport Redevelopment PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix E; Aviation Forecasts PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix F; Cultural Resources PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix G; Biological Resources PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix H; Air Quality PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix I; Ambient Noise PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix J; Water Rights PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix K; Notice of Intent PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix M; Properties Included PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix N; Natl Park Coord PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix O; Tribal Coordination PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix P; Coor with Corps of Engineers PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix Q; Public Hearings PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix R; Comments and Concerns PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix S; Noise Levels PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix T; Audibility Eval PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix V - Noise Model PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix W; Noise Mitigation PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Appendix; MOA FAA-Zion PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 1; Proposed Project PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 2; History and Background PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 3; Purpose and Need PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 4; Alternatives PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 4; Public Use Airports PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5 Topography PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Affected Environment PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Military Training Routes PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Public Lands 2 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Public Lands 3 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Public Lands PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 5; Site Map PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 6; Environmental Consequences PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 7; Cumulative Impacts PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 8; DOT Land Acts PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Chapter 9; Preparation-distribution PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Comments_Individual Citizens_web112805 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Commments_State Agencies_web112805 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Correspondence - EA1 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Correspondence-Environmental PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Correspondence-National Parks PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Executive Summary PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Exhibit 4, Phase I Env Site Assess PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Exhibit 5 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Final EIS Habitat Map PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Noise Monitoring-Zions Park PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Notice of Avail_050306 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Pages from Correspondence-Environmental PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload
Supplemental Notice of Avail_051606 PDF - 07-07-2016 ViewDownload

Airport Master Plan

Airport Master Plan

Background:

A Master Plan is a long-term oriented planning document that reflects the Airport’s vision for the future and represents the official planning document for both the FAA. The FAA requires a current master plan and airport layout plan in order for an airport to be eligible to receive federal funding. The main objectives of the Master Plan are to:

  • Ensure safe and operationally efficient facilities that meet FAA standards,
  • Develop feasible and flexible alternatives to meet forecast demand, and
  • Define compatible land uses surrounding the airport

This is the first Master Plan developed for the St. George Regional Airport. Master Plans are generally updated every 10 years or when significant changes at the airport occur. The result of the Master Plan is the Airport Layout Plan, which shows existing and proposed facilities within the 20-year planning period. The Airport Layout Plan will be submitted to the FAA for approval.

Schedule:

The Master Plan is normally an 18- to 24-month process.

Public Participation and Public Outreach:

The Steering Committee has been formed and is comprised of representatives from local, state, and federal government agencies, airlines, and private businesses to ensure expertise and input from stakeholders is captured.

Steering Committee Meeting #1 was held on December 11, 2020, in the SGU terminal building conference room. The purpose of the meeting was to introduce the Master Plan and its goals, review existing conditions and forecasts, as well as to gauge stakeholder interests.

  • Steering Committee Meeting #1 Presentation
  • 2021 Dixie Transportation Expo was held virtually on February 9, 2021. The Master Plan project team presented the goals and desired outcomes of the Master Plan to the public.
  • Steering Committee Meeting #2 was held on April 28, 2021, in the SGU terminal building conference room. The purpose of the meeting was to review facility requirements and key issues for alternatives.
    • Steering Committee Meeting #2 Presentation
  • Steering Committee Meeting #3 was held on October 19, 2021, in the SGU terminal building conference room. The purpose of the meeting was to address alternatives and present a preferred development concept.
    • Steering Committee Meeting #3 Presentation
  • June 2021 Community Open House was held on June 10 2021, the master plan project team shared information with members of the community as part of the open house.
  • Dixie Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) – An overview of the master plan was presented to both the advisory and executive committee of the Dixie MPO in the summer of 2021

Master Plan Available Resources:

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Technical Reports
    • Inventory
    • Forecasts
    • Environmental Overview
    • Facility Requirements
    • Alternatives
    • Financial and Implementation Plan – coming soon
    • Airport Layout Plan – coming soon
  • Media Coverage

Questions about the St. George Regional Airport or Master Plan Contact:

Rich Stehmeier - Airport Manager (435) 627-4080, airport@sgcity.com

 

 

 

 

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1 - SGU Introduction_Package PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
2 - SGU Inventory_Package PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
3 - SGU Market and Service Area_Package PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
4 - SGU Forecast_Package PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
5 - SGU Environmental_Package PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
6 - SGU Facility Requirements PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
7 - Passenger Terminal Facility Requirements PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
8 - SGU Airside Alternatives PDF - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
SGU SC Meeting #2 PPTX - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
SGU SC Meeting #1 - Final PPTX - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload
SGU SC Meeting #3 - Presented PPTX - 02-03-2022 ViewDownload

Frequently Asked Questions

Avis: 435-627-2002

Budget: 435-627-2002

Enterprise: 435-673-5647

Hertz: 435-703-3789 

 

Yes. For school tours and private showings, please contact our Airport Administrative Professional, by email at sguadminpro@sgcity.org  or by telephone at 435-627-4081 to make arrangements. Tours will be limited to staff time availability.

Contact your airline directly.

American Airlines: 1-800-433-7300 (for flights to Phoenix and Dallas Fort Worth)

United Airlines: 1-800-864-8331 (for flights to Denver and Los Angeles)

Delta Airlines: 1-800-221-1212 (for flights to Salt Lake City) 

Booking flights online is always an easy option or you can contact the airlines directly to make reservations.

Telephone numbers are listed below: 

American Airlines: 1-800-433-7300 (for flights to Phoenix and Dallas Fort Worth)

United Airlines: 1-800-864-8331 (for flights to Denver and Los Angeles)

Delta Airlines: 1-800-221-1212 (for flights to Salt Lake City) 

Parking can be paid by cash or credit card. The airport accepts Visa and MasterCard only. Cash can be paid at two locations; one inside and one outside of the terminal. Insert your ticket and payment. The kiosk will mark your ticket as paid. KEEP YOUR TICKET to insert into the parking machine as you leave the parking lot.

Store your parking ticket away from direct sunlight to avoid fading which will cause the ticket to become unreadable to our machines. 

Lost baggage should be reported to your airline or go to the SkyWest ticket counter in the Terminal. To report personal items (other than baggage) lost on the airport, contact the Administrative professional at 435-627-4081. 

About one hour prior to the scheduled flight take off time.

Yes. The charge is $7.00 per day and can be paid by cash, check or credit.  

If you plan to stay for longer than 30 days please call 435-627-4080 extension 3 to let our staff know.

Yes, parking rate is $7.00 per day. 

The first 30 minutes are free for your convenience while picking up or dropping off passengers and while loading and unloading baggage

Yes, please call the Airport Administration Office at 435-627-4080. 

Call the Airport Administration Office for a telephone number to Sky West Airlines. 

Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The Airport Terminal is open 7 days a week, 4:00 am to Midnight.

Security and ID requirements change frequently. For more information, click on the following link to the TSA website www.tsa.gov/

St. George, Utah

Yes, local Taxi's, UBER and LYFT are available at the airport.  For flights later in the evening, you may need to make arrangements for these in advance, click the following link to find available services https://greaterzion.com/lodging-in-greater-zion/.

Wi-Fi at this location provided by AWI Networks, a local internet service provider.

International flights require a negative Covid test. For more information about what is required for your flight please visit the website of your air carrier. 

For local testing centers please visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/utah-covid-19-testing-locations/

SGU By the Numbers

  • 9,300 ft. (1.8 miles) runway expandable to 11,500 ft.
  • Built on 1,203 acres.
  • Two 50 ft. wide parallel taxiways (one partial and one full length)
  • Meets all FAA safety requirements
  • Will accommodate regional jet aircraft, Boeing 737s, Airbus 319s and larger Commercial Aircraft
  • Access provided from the I-15 Interchange exit # 2 and Southern Parkway exit # 7
  • Over 80 acres available for General Aviation operations and Future Fixed Base Operators
  • Full ILS instrumentation and navigational aids
  • Completely expandable to allow the City to meet future needs of the community and area
  • Thousands of adjacent developable acreage to accommodate economic development activities
  • Opportunities for multiple direct flight destinations and airlines
  • Modern 35,000 sq. ft. terminal building. Terminal is expandable

New Airport Funding 

  • The total cost of the replacement airport was less than $160 million
  • Approx. $123 million came from FAA grants. The City also received an additional $3 million in ARRA funds in 2009 for the terminal building
  • Approx. $10 million came from Washington County through the use of Transient Room Tax
  • Approx. $23 million came from City transportation and water/sewer funds that were later repaid
  • No property tax, income or sales tax was used to fund city financial obligation for the new airport

Contact Information

 
Address

4550 S Airport Pkway, St. George, Utah 84790

Phone Number

(435) 627-4080

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