Private citizens, groups and organizations can play a role in their local airport's development through the Adopt-an-Airport Program. Eligible adopters commit to beautify an airport, enhance its image and increase public awareness for two-year terms.
Publicly-owned airports included in the Texas Airport System Plan are eligible. The following groups are eligible to adopt airports through the program:
Note: A group must be located or reside in the city or county in which the adopted airport is located.
The authorized representative of a new or renewing adoption group must submit an application to the district coordinator of the highway district in which the airport is located.
|Adoption Agreement Terms and Conditions|
|Safety Instruction Program Release|
|Release for Participant Under 18 Years of Age|
|Work Period Confirmation|
Upon the district's approval, adopters will need to execute an agreement with TxDOT and the airport sponsor to define responsibilities before the airport may be adopted.
Adopter Group Responsibilities
As part of the Adopt-an-Airport Program, adopter groups must do the following:
If the responsibility is controlling and reducing litter, adopter groups must agree to the following:
As part of the Adopt-an-Airport Program, TxDOT will provide the following resources and services:
For more information, contact TxDOT at (800) 68-PILOT or contact your district coordinator.