Welcome to your

Old Seward/Oceanview

Community Council


It’s time to get back to the meaning of community as we go to 

“In-person” & “Zoom” hybrid meetings.



The next meeting of your Community Council will be a hybrid meeting on 


Friday, July 12, 2024, 6:30 p.m.


 Join us In-Person at Rabbit Creek Church,

 Huffman Campus located at 

 12100 Old Seward Hwy

- or - 

 by Zoom if you can’t make it to the meeting


Join the Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 844 5795 0064


To see the map of the current “Old Seward/Oceanview Boundaries,” select the link on the menu to the right or click here.



Join us for a presentation by Anchorage Fire Department on the

“Ready, Set, Go” program. 

How to prepare if there is a wildland fire in our community?




Project Anchorage

Project Anchorage is an initiative put forward by a coalition of Anchorage businesses and business leaders to make Anchorage a better place to live, work and play. The initiative would implement a 3% sales tax to be dedicated as follows:

  • Two thirds of the revenue would go dollar for dollar to lower property taxes, increase housing affordability and make Anchorage a more attractive place to live and do business.
  • One third of the revenue would fund projects that make Anchorage a better place to live, work and play. 



Anchorage 2040 Land Use Plan Boundary Map


It is important to keep up with future planning for Anchorage.  Below are links to interactive maps for the “2040 Land Use Planning (LUP) Map” and a map showing the “June 5, 2017 Planning and Zoning Commission (PZC) Draft of the 2040 Land Use Plan” including areas of Initial Priority Reinvestment Focus Areas, Candidates Future Reinvestment Areas, and Targeted Area Rezonings to name a few.

2040 Land Use Planning Areas of Growth and Change



June 5, 2017, PLC Draft 2040 LUP showing Areas of

Growth and Change




JBER to welcome Thunderbirds, Joint Forces Demo at

Arctic Thunder Open House


JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson will host the biannual Arctic Thunder Open House July 20 and 21, 2024, with the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds, headlining the event along with other military and civilian air acts.

The Thunderbirds' F-16 Fighting Falcons, a multi-role fighter jet, will perform formation flying and solo routines. They have been one of the top draws to air shows throughout the U.S. and around the world since 1953.

“This is our opportunity, every two years, to open our gates to the public and invite the community in to show them, up close, what we do every day,” said U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Lee Morgan, director of ATOH 2024. “It is an incredible opportunity for us to interact with the community which is so supportive of our military. It allows our Airmen and Soldiers the opportunity to shake your hand, say ‘thank you,’ and inspire the people of Alaska who inspire us every day.”


The theme for ATOH 2024 is


“Honoring Legacy…. Inspiring the Next Generation.”






We would especially like to meet you at our in-person meeting at Rabbit Creek Church – Huffman Campus, 12100 Old Seward Highway, enter the meeting through the double doors.  Free parking and there’s a coffee stand in the parking lot.  Together we will learn about what’s going on in our community and city.  


The Council's purpose is to provide a direct and continuing means of citizen participation in local affairs. You will be able to communicate with: your neighbors, community patrol, assembly member, Anchorage Fire Department, Anchorage School Board, and our District 10-E legislators. This is your opportunity to learn and ask questions.


The draft Agenda will be posted the week of the meeting.


Other items on the agenda include the Alaska Railroad Trail on the Easement, the Eldon Subdivision Water & Sewer improvements, the Clean Slate Strategy and Housing & Homelessness as it relates to our community, and Capital Improvement Projects for 2024/2025.


If you are new to the community or have lived here for decades, this is where you can get involved! No commitment required and it’s free to attend! 


To see the map of the current “Old Seward/Oceanview Boundaries,” select the link on the menu to the right or click here.



We welcome member input! Any resident, property owner, or business located within the boundaries of the Council is a member of OSOVCC (see the map).  


Members are eligible to vote at the November meeting.  See the Bylaws on the menu, linked at the right, for detailed information. 


To receive notices of meetings and other community alerts, please go to the bottom of this page and select: Sign-Up Link.


Agenda and Minutes:

On the menu at the right, select “Agenda” and “Minutes” to see both prior to our meeting.




Our meeting starts at 6:30 pm and each person must be added to the Zoom meeting individually.  Please log-in to the Zoom meeting at 6:15 pm to make the process efficient.  Enter your First Name and Last Initial.  Be prepared to provide the name of the street, within the Community Council boundary, that you live on.



Mark Your Calendar - 2024 Meeting Schedule


Upcoming “In-person” and Zoom meetings will be bi-monthly, 6:30-8:00 pm, as follows: 


January 12, 2024 

March 8, 2024

May 10, 2024

July 12, 2024

September 13, 2024

November 8, 2024



Anchorage Resources

  • Anchorage Safety Patrol Dispatch: 907-343-4006
  • Code Enforcement: 907-343-4141
  • Graffiti Busters: 907-343-4663
  • Potholes: 907-343-6363
  • Street Light Repair: 907-343-4557
  • Street Maintenance: 907-343-8277


Community Councils Center


Community Patrols


Chugiak Eagle River Advisory Board


Federation of Community Councils