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Welcome to the Rabbit Creek Community Council
The Council’s purpose is to provide a direct and continuing means of citizen participation in local affairs.
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The next regular meeting is
September 10th, 2020 at 7 PM
More instructions are in the agenda or in the menu to the right under "Current Agenda".
NEW! Check our "Other Docs for Meeting" tab at right for info on the next meeting:
* To be updated prior to the meeting.
The Anchorage Health Department has released their draft annual Housing and Comunity Development Action Plan: https://tinyurl.com/CSDActionPlan2019
Public comments are due 8/18/20 - see 'Other Docs' tab for full Public Notice
To see RCCC's final recommendations to the Municipality of Anchorage for the 2021 Capitol Improvement Projects Survey, see: https://www.muni.org/communitycouncilsurveys/homepage/
then scroll down and click on "Rabbit Creek."
We encourage neighbors to cleanup around homes to make them "FireWise". Check the Resilience Committee Folder for additional resources.
Contribute to the Moen Park Challenge Grant to provide exercise equipment for larger kids and adults, signage, and a little free library: https://apf.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/list?showlist=1
For more info or to contribute hours, equipment time or materials: Grace at email@example.com
For more information contact:
Ann Rappoport (230-3187) or Ky Holland (727-2735) RCCC Co-Chairs
Mailing Address: 1057 West Fireweed Lane, Suite 100 / Anchorage, AK 99503
Any resident, property owner, or business located within the boundaries of the Council is welcome at all meetings. Qualified residents and owners become eligible to vote after attending at least one RCCC meeting within the previous 12 months. Donations are appreciated to help cover overhead costs. We welcome citizen input! To received notices of meetings and other community alerts, please go to this Sign-Up link.
The RCCC area is bounded by Chugach State Park on the south, New Seward Hwy on the west, DeArmoun Rd on the north, and shares its eastern border with Bear Valley Community Council (including portions of Storck Park and the Bear Valley Elementary School).