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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. We meet the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
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Next meeting - Moen Park? check back! also on ZOOM - July 14, 2022 - 7 p.m.
Meeting Docs, Agenda, and Minutes at links in right column; to be updated before meeting. Please join us!
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Meeting ID: 856 9523 7808
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Next Land Use & Transportation Committee Meeting: Thursday, July 7th, 7 pm, Join by Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89869795942?pwd=SW9KZGc0SWg3UW9UUmxYTmw3MVdPdz09
Meeting ID: 898 6979 5942
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Mountain Air Drive extension project - Project website - https://mountainairdrive.com/ then click on 'Meetings' for a recording and to see the presentation (maps) from the 1st Virtual Public Mtg - Oct. 25. [Presentation also filed under 'Meeting Documents' tab at right.]
Meanwhile, don't forget Resilience/Firewise -
Need a Firewise Home Assessment? The Anchorage Fire Department will complete 100 more homes this year - apply now through the AFD Wildfire Mitigation link:
Anchorage Hillside Resilience FireWise Awareness Committee - Meets the 4th Monday of each month at 7PM - next mtg is June 27th. See Resilience link in right column for info on recent meetings and helpful resources.
Land Use & Transportation Committee Meeting - Meets first Thursday of the month, 7 pm, Zoom.
Check out this new 50 cm statewide public imagery data posted to the DNR site:
For more information contact:
Ann Rappoport (907-230-3187) or Michelle Turner (907-351-6342) 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).