|Dan Burrows, FBO
Livingston Municipal Airport, a general utility airport, is located on the eastern side of Lake Livingston in the west central part of Polk County, approximately 6 miles southwest of downtown Livingston on FM 350 South, at an elevation of 150 feet above sea level. The airport is situated on 90.385 acres of land owned by the City of Livingston. The land accommodates Runway 12-30, the Runway Protection Zones (RPZs), hangar access taxiways, and aircraft parking aprons. The City of Livingston also has two drainage easements on the northeasterly side of the airport and a right-of-way easement, which is located between the most northerly corner of the airport property, for the airport access road. An airport height hazard zoning ordinance was enacted November 5, 1991.
Livingston Municipal Airport serves corporate, governmental, recreational, residential, student and private pilot activities. The airport continues to be an essential component in the economic development of the City of Livingston, Lake Livingston and Polk County.
The Livingston Municipal Airport also serves the Lake Livingston Airpark subdivision, which was developed in 1986 and is located on the southwesterly side of the airport. The Airport’s southwesterly property line and the Subdivision’s northeasterly property line are contiguous.
Airport facilities are divided into two groups - airside and landside. The airside facilities include the 3700' X 60' runway, taxiways, airport lighting, and navigational aids among other items. The parking apron, hangars, fuel facilities, and automobile parking are considered landside facilities. A partial parallel taxiway, 35' in width, exists on the northeasterly side of the north 530 feet of the runway.
The City of Livingston sells 100LL AVGAS using a credit card-operated system. The system consists of a skid-mounted, EPA-approved, 10,000 gallon above-ground storage tank and fuel dispenser.
FIXED BASED OPERATOR:
The Livingston Municipal Airport also serves a large area as a general aviation maintenance facility. In 1977, Dan Burrows, dba Burrows Air Service, became the Fixed Based Operator (FBO) at the airport. Through the years, Burrows Air Service has provided fuel sales services and has developed a reputation for general aviation maintenance and repair services. The FBO hangar includes an 800 square foot pilot lounge which is furnished with a restroom, couch, pilot planning area and telephone. The FBO, Dan Burrows, can be reached at 936.967.5858.
Currently, there are no public hangars located on airport property. All hangars are privately owned and constructed on private property. All of the hangars are conventional on Quonset-type hangars. There are no T-hangars available for storage of aircraft. Of the 13 total hangars and 1 covered storage area currently located at the Livingston Municipal Airport, 8 are located on the northeasterly side of the airport and 6 on the southwesterly side in the Airport subdivision. Other additional hangars are under construction in the Airpark subdivision.