Chanshtnu Muldoon Neighborhood Skating Party

Chanshtnu Muldoon Neighborhood Skating Party. Skate with the Seawolves, the UAA Hockey Team

Monday, January 15, from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. at Chanshtnu Muldoon Park
1301 Muldoon Road (at DeBarr)
Sponsored by Northeast Community Council, Scenic Foothills Community Council, Anchorage Parks & Recreation and Anchorage Park Foundation.

Grab your skates and head to East Anchorage’s newest park, Chanshtnu Muldoon, to check out the new ice skating loop and inclusive playground! We’ll be celebrating with hot chocolate, music, and the UAA Seawolves. Join us for this free, family-friendly event!

Monday, January 15 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
Noon-2pm
Chanshtnu Muldoon Park (1301 Muldoon Road)

How to get there:
Find this beautiful new park at the southeast corner of the Muldoon and Debarr Road intersection, south of the Muldoon Mall. Take the new People Mover Bus Routes 10 or 25!

NO January Scenic Foothills Community Council meeting

Happy New Year! January SFCC meeting is canceled. Our usual meeting place at Wayland Baptist University is closed for the holidays and we will resume meetings there February 1.

In the meantime, the Chugach Foothills Park Advisory Committee met December 28 to plan for next summer’s playground upgrade. More meetings will be scheduled over the next few weeks if you missed it.

If you live close to this popular neighborhood park or spend time in it, we urge you to take the survey to guide the Chugach Foothills Park playground advisory committee. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ChugachPLAY

To receive updates on this 2018 park upgrade, send e-mail to sfcc@alaska.net. See new Chugach Foothills Park page on ilovemuldoon.com for more information.

Survey: Capital Improvement Project Priorities, FY 2018 & beyond

Your input is requested by May 24th to guide our Scenic Foothills Community Council in setting priorities for future capital funding requests for streets, storm drains, parks trails, etc. The Municipality has provided a list of proposed capital improvement projects in three funding categories: (Anchorage Project Management & Engineering, State of Alaska, Anchorage Parks & Recreation). Funding is via bonding and state and federal grants.

Please look over the list and take a brief (3-question) online Capital Improvement Projects Survey to rank these items in order of importance. There is a place to suggest other projects if you think they are more urgently needed. This will guide the SFCC board in setting funding priorities for the next fiscal year and beyond.

The survey allows one set of answers per computer. The survey may also be completed with mobile devices. The last question requests name, street address and e-mail address to help update Scenic Foothills Community Council mailing lists. Data won’t be shared or sold.

If unable to complete the survey online, please send name, street address and e-mail address to sfcc@alaska.net for alternate method.