More Than An Airport
The Desert Aire Airport District boundary extends well beyond the airport. In fact, its boundary is highway 243 to the east, the PUD land to the west and south, and Road 26 to the north as shown on the picture to the left.
The Airport District is also unique in that it is corporate municipality, i.e a city with the authority to put forth levy requests.
The airport district has had this funding option since its creation in 1994 but until now has managed to survive and grow on a combination of donations, grants, and phenomenal volunteer and community support. But for reasons given on our Levy Facts page, this is no longer possible.
To find out more about the airport district three year finding request (levy) please refer to the LEVY section.