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September 2013  to  December 2014

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Please take a moment and share this with your employees, students, and subtenants:

This afternoon we had a runway incursion involving an non-tenant vehicle crossing Runway 14/32. The vehicle operator had been given the access code to one of the code gates by an Airport Tenant. The operator, not being familiar with airport operations in general, and the Airport's rules and regulations, proceeded to cross Runway 14/32 not realizing that the runway was in use. The ATCT was in dual-runway arrival and departure operations using both Runway 27 and Runway 32.

Luckily, no one was hurt.

To reiterate, It is the responsibility of all Airport Operators, Lessees, and Sub lessees to see that all gate chains and doors and other public safeguards are continually and conscientiously used in a manner so as to protect all persons and that Authorized persons may not share combination codes or access information. Additionally, under the St. Lucie County Ordinance 07-051, "...No person shall enter the AOA except those persons authorized by the Airport Director, including those having a Badge issued by the Airport Director or under appropriate escort." Remember that any contractors or other entities performing work for you or even visiting must also comply with the Airport rules and regulations. This is for everyone's safety so that we do not have an incident or event that results in loss of life or damage to property.

Please remember that any permission granted directly or indirectly, expressly or by implication, to any entity to enter upon or use the Airport is conditioned upon assumption of responsibility by the entity exercising or taking advantage of permission, and full and complete compliance with Airport's Rules and Regulations, Primary Guiding Documents, and applicable Regulatory Measures.

If you have any other questions, please feel free to let me know.

Todd "TC" Cox, C.M.
Airport Manager
St. Lucie County International
3000 Curtis King Blvd.
Fort Pierce, Florida 34946
772.462.1732 - Phone


This e-mail is to remind you that the gates need to be kept locked at all times.  Intense scrutiny is taking place to ensure we all comply.  We have assured the Homeland Security (TSA)  and other Law Enforcement agencies that this Airport will be kept secure.

 Thank you in advance for your cooperation. 









Click here to see attached pdf advisory information for Charter, Air Cargo Corporate and General Aviation from the Transportation Security Administration.

 National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status




Security Guidelines
for General Aviation Airports

Homeland Security Prepares for Hurricane Season

Airport Watch Program (AOPA) pdf

Security Advisory (TSA) pdf

Security Guidelines for General Aviation (TSA) pdf

Saint Lucie County International Airport Security
Alert Levels Advisory System