The Colville Municipal Airport is located at an elevation of 1,878 feet above sea level on 66 acres of City-owned property on a bench 1/2 mile east of the City on State Route 20 and lies within the City limits. The site was developed beginning in 1924 and has been the recipient of several FAA-DOT grants for development and maintenance.
The Colville Airport has a 2,700 foot long, 45 foot wide asphalt surfaced runway, which is paralleled by a 25 foot wide taxi-way and is oriented in a northeast/southwest direction. It presently has the capacity for approximately 60 aircraft (the number of aircraft which can be secured in hangars or with tie-downs in the field). Facilities include a parking ramp large enough for 10 single engine aircraft and a City-owned 8,000 gallon fuel facility, which is a credit card, self-serve unit. This fuel facility provides 100-octane low lead fuel. There are privately-owned hangars on the field, which sit on leased City land. These hangars are used for aircraft storage and maintenance. There is one full-time FBO, who is available for major aircraft maintenance.
Space is available for tie-downs and is billed on the last working day of each month with a due date of the 15th of the month following billing.
Hangar space may be leased on an annual basis. It is billed in November for the following year and is due January 1.
Please contact the Airport Manager at (509) 685-9056 for arrangements.
Airport Courtesy Car
The Colville Airport courtesy car is a service that is provided to transient pilots by the City of Colville and the Colville Municipal Airport. We are happy to provide it to pilots for their convenience.
The cost is $10 per day. For more information, please contact the Airport Manager.