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City of Powell Municipal Airport

 

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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

100LL = $5.15

Jet A = $4.60

 

More Information

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Download Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

 

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.

 

Links

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WAOA

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WYDOT Aeronautics

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Message from the Mayor

 

   

This last week I was on vacation and out of cell phone range for a few days so
I wasn’t surprised to get a call from Zane Logan, Powell’s city administrator. I often
get updates on PR issues, power outages, service issues, etc. I answered the phone
with a cheery “What’s up Zane?” only to hear the very somber news that a great man
and member of our city family had passed away earlier that morning. I was shocked,
saddened and am still having trouble believing he’s gone.


Many years ago in the War Surplus store, I heard of a gentleman who hunted
elk every fall in Area 41 in the Big Horn Mountains, usually one specific drainage. I
was looking for help then as a rookie bow hunter. I contacted Bill Winters for advice
and he was willing to share information about hunting the area. Bill and I spoke a
few times, but it wasn’t until I became a councilman in Powell that I truly got the
privilege of being Bill Winters’ friend. As I did my city work, Bill often spoke up at
city meetings lending his vast institutional knowledge and solid advice with a
friendly smile.


Last December Bill announced he would retire in January 2018. I was happy
for Bill, but a little sad for the city. I wonder how many cold winter days and nights
he spent on streets of Powell making sure our water flowed and the frozen pipes
were fixed as efficiently as possible. I knew after over 36 years with the city, Bill’s
presence would be missed. He was torn about retirement when we spoke about his
position as a Powell representative to the Park County Drug Court. He was actually
making sure he could continue to serve in that capacity. He was only on the board
for a few short years, but he loved being involved and trying to make a difference.
Bill was not afraid to speak of his history with alcohol and those people who stepped
in to help him when he needed it. I respected him immensely for being open, honest
and always willing to pay it forward.


Even in retirement Bill was a regular visitor of city hall, stopping in to chat
and stay current on the city business he missed. Bill’s life was cut far too short on
July 8 and will be a loss to the all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers go out to
his family and friends.


Bill, you will be missed by many in the City of Powell.

 

 

John Wetzel

Mayor

City of Powell

 

jwetzel@cityofpowell.com

John Wetzel

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