Welcome to the Kodiak Waterfront Plan

Join Si’t Tuwan Park Public Meeting for Outdoor Barbeque and Games on September 21
CBJ Parks & Recreation and Corvus Design will host an outdoor barbeque and public meeting about improvements to Si’t Tuwan Park (Beside the Glacier Park) on Thursday, September 21 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. The park is located on the corner of Threadneedle Street and Kanat’a Deyi Street by Thunder Mountain.

The AlaskaJobs system has replaced ALEXsys. AlaskaJobs is accessed through myAlaska and you will need a myAlaska account for each user type in AlaskaJobs, such as an individual seeking a job, an employer recruiting for a position, a service provider or case manager.

Introduction to the Alaska 2024-2027 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a vital framework that directly impacts the transportation infrastructure of our state. Serving as a crucial planning tool for the DOT&PF, the STIP guides efforts to maintain,

Anchorage, The Second Century
n 2014, we profiled the first 100 years of Anchorage. Here, we follow up on the city's trajectory since 2015.

Shifts in Alaska's construction industry

JUNEAU, Alaska — June’s statewide job count was up by 6,400, or 1.9 percent, from June 2022.

Leisure and hospitality added 2,200 jobs over the year and exceeded pre-pandemic employment as the visitor season moved into full swing. The cruise industry anticipates a record 1.6 million

Are you interested in how the City of Fairbanks budget works and how we allocate funds? Would you like to have input in where your money goes? The City of Fairbanks has released its interactive budget tool called ‘Balancing Act’ on the City website. Balancing Act is a budget simulation tool that provides an opportunity for the public to provide input on the City of Fairbanks budget process.


Municipality of Anchorage Reaches Critical Step in the Port of Alaska Modernization

Anchorage, AK - At the July 25 Regular Assembly Meeting, Mayor Bronson, the Anchorage Assembly, and Port of Alaska officials hammered out final details and reached a major milestone in the Port of Alaska Modernization Program.