McClellan business park offers diverse amenities including aircraft-related industries, technology incubator, data call centers, and upscale hotel and conference facilities. McClellan is located 12.5 miles from downtown Sacramento off Watt Avenue near Interstate Business 80 and Interstate I-5.
Sacramento County's success at creating jobs by transforming McClellan from an Air Force Base to a thriving business park is hailed as a national model for base reuse.
At McClellan, progressive companies can benefit from competitively-priced workspace and offer employees an environment that includes a park, gymnasium, day care and café.
As partners with the developer, the McClellan Economic Development team oversees reuse planning, airport oversight and transfer of property from the Air Force. Guidance for public and private sector investments ensure the community's best interests.
is a master-planned community consisting of more than 16 million square feet of industrial, R&D, office, aviation and mixed-use facilities. Large corporations and small business alike enjoy varied amenities, financial benefits, custom facilities and quality of life unmatched anywhere else in the country. For more information visit the McClellan Business Park website
- McClellan Public Airport – The County of Sacramento owns and
oversees the airfield and is committed to being a Good
Neighbor to surrounding communities. The public airfield features a
10,600 foot lighted runway approved for day/night use, and is shared by the U.S.
Coast Guard. Our airfield also hosts a full-service fixed base operator served by
Sacramento County Economic Development owns and oversees McClellan Airport.
It is not a part of the Sacramento County Department of Airports, though it is operated on a contractual basis by Department of Airports Staff. The Department of Airport's Noise Information Office also responds to all complaints or concerns regarding McClellan aircraft operations. The Department of Airports periodically conducts noise studies to assess the noise impacts
of aircraft operations. In addition, the Department of Airports works with aircraft operators to fly as quietly as possible, while operating in a safe and efficient manner. Aircraft Noise Reduction Procedures
and a McClellan Fixed-Wing And Rotary-Wing VFR Traffic Patterns brochure were developed to support the noise reduction program. To contact the Noise Complaint Hotline call (916) 874-0800. For additional airport information contact McClellan Jet Services
at (877) 977-5387.