Cloverdale Municipal Airport

Located at the northern end of the Alexander Valley in Sonoma County, the Cloverdale Municipal Airport (O60 – oscar six zero) serves as a general aviation hub for the area. While other airports in the area are fogged in, Runway 32/14 at Cloverdale is usually the first to clear in the morning. 


The Cloverdale Municipal Airport is owned and operated by the City of Cloverdale. In 2008, the City adopted the Airport Master Plan which identifies improvements needed to serve the growing population. The airport recently underwent an approximately one million dollar upgrade to the runway surface, electrical and paint striping. Runway end identifier strobes (REIL’s) were installed on both ends, with more projects in the planning stage. Runway 32/14 is lit and is 2,906 feet long, asphalt. PAPI on 32. CTAF 122.80.

Cloverdale Municipal Airport is home to Quality Sport Planes and NorCal Skydiving.

If you are a new or existing business looking to locate at the airport, city-owned hangar space may be available.

Companies interested in occupying a hangar for business purposes should review the Airport Hangar License Agreement (PDF). Interested businesses may submit a City Hangar Waiting List Application (PDF) or contact NorCal Skydiving for additional information.


Services available at the Cloverdale Airport include access to Self-Serve 100LL fuel and ample tie-downs. The overnight tie-down fee is a reasonable $5.00 per night. Updated fuel prices and airport statistics are available on the AirNav website.

Cloverdale Pilots Association 

An artistic design of a compass roseThe Cloverdale Pilots Association (CPA) is an organization of local pilots who come together to promote aviation within the community, assist with issues concerning the airport, and organize fun aeronautical activities. The CPA is made up of pilots, aircraft owners, and aviation enthusiasts who want to share their passion. For more information about the Cloverdale Pilot’s Association, please email Michael Morrissey.

Review of Airport Issues and Matters

The Public Works Subcommittee, established by the City Council, is charged with coordinating with representatives of the Cloverdale Municipal Airport lessees to discuss and resolve issues pertaining to the airport’s financial viability, safety, and effectiveness. The Public Works Subcommittee meets at City Hall at 124 North Cloverdale Boulevard. Alternate meeting dates are set as needed for those meetings that fall on a holiday. Agendas are available approximately 72 hours in advance of meetings. Minutes are available upon approval. View current agendas and minutes.

Reporting Airport Noise or Other Complaints

The City of Cloverdale documents concerns about airport activity at the Cloverdale Municipal Airport. If you are reporting an emergency to life or property, or suspicious activity, please dial 911 immediately. If it is a non-emergency concern, such as low flying aircraft, noise, etc., please call 707-894-1700.

When calling, please provide the following please provide:

  1. The nature of the concern, and description (i.e.- type of aircraft, color, twin or single engine plane, high wing, low wing / main color and the color of the trim / how you associated the aircraft with Cloverdale Airport / the nature of the complaint if available)
  2. The time and date of the occurrence or incident
  3. If you would like to be contacted by city staff please leave your name, phone number, and physical address

City staff will log your call and respond on the next business day.

If you would like to report a noise concern, please submit a Noise Complaint Form (PDF) manually to the Airport Manager or submit the Noise Complaint Form online. We will make a determination whether there is evidence of a violation, and if we can contact the pilot to ask for cooperation in following our airport procedures.

Noise sensitive area south of the airport.
Runway 14 - Maintain runway heading to 800 ft MSL before turns
Standard Traffic Pattern
Maximum of 3 touch-an-go's per day


  1. Michael Morrissey

    Airport Manager

Michael Morrissey - Press Democrat