NOTICE: Due to the current health pandemic and consistent with Governor Walz’ earlier announcements, the Metropolitan Airports Commission has determined it is prudent to conduct its committee meetings on Monday, Feb. 1 via teleconference rather than in-person.
The regular meeting location will not be open to the public; however, the teleconference meeting will be open to the public. If you wish to speak to the board on any matter, the chairperson will invite you to speak during the Open Forum segment of the agenda. The agenda and related materials, which will include instructions for how to monitor or participate in the meetings via audio teleconference, will be available on this page. The meetings will not be available for live-streaming through regular means.
All meetings of the commission and its committees are open to the public. MAC commission and committee meetings are also archived for future viewing.
Standing committees include:
- Planning, Development and Environment
- Operations, Finance and Administration
Speaking at a meeting
Members of the public are invited to speak at MAC committee and board meetings. Comments are welcome during the Open Forum section of the agenda. The meeting chair, at his or her discretion, may also invite comments related to specific agenda items during commission discussions. Comments are limited to a maximum of two minutes. The chair will indicate when the board or committee is inviting public comment
Written Comment for a Meeting
If you wish to provide written comment for the Open Forum segment of the agenda or on an agenda item in lieu of speaking at an upcoming meeting, address your correspondence to the meeting chairperson with a request that it be distributed to all members of the committee or Commission.
Written comments received in this manner or at a meeting will be acknowledged in the minutes of the meeting.
Occasionally the MAC holds other public meetings both on and offsite. For details about these meetings, click on the Other MAC Meetings tab.
For meeting information associated with airport noise, whether at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport or one of MAC's six general aviation airports, please click on the Noise Program tab.