Serving Alaska’s Communities

Welcome to the Alaska Municipal League, proudly serving Alaska’s 165 cities and boroughs.

Here you have access to up-to-date information about AML programs and services, local government resources and news, as well as policy issues that impact Alaska’s municipalities. AML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization with a purpose to strengthen Alaska’s local governments.

Coronavirus Information for Communities

Serving Alaska’s Communities

Welcome to the Alaska Municipal League, proudly serving Alaska’s 165 cities and boroughs.

Here you have access to up-to-date information about AML programs and services, local government resources and news, as well as policy issues that impact Alaska’s municipalities. AML is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization with a purpose to strengthen Alaska’s local governments.

We envision a future of thriving communities led by healthy local governments.
We know that Alaska is stronger when we are working together.

Leaning Local

Read about updates from cities and boroughs – ordinances and resolutions that are making a difference.

News

AML Outreach on Special Session

The following was sent to Legislative leadership today, regarding the upcoming fourth special session:   [pdf-embedder url="https://www.akml.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Session-Considerations-for-Legislative-Leadership.pdf" title="Session Considerations for...

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AML Letter to Commissioner Crum

Today, AML sent the following letter to DHSS Commissioner Crum urging action from the State regarding the current status of the COVID-19 in Alaska: [pdf-embedder url="https://www.akml.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/DHSS-COVID-Mitigation-September-2021.pdf" title="DHSS...

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Alaska Conference of Mayors Expects Legislative Action

  The Alaska Conference of Mayors (ACoM) appreciates the efforts of legislators and the Governor to address short- and long-term needs of the state. Everyone has a role, everyone has responsibility.   In many ways, the outcomes from this last legislative...

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Tweets

Alaska's Congressional Delegation announced yesterday that the Port of Nome will receive a quarter of a billion dollars for construction. https://go.knom.org/3tEDUbU

📢Don't miss a unique opportunity not only for young Alaskans but also for mayors & other local officials to hear ideas from constituents they may not typically hear from. Mayors can use this contest as an opportunity to connect w/ local students
Enter 👉🏽https://bit.ly/3596V5j

Kenai was selected to receive up to $28M for the Kenai River Bluff Stabilization Project.This will immediately save valuable City infrastructure, increase safety & spur investment & #economicdevelopment in an area of cultural/historical significance to #AK
https://radiokenai.com/kenai-bluffs-bank-stabilization-project-to-receive-additional-significant-funding/

📢📶Given the unique obstacles to providing good, affordable internet to #Alaska communities it's important perspectives from #localgovernments across the state are heard during the comment period. The period closes @ 5 PM EST, Feb 4. @NTIAgov info 👉🏽https://bit.ly/34Vh4SU

Omicron appears to be more mild than previous variants, but its high rate of transmissibility means hospitals and schools are still seeing significant impacts.https://www.alaskapublic.org/2022/01/18/talk-of-alaska-health-experts-address-omicron-surge-questions/

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