ALL emergencies: CALL 911 for police, medical, fire.
Anchorage – quick links from the Mayor’s office on down on muni.org.
Big Wild Life
- Aggressive Moose (What to do)
- Animal Control – 343-8118
- Bear Awareness – Bear resistant trash containers from Alaska Waste or call 563-3717.
- Report a Bear Sighting
Report municipal code violations — or call 343-4141 – for Roads & Drainage, Health & Sanitation, Noise, Air Pollution, Fire, Water Pollution, Septic & Wells, Unsafe Buildings, Fences & Signs, Junk Vehicles, Land Use & Zoning, Garbage.
Crime – CALL 911 for all emergencies: first responders: police, medical, fire.
- Non-Emergency Dispatch – 786-8900. When the menu starts, select ‘0’ (zero) to bypass the menu. This will take you to a Call-Taker or a Dispatcher within the APD Dispatch Center.
- APD Records – 786-8600 – to report anything AFTER THE FACT, and/or to report such things as stolen property when there is no witness or suspect information.
- APD’s website
- File a Police Report online. You can report Lost Property, Identity Theft, Fraud, Theft from Vehicle, Harassing Phone Calls and Vandalism. Note that you can now file reports of vandalism and damage to municipal property IF there is NO suspect information available.
- Courtview – search any name in the Alaska state court system (except juvenile criminal or OCS cases.
- Crime Maps and e-mail crime alerts.
- CrimeStoppers – 561-7867 – to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward.
- Neighborhood Crime Watch 786-8585
- Sex Offender Registry (find out about ALL persons required to register with the State of Alaska due to their conviction for Sexual Assault, Sex Abuse of a Minor or Kidnap).
- Trail Watch
Emergency Watch Program – a neighborhood preparedness program
Employment and Training for Teenagers
Fix-it, please! (Include location of problem; cell phone photos with GPS help.)
- Graffiti Busters or call Hotline: 343-GONE (343-4663) or FAX 343-8048
- Parks & Trails maintenance
- Potholes or call Hotline: 343-MEND (6363)
- Streetlight outage or call Street Light Maintenance 343-4557
Chugach Electric 762-7676
Municipal Light & Power 263-5281
Matanuska Electric 694-2161
(If you don’t know which utility is responsible, call the Street Light Maintenance line and they will relay the repair request)
Gardening, Plants, Weeds, Yard Care
- Alaska Botanical Garden, just outside our boundaries, the gardens are a wonderful community resource
- Cooperative Extension Service, Anchorage Extension Office
Ombudsman—Municipality of Anchorage
Pets—Lost, Found, Strayed, Wanted, Adoptable, etc.
- Anchorage Animal Care & Control
- Barking dogs
- Friends of Pets
- Kitty and K9 Connection
- Lost pets
- Recreation access permits are required for entry to JBER-Fort Richardson lands and trails behind our subdivisions. Visit their iSportsman website for more information.
- Trail Watch: Keeping Trails Safe for Family, Friends and Visitors. As a trail user, you have the opportunity to report litter, vandalism, safety hazards, suspicious activities, and crimes.
Recycling, Renewables, Refuse
- Anchorage to Zero Waste—Your Downloadable Guide to Zero Waste In Anchorage. Everything you wanted to know about recycling in one place!
- ALPAR – Anchorage Recycling Center (6161 Rosewood Street)
- Alaska Waste
- Greenstar, Inc. Anchor-Is-11481
- Hazardous Waste Collection
- How to recycle anything (almost) and how to dispose of the rest
- Solid Waste Services
- Total Reclaim for Computers & Electronics, Refrigerants & Appliances
- Woodlots—Take brush to a wood lot instead of the dump; get firewood and wood chips here. For more information, visit the ASWCD website or call 677-SOIL (7645) for more information.
- Yellow Pages and phone books opt out
- Eagle Scout Projects: To earn an Eagle Scout Badge, candidates must complete a project that is considered worthwhile and lasting and they must complete it before turning 18. These young men present and receive approval for ideas to the Boy Scout Council with some projects within our parks and trails.
- Friends of Chugach Foothills Park. Volunteers are needed for the watering crew to water the flower barrels in the park. You can use the contact form to volunteer.
- Volunteen—for youths 12–16 who want to give back to their community. The teens gain a broad range of work experience including gardening, painting, park maintenance and special projects. Registration begins in May.
Wildfire Mitigation–Information on brush fires, burn permits, community fire planning, firewise landscaping, and more.