MKE air cargo facility
Engage with MKE’s Future
Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport and Milwaukee County value your input to the planning process and encourage you to provide input over the course of the Master Plan Update. MKE is Milwaukee’s link to the nation and the globe, but importantly, it also contributes to the economic strength of the Milwaukee area and the southeast Wisconsin region. As Milwaukee and the state of Wisconsin realize the growth and economic benefits associated with emerging development, the demands on the aviation infrastructure will increase, making it critical that feasible, affordable, scalable, and flexible solutions be defined to meet those challenges. Feedback from stakeholders and the community is necessary to ensure that these solutions consider local and regional priorities, as well as conform to FAA guidance.
We encourage you to continue to visit our project website to stay current on Master Plan Update progress and related information.
Feedback on our Master Plan Update can be provided by completing the form below. The master plan team will document and compile input received, using it to expand the Frequently Asked Questions page on this website to ensure that topics of broad interest are addressed. Input received will become part of the project record documented at the conclusion of the study.
In addition to the input form, you are encouraged to attend one or more of the two remaining public open house meetings that will occur over the course of the planning study. These open house meetings will provide an opportunity to submit written input, as well as to discuss the project in more detail with our planning team. As specific meeting dates are identified, the schedule will be made available through this website.
Public Open House Schedule
Virtual Public Open House Meeting #4 - September 2021
Past Open House
- Public Open House #1 - concluded on January 16, 2019, 3-7 p.m.
- Public Open House #2 - concluded on July 1, 2019, 3-7 p.m.
- Public Open House #3 - concluded on January 22, 2020, 3-7 p.m.