|Total Area:||111930.22 sq. miles|
|Land Area:||106992.39 sq. miles|
|Water Area:||4937.83 sq. miles|
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Welcome to Alaska which has a population density of 1 and represents the total number of residents or people per square mile of area that have similar characteristics such as age, ethnicity or gender. Since 2000, has changed 10.83% and has a median age of 33.9 which represents the age that separates the population into 2 distinct groups, half younger and hold older which overalls sums the age distribution of people within this part of Alaska. singles population is 43.05% with 48.14% women and 51.86% are City men.
There are 84 Hospitals listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Hospitals in Alaska.
|Alaska Native Tribal Health||1867 Airport Way # 220||Fairbanks||Alaska||99701||907-451-7551|
|Allakaket Health Clinic||Main St||Allakaket||Alaska||99720||907-968-2248|
|Bartlett Regional Hospital||3260 Hospital Dr||Juneau||Alaska||99801||907-796-8900|
Based on the annual U.S Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) report the state of Alaska has an air quality index of 67.3. The air quality in Alaska, is measured by an air quality measurement station and measures the condition or quality of air and pollutants and based upon relative conditions needed for healthy breathing. The higher the index value, the better the quality of air residents of Alaska will have. The EPA determines the amount of pollutants present in the air in the form of carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, particulates, lead and volatile organic chemicals by keeping a check on the number of ozone alert days.
The quality of Alaska's water is directly affected by 15 factors which includes fish consumption advisories, loss of wetland, urban runoff potential, the propensity of estuarine pollution, usual pollutant targets above permitted limits, change in population, contaminated sediments, agricultural runoff potential, toxics, conventional pollutants, source water for drinking water systems, designated use support, wetland and aquatic species at risk, toxic pollutant loads above permitted limits and hydrologic modification created by dams in this part of Alaska. The water quality in Alaska taking above factors into account is 63.
Alaska superfund site index identifies all the polluted areas of county and highlights the cost of cleanup projects. The federal government funds the superfund of Alaska to eliminate and clean hazardous and toxic wastelands of Alaska and other surrounding cities to ensure a safe and healthy environment of all the citizens of United States.
There are 590 Dentists listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Dentists in Alaska.
|Alaska Orthodontics||1317 Mill Bay Rd||Kodiak||Alaska||99615||907-486-5166|
|Barrow Dental Clinic||1621 Okpik St||Barrow||Alaska||99723||907-852-4544|
|Bering Sea Dental Center||460 Ridgecrest Dr # 209||Bethel||Alaska||99559||907-543-3778|
There are 13 Home Health Care listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Home Health Care in Alaska.
|1st Choice Home Health Care, Inc||159 E Redoubt Avenue||Soldotna||Alaska||99669||907-260-5959|
|Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Hha||1302 21st Avenue, Floor 2||Fairbanks||Alaska||99701||907-458-5410|
|Hospice & Home Care Of Juneau||419 Sixth Street||Juneau||Alaska||99801||907-463-3113|
In Alaska the overall unemployment pace, current job development and potential job growth makes the job market in Alaska. The current work force which is idle is shown by the unemployment rate of 8.30% in Alaska, and this is calculated by the number of citizens who have a job divided by the total number of citizens which consist of the whole labor force of Alaska.
The recent growth of the jobs which shows that Alaska is -1.06% illustrates whether the existing amount of jobs in Alaska over one year of time has increased or decreased. Alaska future job growth and development depicts that there will be a change of 29.58% over the next 10 years, laid on the foundations of the economy's capacity to generate innovative services and goods, the amount of migration and other different aspects such as demand and expansion of technology, energy and gas, and health care industry in Alaska.
It is estimated that in Alaska 13.05% number of people are working in the Business, financial operations and management industry, which also includes the 15.34% proportion of people who work in the service sector of the business such as advertising, public services, health-care, marketing, entertainment, real estate and other types of different service industries in Alaska.
In Alaska forestry, fishing and farming consists of 1.36%, whereas in mining, natural resources and gas extraction, which are the part of the maintenance, construction and extraction industry, the proportion sums up to 11.90%.
In Alaska Material moving, production and Transportation is calculated at 10.72% of the population where as 26.19% represents several occupations in Alaska in the sales and office industry, which comprises of retail, office tools, point-of-sale and sales management positions in Alaska.
The average number of minutes that a citizen requires to travel in Alaska for just a one-way route is 21.3 minutes including 67.25% of those drivers who go alone and 15.47% of those who share transportation. Public transport are used by 1.69% Alaskacitizens.
It has been calculated that around 45.10% people of Alaska travel to their work place in less than 15 minutes, whereas, 36.55% between 15 and 25 minutes and lastly 9.42% number of people travel to their work in between 30 to 44 minutes.
Those citizens of Alaska who work at home consist of 4.17% of the total population.
There are 60 Employment Agencies listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Employment Agencies in Alaska.
|Aes Medsearch||821 N St # 204||Anchorage||Alaska||99501||907-276-5707|
|Alaska Employment Svc||11723 Old Glenn Hwy # B4||Eagle River||Alaska||99577||907-694-6904|
|Alaska Employment Svc||320 E Front St||Nome||Alaska||99762||907-443-2626|
Home appreciation in is approximately -0.82% with negative percentages representing a decline. The percentage of vacant homes meaning unoccupied homes, apartments, mobile homes and rooms occupied as separate quarters is about 14.66%. The average home value in is $202,750 which is not the average price but the median price which is calculated by sorting all home values from the lowest value to the highest value and selecting the middle value because the median value is not affected as much by lower priced homes in Alaska. The average home age in is estimated to be around 26 years old with 54.25% of all homes are actually owned and includes mobile homes, apartments, separate living quarters and occupied rooms. Overall, 31.09% are homes, apartments and mobile homes for rent.
There are 40 Law Enforcement listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Law Enforcement in Alaska.
|Anchorage Police Dept Sub Division||16716 Fire House Ln||Eagle River||Alaska||99577||907-694-2715|
|Chefornak Traditional Council||110 Po Box||Chefornak||Alaska||907-867-8502|
|Chevak Police Dept||136 Po Box||Chevak||Alaska||907-858-7370|
The F.B.I assembles the crime rate of Alaska on an annual basis which is calculated by the number of murders, brutal crimes, non-negligent assassination, law enforcement agencies and property crimes. Any crimes which consist of danger or force such as burglary, non-negligent manslaughter, and provoked assault, forceful rape and murder in Alaska is rated a 6.
The property crimes in Alaska which is rated a 6 is also combined by the Federal Bureau of Investigations and consist of stealing, car theft, fire intentionally set to any property, shoplifting and other crimes that do not involve force or risk to the victim.
There are 2493 Sex Offenders listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Sex Offenders in Alaska.
|Aaron Cleman Humphrey||28560 N Cohoe Loop Rd||Kasilof||Alaska||99610|
|Aaron David Macclellan||716 E 11th Ave #213||Anchorage||Alaska||99501|
|Aaron Kurt Williams||8214 Aspen Ave||Juneau||Alaska||99801|
There are 148 Courts listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Courts in Alaska.
|Alaska Court System||1 Court St||Emmonak||Alaska||99581||907-949-1748|
|Alaska Court System||Po Box 89||Sand Point||Alaska||99661||907-383-3591|
|Alaska Court System||Po Box 269||St Marys||Alaska||99658||907-438-2912|
It has been recorded that on an annual basis Alaska experiences about 29.8 inches in rainfall, 66 inches in snowfall with precipitation for around 135 days and an average of about 121 sunny days categorized as days that are mostly bright. In the month of July around 64 degrees Fahrenheit is the average maximum temperature, while in January the mean lowest temperature is estimated to be 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit.
The comfort index measures comfort or discomfort which are measured on the basis of the conditions of the atmosphere which includes the aspect of humidity and temperature ranges in Alaska; it has been recorded that Alaska, which has an elevation of 280 feet, experiences a comfort index of 87.
The ultraviolet or UV index identifies the contact to the sun's ultraviolet rays and is inclusive of latitude, altitude and sunny days that any city faces and it has been found out that Alaska has the index rating of 1.4.
Alaska spends about $9,857 per student for its school expenditure and has approximately 15.5 students per teacher, 499 students per librarian and 462 students per counselor. Overall, 7.32% of residents and over the age of 25 are 2 year college graduates with an associates degree or 2-year college degree from a community college. Furthermore, over 88.44% of population over the age of 25 have a high school diploma or high school general education degree other wise known as a GED. The percentage of residents over 25 living in with a 4 year college degree is 16.05%
There are 512 Public Schools listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Public Schools in Alaska.
|Abbott Loop Elementary||8427 Lake Otis Pky||Anchorage||Alaska||99507||(907) 742-5400|
|Academy Charter School||801 E Arctic Ave||Palmer||Alaska||99645||(907) 746-2358|
|Adak School||Po Box 2083||Adak||Alaska||99546||(907) 592-3820|
There are 57 Private Schools listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Private Schools in Alaska.
|Anchor Lutheran School||8100 Arctic Blvd||Anchorage||Alaska||99518||(901) 522-3636|
|Bible Baptist Christian School||32 Adak Ave||Fairbanks||Alaska||99701||(907) 452-1407|
|Bible Baptist Church School||Po Box 649||Metlakatla||Alaska||99926||(907) 886-5555|
There are 45 Junior Schools listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Junior Schools in Alaska.
|A E Supplies||124 Aurora Dr||Fairbanks||Alaska||99709||(907) 452-6079|
|Agape Outreach||2515 Mission Rd||North Pole||Alaska||99705||(907) 488-1208|
|Alaska Job Corps Center - Alaska Job Corps Center||800 E Lynn Martin Dr||Palmer||Alaska||99645||(907) 746-8800|
There are 11 Universities listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Universities in Alaska.
|Alaska Bible College||College Rd||Glennallen||Alaska||99588||(822) 320-1221|
|Alaska Christian College||35109 Royal Pl||Soldotna||Alaska||99669||(907) 260-7422|
|Alaska Pacific University||4101 University Dr||Anchorage||Alaska||99508||(907) 561-1266|
There are 59 Technical schools listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Technical schools in Alaska.
|Alaska Brain Injury Network||3745 Community Park Loop||Anchorage||Alaska||99508||(907) 274-2824|
|Alaska's Nautical Training||4855 E Alder Dr||Wasilla||Alaska||99652||(907) 357-1571|
|Delta Mine Training Center||1596 Richardson Ave||Delta Junction||Alaska||99764||(907) 895-2051|
There are 400 Child Day Care listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Child Day Care in Alaska.
|Akiachak Headstart||1st Main St||Akiachak||Alaska||99551||907-825-4120|
|Akiak Early Head Start||Po Box 52107||Akiak||Alaska||99552||907-765-7111|
|Aniak Day Care||Po Box 148||Aniak||Alaska||99557||907-675-4476|
There are 28 Movie Theaters listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Movie Theaters in Alaska.
|20th Century Theatre||222 Front Street||Juneau||Alaska||99801||907-586-4055|
|Alaska Experience Theatre||4th Avenue Market Place, 333 West 4th Avenue||Anchorage||Alaska||99501||907-276-3730|
|Coliseum Theatre - Smc Plaza||1321 Sawmill Creek Road||Sitka||Alaska||99835||907-747-0646|
There are 21 Golf Courses listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Golf Courses in Alaska.
|Bear Valley Golf Course||2 8 Mile Anton Larson Bay Rd Kodiak||Akhiok||Alaska||99615||907-486-7561|
|Birch Ridge Golf Course||Sterling Hwy||Soldotna||Alaska||99669||907-262-5270|
|Black Diamond Golf Course||Mile 247 George Park Hwy Otto Lake Rd||Healy||Alaska||99743||907-683-4653|
There are 234 Pet Services listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Pet Services in Alaska.
|Ada Berry Dvm||3181 Mill Bay Rd||Kodiak||Alaska||99615||907-486-8850|
|Alaska Wildlife Novelties||P.o. Box 1149||Sutton||Alaska||99674||907-745-5433|
|Alyeska Paws Pet Sitting||address not listed||Girdwood||Alaska||99587||907-754-7297|
There are 134 Veterinary listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Veterinary in Alaska.
|Alaska Spca Mobile Spay||address not listed||Palmer||Alaska||99645||907-745-5082|
|All Cratures Veterinary Clinic||4360 Snider Dr||Wasilla||Alaska||99654||907-376-7930|
|Bering Sea Animal Clinic||501 Willow St||Bethel||Alaska||99559||907-543-2823|
There are 59 Post Offices listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Post Offices in Alaska.
|Chickaloon Community Po||address not listed||Chickaloon||Alaska||99674||907-746-0280|
|Pedro Bay Community Post Offic||106 Pedro Bay||Pedro Bay||Alaska||99647||907-850-2330|
|Rampart Post Office||address not listed||Rampart||Alaska||99767||907-358-3114|
There are 1494 Family Services listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Family Services in Alaska.
|A S A'carsarmiut||Po Box 32249||Mountain Village||Alaska||99632||907-591-2428|
|Adult Probation||Po Box 810||Barrow||Alaska||99723||907-852-8700|
|Airport Military Lounge Ymca||Po Box 6272||Elmendorf Afb||Alaska||99506||907-384-9622|
There are 76 Social Services listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Social Services in Alaska.
|Alaska Social Svc Dept||1078 Kiogak # 307||Barrow||Alaska||99723||907-852-3397|
|Child Care Licensing Dept||542 4th Ave # 212||Fairbanks||Alaska||99701||907-451-3198|
|Childrens Services||213 Meals St # 5||Valdez||Alaska||99686||907-835-4789|
There are 8 Homeless Shelters listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Homeless Shelters in Alaska.
|Brother Francis Shelter Kodiak||410 Thorsheim Street||Kodiak||Alaska||99615||907-486-5610|
|Chalet Alley||address not listed||Anchorage||Alaska||907-764-7879|
|Fairbanks Rescue Mission||723 27th Avenue||Fairbanks||Alaska||99701||907-452-5343|
There are 17 Food Banks listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Food Banks in Alaska.
|Chugiak Eagle River Food Pantry||12836 Old Glenn Hwy||Eagle River||Alaska||99577||907-694-5228|
|Copper River Native Association||Po Box H||Copper Center||Alaska||99573||907-822-5241|
|Emergency Assistance And Food Bank Of Valdez Inc||Po Box 848||Valdez||Alaska||99686|
There are 3 Health Clinics listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Health Clinics in Alaska.
|First Medical Center||1301 Huffman Rd # 205||Anchorage||Alaska||99515||907-345-1199|
|Juneau Coalition-pro Choice||Po Box 22860||Juneau||Alaska||99802||907-463-1548|
|Sisitna Surgery Ctr||950 Bogard Rd # 106||Wasilla||Alaska||99654||907-352-2850|
There are 15 Free Clinics listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Free Clinics in Alaska.
|Front St Homeless Clinic/juneau||225 Front St.||Juneau||Alaska||99801||907-463-4201|
|Haines Health Center||131 1st Streetsouth||Haines||Alaska||99827||907-766-2521|
|Se Alaska Regional Health Consortium||222 Tongass Dr.||Sitka||Alaska||99835||907-966-8717|
There are 140 Campgrounds listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Campgrounds in Alaska.
|A Fisherman's Resort Rv Cabins||1302 Ocean Drive||Homer||Alaska||99603||877-235-9600|
|Alaska Canoe Campground||35292 Sterling Hwy||Sterling||Alaska||907-262-3583|
|Alaskan Angler Rv Resort Charters||15640 Kingsley Rd||Ninilchik||Alaska||907-567-3393|
There are 90 Wifi Hotspots listed in Alaska. Click on a link below to see a full profile and description of one of these Wifi Hotspots in Alaska.
|Aspen Hotel College||4580 Old Airport Rd||College||Alaska||99709||907-457-2288|
|Aspen Hotel Soldotna||298 S Binkley St||Soldotna||Alaska||99669||907-260-7736|
|Atlanta Bread Company||50 E Rivercenter Blvd||Covington||Alaska||41011||907-332-7000|
The cost of living in Alaska identifies the cost of affording a suitable standard of living and is measured by contrasting the cost of goods and services such as utilities, accommodation, medical facilities, food and groceries, transportation, and a range of other expenditures including local and state taxes, apparel and amusement; it has been revealed that Alaska has around 123 cost of living.
With the exclusion of restaurant expenses, the average cost of groceries and food items is around 137. On an average, a person residing in Alaska pays around 129 for the facilities of electricity, heating, air conditioning and natural gas. Other necessary costs including maintenance, cost of eating out, entertainment and other services cost around 119 in Alaska
Within Alaska there is a variety of housing units that have been built over a number of years. The years that the housing units were built range from pre 1939 until 2005. 1.83% of the housing units were built in 1939 or some other unidentified time before that. During this period was also seen the biggest percentage of housing units being built overall the year categories.
After this time frame, the housing units being built began to decrease. The years 1940 and 1949 2.27% of the housing units were built. Between the years of 1950 and 1959 5.91% of the housing units were built. The years between 1960 and 1969 plunged to an even lower percentage of structures being built with a total of 10.10%.
1970 to 1979 saw a small increase again to 25.03% and again a bigger increase of 26.53% between the years of 1980 and 1989. For the next few years, during the time frame 1990 to 1994 the figures continued to increase until it reaches the highest since 1939; with a 5.85% growth in housing stock.
However, between the years 1995 and 1998 there was a big decrease in the figures again. Only 7.33% of housing units were constructed in this period of time in Alaska. There was a further dip in housing structures being built between 1999 and 2000 to 15.13%.
Within Alaska there are of housing units with different values. There is a total of 2.59% of the housing units worth less than $20,000 dollars. The $20,000 to $39.999 house value category has a total of 3.84%.
The category of housing with the highest numbers at that value range is the $40,000 to $59,000 with 3.22%. Second highest is the $60,000 to $79,999 value range with 2.96%.
Next is the $80,000 dollar to $99,999 dollar range which reduces down to 3.13%. The next category has a slightly higher percentage with 12.70% of the housing structures having a value of between $100,000 to $149,000. Not surprising perhaps, as the house values increase in the last few categories, the percentage totals in Alaska go down.
16.31% of houses are valued at between $150,000 and $199,999 and only 33.11% of housing units are valued from $200,000 and $299,999 dollars.
There is a slight increase in the next category with 13.06% valued between $300,000 and $399,999. The value of structures between $400,000 and $499,000 totals 4.63%. Finally 3.12% have a value of $500,000 and $749,999 and only 0.59% are valued at $1,000,000 or above.
In Alaska there is a total religious distribution of 32.27%. The smallest number of people identified with a religious denomination, was Islam with only one person. Someone who follows this faith system is called a Muslim and they believe in one God, Allah. The Koran is believed to be Gods actual direct words written down on paper for his believers to follow.
The number of people in Alaska who said they were Jewish came to a total of 0.46% people. The faith that they follow though is known as Judaism. Judaism could be said to be about following a way of life set down by God in the Tanaka and Talmud; religious scrolls. They also believe God is the one true God.
There were 9.27% people who identified themselves as being a Christian Other. The Christian other groups are those who define themselves outside the other more traditional or well-known Christian churches. For example smaller churches such as Fundamentalist Christianity who may have stronger views. Or there can be Christian churches who untie together as one Christians believe in the one God the Father and generally the Son and The Holy Spirit, however what they believe and how they believe it varies considerably form Church denomination to church denomination.
People who said that they were Presbyterian amounted to 0.77% and those who were Methodist came to 0.61%. The Presbyterian Church was formed in Scotland and the Methodist Church has its roots with John Wesley an English minister, they are both Christian Churches. They both believe in the sovereignty of God but they have their own way of expressing this to and in the world. They are generally speaking more traditional than some other Christian denominations.
Lutherans again a Christian church, totaled 2.17% and this denomination was founded by Martin Luther a German minister. Pentecostals are a group of churches with perhaps more evangelical or charismatic beliefs of God, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit. The holy trinity; the three in one. Pentecostals numbered 2.60% in Alaska. Episcopalians, another Christian Denomination totaled 0.67% and the total number of Baptists was 4.18%. As the name suggests there is a connection with Baptism. One of the main beliefs in the Baptist Church is that they believe that babies, young children or adults who do not believe in the one true God as savior should not be baptized. (The term Baptist Church in itself covers a wide range of differing sub beliefs across different churches in different places).
LDS, the Latter Day Saints, came to 3.31% and is a well-known church with Christian principles. Someone who attends the LDS is called a Mormon and the church was founded by Joseph Smith. The number of Protestants another Christian, generally a traditional church came to 0.00%. The people who said they were Catholic had the highest total in this religious distribution category in Alaska with 7.97%. Catholics total the biggest denomination in the work with the Pope as their spiritual leader. This is one of the oldest known Christian based churches in history.
The political Distribution in Alaska is made up from 59.420% Republicans. 37.890% Democrats, and 2.686% Independents.
The Republican Party, with the largest percentage of members in Alaska, is one of the longest running political parties in the US. It is widely known as a political party with strong conservative ideals and belief. The Republican Party is considered as being center right in terms of its politics and was founded on anti-slavery principles. Today, The Republican Party, also known as the Grand Old Party, and is one of the big two in US politics. The Democratic Party is the other leading party and is politically positioned center left in terms of its ideals and beliefs. The Democratic Party is not only one of the longest running political parties in the US but in the word as well.
Independent parties have always been a part of the political makeup in the US and are synonymous within the American political system. They are still quite varied in terms of political beliefs and ideals to this day. They range from parties such as the Nationalist Socialist movement, The Green Party, The Boston Tea Party, The Independent Party and the American Party.
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