Community-Owned and Supported
West Michigan Regional Airport is a community-owned resource, supported through operations revenue, government funding and local taxpayers. The West Michigan Airport Authority (WMAA) governs policy, budget and strategic planning for the airport to align with the best interests of taxpayers.
Formed in 2008, the WMAA board consists of nine representatives from the three regional municipalities where voters have approved our operations millage. These include the City of Holland, Park Township and the City of Zeeland. The board also retains ex-officio members who represent the Ottawa and Allegan communities and provide financial expertise.
Our Mission: The West Michigan Airport Authority will provide the public with state-of-the-art global air access to strengthen the local economy and improve the area’s quality of life.
WMAA Quick Links
Meet Our Board & Team
City of Holland Representatives
Park Township Representatives
City of Zeeland Representatives
Board Meetings & Packets
Regular WMAA meetings are open to the public, whether held virtually or in person at the main terminal building at 60 Geurink Blvd, Holland, MI 49423. Meetings will always take place at 11:30 a.m. on the second Monday of every month unless otherwise noted.
Budget & Governance Information
Legacy Report Information
For strategic plans, capital improvement and annual action plans, please visit our planning page.