Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites
State law [AS 46.03.550(b)] requires the Department of Environmental Conservation to maintain a list of the properties that have been identified as illegal drug manufacturing sites by Alaska law enforcement agencies. Sec. 19. AS 46.03.500(f), effective date June 3, 2006, specifies that the list must contain the parcel identification number, legal description, and physical address and owner's name at the time the notice was issued.
The properties listed below are former illegal drug manufacturing sites. A date in the Fit-For-Use column indicates that the property has been certified as "fit-for-use" in accordance with 18 AAC 79. In accordance with AS 46.03.550(b), properties will remain on this list for a period of 5 years after it is determined that the property is fit for use and shall be removed from the lists or databases within three months after the five-year period has elapsed.
In certain instances some Alaska properties may not be included on the DEC Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites properties list, but will be included on a “Drug Labs in the United States” list maintained by the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) found at the following link. These properties may have not been reported to DEC, so an Alaska Fit-for-Use evaluation has not been performed. For a list of sites maintained by the DEA, visit: DEA List of Drug Labs in Alaska.
|List Date||Fit-For-Use-Date||Owner Address||Property Address||Legal Description|
Abbreviations used on this page:
|Subd: Subdivision||Hwy: Highway||Rm: Room||Rd: Road||Apt: Apartment|
|Blk: Block||Hghts: Heights||Est: Estates||Dist: District|