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Southeast Alaska Area

The Southeast Alaska Area Contingency Plan (SEAK ACP) represents a coordinated and cooperative effort by government agencies. This document contains information applicable to pollution response within the Southeast Alaska Captain of the Port (COTP) Zone. The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) have written this Area Contingency Plan jointly. It meets the pollution response contingency planning requirements under the National Contingency Plan (NCP) and the Alaska Regional Contingency Plan (RCP) applicable to the State and Federal government.

Plan Documents

The Southeast Alaska Area Contingency Plan (PDF 8.33M)

Last update: September 2018

Area Map (click image to expand)

The Southeast Alaska Area mimics the Captain of the Port Zone and extends seaward from the coastline 200 nautical miles to the Economic Exclusion Zone. The Area also extends inland 1,000 yards. The following geographic zones lie partially within the Southeast Alaska Area:

  • 1 - Southeast Alaska

Outreach Opportunities

Next Area Committee Meeting: January 16, 2020, Ketchikan, AK. For more information contact Area Secretary Kathy Hamblett, Kathy.A.Hamblett@uscg.mil.

For information regarding meeting locations and agendas, visit the Alaska Regional Response Team website

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