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Juneau State Office Mailing Address Update

All mail sent to the DEC office in Juneau through the U.S. Postal Service must be addressed to P.O. Box 111800, Juneau, AK, 99811. Beginning October 1, all mail addressed to our Willoughby Avenue address will not be delivered and will be returned to sender by the Post Office. This change only impacts incoming mail to the Juneau office.

Impaired Waterbody Categories:

  • Category 4a - Impaired water with a final/approved TMDL
  • Category 4b - Impaired water with other pollution controls
  • Category 5 - Impaired water, CWA Section 303(d) list, requires TMDL

What is a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)?
A TMDL is a process through which pollution sources are identified. The study analyzes pollution sources of a waterbody and calculates the amount or 'load' of that specific pollutant that the water can receive and still maintain Water Quality Standards. TMDLs are a necessary first step toward waterbody recovery and are required for a waterbody to be 'de-listed' from the Alaska 303(d) Category 5 Impaired Waters List. A waterbody can also be taken off the list if other controls are in place to assure the recovery of the waterbody.

GIS map of Impaired Waters

Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report

Within the tables waters are listed by region - Interior (IN), Southcentral (SC), Southeast (SE) - and alphabetically.

Most Recently EPA Approved List of Impaired Waters as of 2010
Category 4a, 4b, and 5 Waterbody Listing
Region Category Alaska ID Waterbody Location Area of Concern Water Quality Standard Pollutant Parameters Pollutant Sources
IN 4a 40402-001 Birch Creek Drainage: - Upper Birch Creek; Eagle Creek; Golddust Creek North of Fairbanks N/A Turbidity Turbidity Placer Mining
IN 4a 40506-009 Garrison Slough Eielson Air Force Base N/A Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Polychlorinaged biphenyls (PCBs) Military Base / Operations
IN 4a 40506-003 Noyes Slough Fairbanks 7 miles Residues Debris Urban Runoff
SC 4a 30102-604 Akutan Harbor Akutan Island N/A Residues, Dissolved Gas Settable Solids, Low Dissolved Oxygen Seafood Processing /Waste
SC 4a 20401-004 Campbell Creek Anchorage 10 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-402 Campbell Lake Anchorage 125 acres Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-003 Chester Creek Anchorage 4.1 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff, Industrial
SC 4a 20402-002 Eagle River Eagle River N/A Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Ammonia, Chlorine, Copper, Lead, Silver Wastewater Treatment Facility
SC 4a 20401-005 Fish Creek Anchorage 6.4 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-006 Furrow Creek Anchorage 5.3 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 30101-501 King Cove King Cove N/A Residues Seafood Waste Residue Seafood Processing/Waste
SC 4a 20505-409 Lake Lucille Wasilla N/A Dissolved Gas Low Dissolved Oxygen Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-017 Little Campbell Creek Anchorage 8.3 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-024 Little Rabbit Creek Anchorage 6.2 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-018 Little Survival Creek Anchorage 3.0 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-020 Ship Creek Glenn Hwy. Bridge. Down to Mouth Anchorage Glenn Hwy. Bridge. to Mouth Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 30102-603 South Unalaska Bay Unalaska Island N/A Residues, Low Dissolved Oxygen (BOD5) Seafood Waste Residues, Dissolved Gas Seafood Processing Waste
SC 4a 30102-607 Udagak Bay Unalaska Island N/A Residues Setteable Solids Seafood Processing Waste
SC 4a 20401-419 University Lake Anchorage 10 acres Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SC 4a 20401-421 Westchester Lagoon Anchorage 30 acres Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff
SE 4a 10301-005 Duck Creek Juneau N/A Dissolved Gas, Residues, Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances, Fecal Coliform Bacteria, Turbidity Low Dissolved Oxygen, Debris, Iron, Fecal Coliform Bacteria, and Turbidity Urban Runoff, Landfill, Road Runoff, Land Development
SE 4a 10203-005 Granite Creek Sitka N/A Turbidity, Sediment Turbidity, Sediment Gravel Mining
SE 4a 10203-601-001 Herring Cove of Silver Bay Sitka 102 acres Residues Bark & Woody Debris Log Storage from former Pulp Mill Operations
SE 4a 10301-004 Jordan Creek Juneau 3 miles from tide-water up-stream Dissolved Gas, Residues, Sediment Debris, Sediment, Low Dissolved Oxygen Land Development, Road Runoff
SE 4a 10203-602 Klag Bay West Chichagof Island 1.25 acres Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals - Arsenic, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, Manganese, Mercury, Silver, Zinc Mining
SE 4a 10301-001 Lemon Creek Juneau N/A Turbidity, Sediment Turbidity, Sediment Urban Runoff, Gravel Mining
SE 4a 10301-014 Pederson Hill Creek Juneau Lower two miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Septic Tanks
SE 4a 10303-004 Pullen Creek (Lower Mile) Skagway Lower mile of Pullen Creek Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Cadmium, Copper, Lead, Zinc Industrial
SE 4a 10203-601 Silver Bay Sitka 6.5 acres Residues, Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Pulp Residues, Logs, Bark & Woody Debris, Sediment Toxicity due to Wood Decomposition By-products Industrial, Historical Pulp Mill Activity
SE 4a 10103-602 Thorne Bay Prince of Wales Island 7.5 acres Residues Bark & Wood Debris Historical Log Transfer Facility
SE 4a 10301-017 Vanderbilt Creek Juneau N/A Turbidity, Residues, Sediment Turbidity, Debris, Sediment Urban Runoff
SE 4a 10102-601 Ward Cove Ketchikan 250 acres Residues, Dissolved Gas Pulp Residues, Logs, Bark & Woody Debris, Low Dissolved Oxygen Industrial
IN 4b 40501-001 Cabin Creek Nabesna 1.5 miles Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Manganese, Arsenic, Iron, Copper & Cadmium Mine Tailings
SC 4b N/A Exxon Valdez Beaches Prince William Sound – Alaska Peninsula 23 beaches Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Oil Spill
SE 4b 10203-808 East Port Frederick NE Chichagof Island 0.4 acres Residues Bark & Woody Debris Log Transfer Facility
SE 4b 10103-031 Fubar Creek Prince of Wales Island N/A Sediment Sediment Timber Harvesting
IN 5 40506-007 Chena River Fairbanks 15 miles Sediment Sediment Urban Runoff
IN 5 40506-002 Chena Slough Fairbanks 13 miles Sediment Sediment Urban Runoff
IN 5 40402-010 Crooked Creek Bonanza Crooked Deadwood Ketchem Mammoth Mastodon Porcupine North of Fairbanks 77 miles Turbidity Turbidity Placer Mining
IN 5 40509-001 Goldstream Creek Fairbanks 70 miles Turbidity Turbidity Placer Mining
IN 5 30501-002 Kuskokwim River Red Devil 1,000 feet, 900 feet down river and 100 feet upriver from mouth of Red Devil Creek Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Antimony, Arsenic, Mercury Mining
IN 5 40506-003 Noyes Slough Fairbanks 7 miles Sediment, Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Sediment, Petroleum Products Urban Runoff
IN 5 30501-002 Red Devil Creek Red Devil 0.5 mile of creek Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Antimony, Arsenic, Mercury Inactive Mine
IN 5 40510-101 Slate Creek Denali National Park 2.5 miles Turbidity Turbidity Mining
SC 5 20505-401 Big Lake Wasilla 1,250 acres Petroleum Hydrocarbons Total Aromatic Hydrocarbons (TAH) Motorized watercraft
SC 5 30101-503 Cold Bay King Cove, Alaska Peninsula 0.01 acre Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Military, Fuel Storage
SC 5 20505-001 Cottonwood Creek Wasilla 7 miles Fecal Coliform Bacteria Fecal Coliform Bacteria Urban Runoff, Urban Development
SC 5 30102-606 Dutch Harbor Unalaska Island 0.5 acre Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Industrial, Urban Runoff
SC 5 30203-001 Egegik River Egegik 0.25 mile Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Spills, Fuel Tanks, Underground Fuel Tanks
SC 5 20201-401 Eyak Lake Cordova 50 feet of shoreline Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products, Petroleum Contamination, Sheen Above Ground Storage Tanks, Spills
SC 5 20401-412 Hood/Spenard Lake Anchorage 307 acres Dissolved Gas Low Dissolved Oxygen Urban Runoff, Industrial
SC 5 30102-602 Iliuliuk Harbor Dutch Harbor 1.4 acres Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Urban Runoff
SC 5 20402-001 Matanuska River Palmer 1/2 mile Residues Debris Landfill
SC 5 30101-502 Popof Strait East Aleutians Borough 5 miles Residues Seafood Waste Residue Seafood Processor
SC 5 30102-409 Red Lake Anton Road Ponds Kodiak 2.0 acres Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Iron, Manganese Urban Runoff
SC 5 20401-020 Ship Creek Glenn Hwy. Bridge. Down to Mouth Anchorage 11 miles, Glenn Hwy. Bridge. Down to Mouth Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Urban Runoff
SE 5 10203-002 Katlian River N. of Sitka, Baranof Island 4.5 miles Sediment, Turbidity Sediment, Turbidity Timber Harvest
SE 5 10103-504 Salt Chuck Bay Kasaan Area, Prince of Wales Island 0.03 square miles Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Copper  
SE 5 10303-601 Skagway Harbor Skagway 1.0 acre Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Cadmium, Copper, Lead, Mercury, Zinc Industrial
SE 5 10103-010 Unnamed Creek, Sweetwater Lake, USFS 3030 Road, ADF&G Stream 3027 (Stream 3) Prince of Wales Island 0.4 mile Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Aluminum, Cadmium, Copper, Iron Road Construction
SE 5 10103-012 Unnamed Creek, Sweetwater Lake, USFS 3030 Road, ADF&G Stream 3021 (Stream 6) Prince of Wales Island 1.14 mile Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances, Dissolved Inorganic Substances Metals – Aluminum, Cadmium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Sulfate Road Construction
SE 5 10103-013 Unnamed Creek, Sweetwater Lake, USFS 3030 Road, ADF&G Stream 3019 tributary (Stream 7) Prince of Wales Island 0.3 mile Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Aluminum, Cadmium, Copper, Iron, Manganese Road Construction
SE 5 10103-014 Unnamed Creek, Sweetwater Lake, USFS 3030 Road, ADF&G Stream 3019 (Stream 8) Prince of Wales Island 0.3 mile Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Metals – Cadmium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Nickel, Zinc Road Construction
SE 5 10103-015 Unnamed Creek, Sweetwater Lake, USFS 3030 Road, ADF&G Stream 3017 (Stream 9) Prince of Wales Island 0.8 mile Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances, Dissolved Inorganic Substances Metals – Aluminum, Cadmium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Nickel, Zinc, Sulfate Road Construction

Approved TMDLs

Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) are required actions for polluted waters found on the Alaska 's 303(d) List of Impaired Waters. DEC lists these waters in Category 5 of the Alaska Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report, which encompasses the 303(d) list. The waterbodies shown here have an approved TMDL in place.
A TMDL, or other approved management mechanism, are required for a polluted waterbody to be removed from the 303(d) list. A waterbody can also be removed if there are assurances that pollution controls are in place, or will be in place that result in attainment of water quality standards. These 'assurances' include other pollution recovery plans such as a waterbody recovery plan, Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Record of Decision (ROD) or a similar type of hazardous substance clean-up approved by DEC's Contaminated Sites Program. These waters are shown in Category 4b of the Integrated Report. There are also instances where there is no true plan but general assurances that controls are being implemented and only require some follow-up implementation or effectiveness monitoring (as opposed to in-stream monitoring). These files are available for viewing and printing in PDF format.

TMDL's for Construction General Permits

Approved TMDLs
Waterbody Region TMDL (PDF) Author Impairment
Akutan Harbor Southwest TMDL EPA Dissolved Oxygen
Akutan Harbor Southwest TMDL EPA Residues
Big Lake Southcentral TMDL DEC Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil and Grease
Boulder and Deadwood Creeks (Crooked Creek watershed) Interior TMDL DEC Turbidity
Upper Birch Cr. Interior TMDL EPA Turbidity and Sediment
Chester Creek, University Lake, Westchester Lagoon Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Campbell Creek/Lake Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Cottonwood Creek, Wasilla Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Crooked Creek Watershed – Boulder and Deadwood Creeks Interior TMDL DEC Turbidity
Duck Creek Southeast TMDL EPA Debris
Duck Creek Southeast TMDL EPA Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Duck Creek Southeast TMDL EPA Turbidity
Duck Creek Southeast TMDL EPA Dissolved Oxygen and Iron
Dutch Harbor Southwest TMDL DEC Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Eagle River Southcentral TMDL Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility Ammonia,Copper, Lead, Silver, Chlorine
Fish Creek, Anchorage Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Furrow Creek Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Garrison Slough Interior TMDL EPA Poly-Chlorinated Biphenyls
Goldstream Creek Interior TMDL DEC Turbidity
Granite Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Turbidity
Hawk Inlet Southeast TMDL DEC Metals in Marine Sediments
Herring Cove Southeast TMDL DEC Residues
Iliuliuk Harbor Southwest TMDL DEC Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Jewel Lake Southcentral TMDL EPA Fecal Coliform
Jordan Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Residues
Jordan Creek Southeast TMDL DEC DO/Sediment
King Cove Southwest TMDL DEC Residues
Klag Bay Southeast TMDL DEC Toxic and other deleterious organic and inorganic substances
Lake Lucille Southcentral TMDL DEC Dissolved Oxygen
Lemon Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Sediment and Turbidity
Little Campbell Creek Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Little Rabbit Creek Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Little Survival Creek Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Matanuska River Southcentral TMDL DEC Residues(debris)
Noyes Slough Interior TMDL DEC Residues
Noyes Slough Interior TMDL DEC Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil and Grease
Pederson Hill Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Pullen Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Toxic and other deleterious organic and inorganic substances
Red Lake Anton Road Pond, or Red Lake/Anton Road Pond Southcentral TMDL DEC Toxic and other deleterious organic and inorganic substances
Ship Creek Southcentral TMDL DEC Fecal Coliform Bacteria
Silver Bay Southeast TMDL DEC Residue and Toxic Substances
Skagway Harbor (West & Central) Southeast TMDL DEC Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Slate Creek Interior TMDL DEC Antimony, Arsenic and Iron
South Unalaska Bay Southwest TMDL EPA Biochemical Oxygen Demand
South Unalaska Bay Southwest TMDL EPA Settleable Solid Residues
Swan Lake Southeast TMDL DEC Debris and Solid Waste
Thorne Bay Southeast TMDL DEC Wood Residues
Udagak Bay of Beaver Inlet Southwest TMDL DEC Residues
Vanderbilt Creek Southeast TMDL DEC Sediment and Turbidity
Ward Cove Southeast TMDL DEC Biochemical Oxygen Demand
Ward Cove Southeast TMDL DEC Residue and Dissolved Oxygen
Most Recently EPA Approved List of Impaired Waters as of 2010
Category 4b Waterbody Listing
Region Category Alaska ID Waterbody Location Area of Concern Water Quality Standard Pollutant Parameters Pollutant Sources
IN 4b 40501-001 Cabin Creek Nabesna 1.5 miles Toxic & Other Deleterious Organic and Inorganic Substances Manganese, Arsenic, Iron, Copper & Cadmium Mine Tailings
SC 4b N/A Exxon Valdez Beaches Prince William Sound – Alaska Peninsula 23 beaches Petroleum Hydrocarbons, Oil & Grease Petroleum Products Oil Spill
SE 4b 10203-808 East Port Frederick NE Chichagof Island 0.4 acres Residues Bark & Woody Debris Log Transfer Facility
SE 4b 10103-031 Fubar Creek Prince of Wales Island N/A Sediment Sediment Timber Harvesting

Scheduled TMDLs

Proposed Alaska TMDL completion date schedule (reflects 2016 Draft Integrated Report)

Note: During TMDL development, it may be determined that a TMDL is not needed if the waterbody has recovered or adequate restoration actions are ongoing.

Alaska’s approved and final TMDLs can be found on the Approved TMDLs tab.

Scheduled TMDLs
Waterbody Region Schedule
Crooked Creek Watershed (partial) Interior/North Slope 2018
Crooked Creek Watershed (partial) Interior/North Slope 2019
Stampede Creek Interior/North Slope 2020
Popof Strait Southcentral 2020
Lake Lucille Southcentral 2021
Salt Chuck Bay Southeast 2022
Little Susitna River Southcentral 2022
Kimshan Cove Southeast 2023
Kenai River Southcentral 2023
Egegik River Southcentral 2024
Kuskokwin River (Red Devil) Interior/North Slope 2024
Katlian River Southeast 2025
Cold Bay Southcentral 2026
Red Devil Creek Interior/North Slope 2025

Regional Contacts

Regional Contacts
Region Contact Phone Email
Interior/Northern/North Slope Chandra McGee (907) 451-2140 chandra.mcgee@alaska.gov
Southeast Gretchen Pikul (907)465-5023 gretchen.pikul@alaska.gov
Southcentral/Kenai Jeanne Swartz (907) 269-7523 jeanne.swartz@alaska.gov
Southcentral/Mat-Su/Southwest Laura Eldred (907)376-1855 laura.eldred@alaska.gov

FAQs about Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

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Just what is a TMDL?
A TMDL identifies the amount of a pollutant that a waterbody can assimilate and maintain compliance with water quality standards. TMDLs include an appropriate margin of safety and identify the level of management needed to reduce pollutant inputs to a level (or “load”) that allows a waterbody to meet its designated uses.
A TMDL is composed of individual wasteload allocations (WLAs) for point sources and load allocations (LAs) for nonpoint sources and background loads. In addition, the TMDL must include a margin of safety (MOS), either implicitly or explicitly, that accounts for the uncertainty in the relationship between pollutant loads and the quality of the receiving waterbody.
What are water quality standards and designated uses?
Water Quality Standards are either numeric or narrative standards used to define the goals for a waterbody by designating its uses, setting criteria to protect those uses, and establishing provisions to protect waterbodies from pollutants. Designated uses specify appropriate water uses to be achieved and protected. Appropriate uses are identified by taking into consideration the use and value of the water body for public water supply, for protection of fish, shellfish, and wildlife, and for recreational, agricultural, industrial, and navigational purposes. In designating uses for a water body, States and Tribes examine the suitability of a water body for the uses based on the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of the water body, its geographical setting and scenic qualities, and economic considerations.
How are TMDLs implemented?
The mechanisms used to address water quality problems after the TMDL is developed can include a combination of best management practices (BMPs) for nonpoint sources and/or effluent limits and monitoring required through Alaska Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (APDES) permits. Municipalities and other stakeholders have the opportunity to apply for grants to assist in funding projects to help reduce water pollution. Using a TMDL approach for water bodies does not replace existing water quality control programs or standard treatment technologies. It provides a framework for evaluating all possible water quality control efforts and promotes closer coordination of local, state, and federal efforts to better guarantee that we collectively meet water quality goals.
How does a TMDL affect my property?
A TMDL is not designed to act as a permitting tool but rather as a tool for assessing the various sources of pollution associated with a waterbody that cause the waterbody not to meet Alaska Water Quality Standards. Municipal and State zoning and ordinances apply as they would in any other permitting situation. However, permitting requirements and enforcement may be much stricter for properties adjacent to a TMDL waterbody depending on the type, duration, and extent of development to take place. Point source permits must be consistent with approved TMDLs.
How is the local community involved in restoring water quality?
The DEC supports the use of a watershed approach to address nonpoint source pollution. A watershed approach is based on the premise that water quality restoration and protection are best addressed through integrated efforts within a defined geographic area. Municipalities, non-governmental organizations, and other interested partners, have the ability to develop waterbody restoration plans and apply for funding to implement such programs. On an annual basis DEC looks for partners to address restoration plans through the Alaska Clean Water Actions (ACWA) program.
What happens if the TMDL plan doesn’t restore water quality?
If monitoring indicates that water quality standards are not being achieved after a plan is approved, DEC has the ability to conduct a formal evaluation to determine if:
  1. The implementation of new and improved management practices are necessary;
  2. Water quality is improving but more time is needed to comply with water quality standards; or
  3. Revisions to the plan are necessary to meet water quality standards.
DEC recognizes that some water quality problems will not be resolved quickly or inexpensively.
How can the public comment on the TMDL?
Alaska has a 30-day public comment period in which anyone is welcome to comment on the TMDL. During this period, news releases are sent out and the copies of the TMDL and public notice are posted on the DEC’s TMDL website. DEC will respond to comments in a “Response to Comments” document prior to submitting the TMDL to EPA for approval.
Region Contact Phone Email
NPS Section Manager/TMDLs Cindy Gilder (907) 269-3066 Cindy.Gilder@alaska.gov
Alaska's 303(d) List of Impaired Waters Drew Grant (907) 465-5304 Drew.Grant@alaska.gov
Regional Contacts
Region Contact Phone Email
Interior/Northern Chandra McGee (907) 451-2140 chandra.mcgee@alaska.gov
Southeast Gretchen Pikul (907) 465-5023 gretchen.pikul@alaska.gov
Southcentral Jeanne Swartz (907) 269-7523 jeanne.swartz@alaska.gov
Mat-Su/Southcentral Laura Eldred (907) 376-1855 laura.eldred@alaska.gov