The Great Alaskan Earthquake
The 50th anniversary of the Good Friday Earthquake is March 27th
Earthquakes can strike suddenly without warning at any time of the day or night and at any time of the year. Research shows that most injuries during an earthquake are a result of people being hit by falling objects and shattered glass, rather than from collapsed buildings. Injuries can be avoided if people take following appropriate steps:
STANDARD & POOR’S ASSIGNS HIGHEST RATING TO THE MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE
MUNCIPALITY NOW RATED AAA BY S&P
Mayor Dan Sullivan is pleased to announce that the rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has raised the Municipality’s general obligation rating from AA+ to AAA, the highest rating possible by S&P. This rating reaffirms S&P’s confidence in the city’s financial management and its economic outlook.
Property Tax Relief Community Dialogues
I have a question for you: How do we pay for the services that we depend on?
2013 Property Tax Relief Community Dialogues
- Wednesday, Nov. 13 - Bayshore Club House at 5:45 p.m.
- Thursday, Nov. 14 - Embassy Suites at 5:45 p.m.
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2013 State of the City Presentation
The annual State of the City report presented by Mayor Dan Sullivan at the Anchorage Chamber Luncheon
We have a lot to be excited about, see presentation
Mayor Dan Sullivan at Chamber Luncheon
September 11th memorial ceremony
Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial, 5th Ave. & A Street
The Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial Committee, the Alaska State Firefighters Association, and the Alaska Fire Chiefs Association in conjunction with Fire Agencies from across Alaska will be hosting a ceremony on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at the Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial in remembrance of those Alaska Firefighters and Emergency Responders who have died in the line of duty.