A successful master plan is strengthened by public input, which is why we created our public involvement plan.
By inviting participation from various community members, such as airport users, businesses, planning partners, neighborhoods, and the general public, we hope to complete a project that truly represents our community.
Our Public Involvement Plan is designed to:
- Educate, inform, and listen to stakeholders early and often.
- Convey goals, timelines, and information on a regular basis.
- Be responsive to the public's request for information and on-going involvement.
How to Get Involved
We have many opportunities for involvement throughout our airport master plan. Whether through the Citizen Advisory Committee, the Technical Advisory Committee, public workshops, or feedback surveys, we evaluate every voice as we progress toward an airport that will better serve the community.
Each committee provides valuable insight into how to develop the future of DeKalb Peachtree Airport. Every survey helps us better understand how to serve our neighbors. Regardless of how you get involved, we thank you for your interest and look forward to an exciting future for PDK and all our neighbors!
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More About Our Committees
Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)
CAC members are appointed by the Mayors of Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, and Dunwoody and relevant County Commissioners. Interested in serving on the committee? Contact your Commissioners or Mayors now to request an appointment!
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
The TAC is comprised of airport users with substantial knowledge of technical aspects of the airport. Members are appointed by airport management and will include corporate pilots, flights schools, PDK - Airport Association, FBOs, airport leaseholders, airport businesses, PDK Air Traffic Control Tower, National Business Aircraft Association, Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association, and tie down/t-hanger tenants. Staff from the FAA and the GDOT are also invited.
Intergovernmental Coordinating Committee (ICC)
The ICC will include planning and/or economic development staff from Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, and Dunwoody as well as DeKalb County and the Atlanta Regional Commission.
Airport Advisory Board (AAB)
The AAB is an existing board that meets monthly to review and advise airport staff on a variety of airport issues. Its members are appointed by the Board of Commissioners and the CEO.