The Jackson Hole Airport is committed to the safety and health of our passengers, staff, and surrounding community. The Airport has therefore taken voluntary measures to investigate the potential for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to be found in groundwater on and adjacent to Airport property. As the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) updates regulations and designations related to drinking water standards, the Jackson Hole Airport Board continues to update the Airport’s PFAS Management Plan accordingly. The proactive water quality management measures taken by the Board since 2021 have placed the Jackson Hole Airport ahead of other commercial service airports in the United States. The Board continues to test both on- and off-airport drinking water wells and provide whole-house filtration systems for any drinking water well located within the Airport’s Eligibility Boundary Area.