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Alaska Spill Response Permits Tool

Responding to an oil spill in Alaska can require authorizations from a number of state and federal agencies. This website provides streamlined access to more than 40 permit applications and other forms, guidance, contacts, and other helpful information, reducing the time needed to
mount an effective response.

Find forms and information by agency or response activity through the links below. Free Adobe Reader® or comparable software will allow you to fill out, save, and print forms.

 

 

Information
For emergency access to individual Native allotments or Native government lands, contact the BIA's Alaska Region Environmental Program at 907-271-4004.
Information
For emergency access to BLM-managed lands, contact the relevant district office (follow links for district maps):
Anchorage District Office: 907-267-1246
Fairbanks District Office: 907-474-2200
Permit Applications
Application for Permit to Drill
Information
See Wildlife Protection Guidelines for Alaska, as well as permit applications for hazing, capture, transport, stabilization, and treatment, in the Alaska Regional Response Team or Wildlife Protection areas of the Permits Tool.

Endangered Species Consultation
NMFS administers the Endangered Species Act as it applies to cetaceans and most pinnipeds. Section 7 of the ESA requires consultation with the trustee agency when response may affect threatened or endangered species or their habitat. Contact the NMFS Anchorage Field Office Supervisor at:
222 W 7th Ave #43,
Anchorage 99513-7577
907-271-3023

Marine Mammal Protection
NMFS is the trustee agency for cetaceans and most pinnipeds, and response that may affect these species must be coordinated with NMFS. Contact the NMFS Anchorage Field Office Superivsor at:
222 W 7th Ave #43,
Anchorage 99513-7577
907-271-3023
Information
National Response Center
To report an oil spill, call 1-800-424-8802, or click the link above to submit a report online. (Use the incident report planner to organize information for a phone report or print a report for your records.)

Notice to Mariners
Mariners in the vicinity of an incident or response need to be alerted to conditions that can threaten their safety or interfere with their operations. To request a Broadcast Notice to Mariners, contact the appropriate Sector office (24 hours):
Sector Juneau 907-463-2980
Sector Anchorage 907-271-6769

Local Notices to Mariners are published weekly for the entire state by District 17 headquarters in Juneau. Call 907-463-2269 to request a LNM.

Forms
Online Incident Report (National Response Center)
Incident Report Planner (National Response Center)
Report of Marine Accident, Injury or Death
Information
See Wildlife Protection Guidelines for Alaska, as well as permit applications for hazing, capture, transport, stabilization, and treatment, in the Alaska Regional Response Team or Wildlife Protection areas of the Permits Tool.

Endangered Species Consultation
THe USFWS administers the Endangered Species Act as it applies to birds, terrestrial mammals, and some marine mammals. Section 7 of the ESA requires consultation with the trustee agency when response may affect threatened or endangered species or their habitat. Contact the Anchorage FWS Field Office at:
605 W 4th Ave,
Anchorage 99501
907-271-2888

Marine Mammal Protection
In Alaska, the USFWS is the trustee agency for walruses, sea otters, and polar bears, and response that may affect these species must be coordinated with FWS. Contact Marine Mammals Management at the FWS Alaska Regional Office:
1011 East Tudor Road, MS 341,
Anchorage 99503
907-786-3800

Bald Eagle Basics - Alaska

Permit Applications
Eagle Take
Migratory Bird Scientific Collecting
Migratory Bird Rehabilitation
Migratory Bird Special Purpose Salvage
National Wildlife Refuge System Commercial Activities Special Use
Information
Alaska state law requires that oil and hazardous substance releases be reported to ADEC. Contact the nearest Area Response Team.
Central Alaska ph: 907-269-3063 fax: 907-269-7648
Northern Alaska ph: 907-451-2121 fax: 907-451-2362
Southeast Alaska ph: 907-465-5340 fax: 907-465-5245

Permit Applications
Open Burning (black smoke)
Contaminated Soil Transport and Treatment
Food Establishment
Temporary Camp

Other Forms
Oil and Hazardous Substance Spill Notification
Oil and Hazardous Materials Incident Final Report
Information
See Wildlife Protection Guidelines for Alaska, as well as permit applications for hazing, capture, transport, stabilization, and treatment, in the Alaska Regional Response Team or Wildlife Protection areas of the Permits Tool.

Permit Applications
Fish Habitat
Special Area
Fish Resource
Scientific (birds and mammals)
Information
Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Alaska state law requires that oil and hazardous substance releases be reported to ADEC. Contact the nearest Area Response Team:
Central Alaska ph: 907-269-3063 fax: 907-269-7648
Northern Alaska ph: 907-451-2121 fax: 907-451-2362
Southeast Alaska ph: 907-465-5340 fax: 907-465-5245

National Response Center
To report an oil spill, call 1-800-424-8802, or click the link above to submit a report online. (Use the incident report planner to organize information for a phone report or print a report for your records.)

Notice to Mariners
Mariners in the vicinity of an incident or response need to be alerted to conditions that can threaten their safety or interfere with their operations. To request a Broadcast Notice to Mariners, contact the appropriate U.S. Coast Guard Sector office (24 hours):
Sector Juneau 907-463-2980
Sector Anchorage 907-271-6769

Local Notices to Mariners are published weekly for the entire state by Coast Guard District 17 headquarters in Juneau. Call 907-463-2269 to request a LNM.

Forms
ADEC Oil and Hazardous Substance Spill Notification
ADEC Oil and Hazardous Materials Incident Final Report
USCG Report of Marine Accident, Injury or Death
FAA Request for Temporary Flight Restriction and Notice to Airmen
Information
Wildlife Protection Guidelines for Alaska

Endangered Species Consultation
The USFWS administers the Endangered Species Act as it applies to birds, terrestrial mammals and some marine mammals. Section 7 of the ESA requires consultation with the trustee agency when response may affect threatened or endangered specires or their habitat. Contact the Anchorage FWS Field Office at:
605 W 4th Ave,
Anchorage 99501
907-271-2888

NMFS administers the Endangered Species Act as it applies to cetaceans and most pinnipeds. Section 7 of the ESA requires consultation with the trustee agency when response may affect threatened or endangered species or their habitat. Contac thte NMFS Anchorage Field Office Supervisor at:
222 W 7th Ave #43,
Anchorage 99513-7577
907-271-3023

Marine Mammal Protection
In Alaska, the USFWS is the trustee agnecy for walruses, sea otters, and polar bears, and response that may affect these species must be coordinated with FWS. COntact Marine Mammals Management at the FWS Alaska Regional Office:
1011 East Tudor Road, MS 341,
Anchorage 99503
907-786-3800

NMFS is the trustee agency for cetaceans and most pinnipeds, and response that may affect these species must be coordinated with NMFS. Contact the NMFS Anchorage Field Office Supervisor at:
222 W 7th Ave #43,
Anchorage 99513-7577
907-271-3023

Bald Eagle Basics - Alaska

Permit Applications
ADF&G Fish Resource
ADF&G Scientific (birds and mammals)
ARRT Wildlife Hazing (Unified Plan Annex G, Appendix 24)
ARRT Wildlife Capture, Transport, Stabilization, and Treatment (Unified Plan Annex G, Appendix 25)
USFWS Eagle Take
USFWS Migratory Bird Scientific Collecting
USFWS Migratory Bird Rehabilitation
USFWS Migratory Bird Special Purpose Salvage

Other Forms
Data Sheet for Collected Dead, Oiled Wildlife (Unified Plan Annex G, Appendix 11)
Data Sheet for Collected Live, Oiled Wildlife (Unified Plan Annex G, Appendix 12)
Information
USACE Nationwide Permit 20: Oil Spill Cleanup

Notice to Mariners
Mariners in the vicinity of an incident or response need to be alerted to conditions that can threaten their safety or interfere with their operations. To request a Broadcast Notice to Mariners, contact the appropriate U.S. Coast Guard Sector office (24 hours):
Sector Juneau 907-463-2980
Sector Anchorage 907-271-6769

Permit Applications
ADEC Food Establishment
ADEC Temporary Camp
ADOT&PF Lane Closure
ADOT&PF Temporary Construction
ADOT&PF Construct/Maintain Driveway or Approach Road
ADOT&PF Oversize Vehicle
ADOT&PF Oversize and Overweight Vehicle
ADOT&PF ePermits (online applications for some permits)
ADNR Temporary Water Use (fresh water only)

Forms
FAA Request for Temporary Flight Restriction and Notice to Airmen
Information
Land ownership information is available from the Bureau of Land Management's Spatial Data Management System website, or call the BLM Alaska State Office Public Room at 907-271-5960.

Land ownership information is also available from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources' Alaska Land Records and Alaska Mapper websites, or call one of the ADNR's Public Information Centers:
Anchorage 907-269-8400
Fairbanks 907-451-2705
Juneau 907-465-3400

Additional information on lands in rural communities is available from the Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development's Community Mapping website, or call ADCED at 907-269-4546.
Information
BLM - For emergency access to BLM-managed lands, contact the relevant distrction office (follow links for district maps):
Anchorage District Office: 907-267-1246
Fairbanks District Office: 907-474-2200

USACE Nationwide Permit 20: Oil Spill Cleanup
USFS Special Use Authorizations

Permit Applications
NPS Special Use
USFWS National Wildlife Refuge System Commercial Activities Special Use
Information
See the Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development's Community Information website for community and regional contacts.

The ADCED's Local Boundary Commission website provides links to contact information for the organized boroughs.
Information
BIA - For emergency access to individual Native allotment or Native government lands, contact the BIA's Alaska Region Environmental Program at 907-271-4004.

ANCSA Corporation Boundaries Map
Alaska Native Regional Corporations
Community Information
Information
Notice to Mariners
Mariners in the vicinity of an incident or response need to be alerted to conditions that can threaten their safety or interfere with their operations. To request a Broadcast Notice to Mariners, contact the appropriate U.S. Coast Guard Sector office (24 hours):
Sector Juneau 907-463-2980
Sector Anchorage 907-271-6769

Forms
FAA Request for Temporary Flight Restriction and Notice to Airmen