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City of Powell Municipal Airport

 

Contact us

22 RD 9 Elk Basin HWY
(307) 754-5234
airport@cityofpowell.com

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Services and Fuel Prices

  • 24-hr Self Service Fuel both 100LL and Jet A
  • Tie Downs
  • Hangars

 

More Information

The Powell Municipal Airport is located off State Highway 295, approximately eight miles north of Powell, Wyoming in Park County. The airport site comprises approximately 833 acres of land situated in all or portions of Sections 33 and 34, Township 57 North, Range 99 West, and all or portions of Sections 4 and 5, Township 56 North, Range 99 West of the Wyo Principal Meridian. The field elevation is 5,092 feet above sea level (msl.), and the Airport Reference Point coordinates are 44° 52' 10" North and 108° 47' 29" West.

 

This general aviation airport has three runways. R/W 13/31 has an ARC of B-II, an asphalt paved surface and dimensions of 100 feet by 6,205 feet. R/W 3/21 has an ARC of A-I (small aircraft exclusively), a grass surface and dimensions of 60 feet by 2,900 feet. R/W 16/34 is a grass crosswind runway and has dimensions of 60 feet by 3,100 feet.

 

R/W 13/31 is lighted, signed and marked. R/W 3/21 and 16/34 are not signed or lighted. Retro-reflectors have been set up on each end of R/W 3/21 and 16/34. The runway edges are defined by mowing limits. There is also a connecting taxiway to the ends of R/W 16 and 21. One hold sign exists for R/W 13/31 on the connecting taxiway from R/Ws 3/21 and 16/34.

 

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Message from the Mayor

 

   

Happy day – we can now cross Absaroka Street east/west at all intersection! What a great project this is for our community. Thank you to Powell’s citizens for being patient during construction and supporting the improvement at the polls. The infrastructure updates buried beneath the pavement will be one of those unseen benefits to Powell for many years to come.

 

Summer seems to have ended with a strong breeze and a quick exit. I hope everyone got outdoors and partook of the warm-weather activities we love in Wyoming. The electrical sub-station fire and power outages are activities we could have lived without, but I appreciate that folks turned off the AC at times to help conserve energy. Plans are in the works for additional improvements that will avoid future problems.

 

On a lighter note and due to some hard work by a few community members, we constructed and now have a dog park in town. The new Wiggley Field at Homesteader Park opened for our furry friends in August. It’s a great place to exercise your dogs without them wandering off.

 

I’ll close with a few things to keep in mind as the cold weather sets in... drive carefully, pray for the good weather for the farmers, get your flu shot, catch some entertainment at a high school or college event, slowdown in school zones, check on your neighbors, change your furnace filter. And always remember, shop local when possible. Thanks for making Powell a great place to live.

 

(John Wetzel is the mayor of Powell.)

 

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