The Ted Stevens Statewide Map

In 2017, the Ted Stevens Foundation with help from Northwest Strategies created an interactive map designed to tell the story of Senator Steven’s lasting impact on Alaska. Each pin brings to view projects in that community Senator Stevens secured federal funding for or championed along the way throughout his 40 years serving Alaska in the United States Senate. The Ted Stevens Statewide Map is an evolving project in conjunction with the curating the Senator’s official papers.

“There is nothing that has happened in my lifetime, there is nothing that has happened since statehood, that Ted Stevens did not touch, that he did not build, did not create.” Senator Lisa Murkowski

ADAK

  • Adak base support ($7.5 million)
  • Adak facilities relocation ($5 million)
  • OEA – Adak airfield operations ($1,000,000)
  • Adak Airport operations improvement ($3.4 million)
  • Adak Airport, upgrade instrument approach lighting ($1.9 million)

ANCHORAGE

  • 2001 Special Olympics World Winter Games $2.2 million)
  • Special Olympics in Anchorage to develop Ben Boeke Arena and Hilltop Ski Area ($4 million)
  • Alaska Native Heritage Center ($2.5 million)
  • Alaska Center for Independent Living ($600,000)
  • Alaska Native Justice Center ($2 million)
  • The Imaginarium, Anchorage, science and math education ($100,000)
  • Veterans Wheelchair Games in Alaska ($300,000)
  • Alaska Educational Services for its Youth Summer Challenge Program ($475,000)
  • Anchorage International Airport hangars – Phase I ($536,000)
  • Anchorage International Airport hangars – Phase II ($5 million)
  • Alaska Biological Science Center ($900,000)
  • Air National Guard, Kulis ANGB, Pararescue training complex ($650,000)
  • Bird TLC construction of Potter’s Marsh Conservation Center ($450,000)
  • Alaska Humanities Forum, Inc. in Anchorage ($1 million)
  • Water/sewer improvements in the Chugiak area ($3.75 million)
  • Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network ($4 million)
  • Koahnic Broadcasting ($300,000)
  • Alaska Pacific University for the restoration of a historic property in Anchorage ($3 million)
  • Anchorage Harbor deepening ($400,000)
  • YWCA of Anchorage, after school programs ($500,000)
  • PARENTS, Inc., Anchorage, mentoring program ($500,000)
  • United Way Community Services facility ($1.25 million)
  • Alaska Zoo expansion ($1.5 million)
  • Chester Creek salmon run restoration ($2 million)
  • Anchorage Museum ($2.5 million)
  • Anchorage Museum of History and Art and Alaska Humanities Forum to develop curriculum on Alaskan culture and art for Alaska schools ($250,000)
  • Bus and rail transfer facility ($2.95 million)
  • Rasmuson Foundation for housing redevelopment
  • C Street railroad bypass ($2 million)
  • Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum improvements ($250,000)
  • West Anchorage water and sewer upgrades ($2 million)
  • Municipality of Anchorage for response to illegal drug and alcohol use for homeless veterans ($2 million)
  • Anchorage Sexual Response Assault Team to investigate and prosecute rapes ($2 million)
  • YMCA of Anchorage for after-school activities for at-risk teens ($250,000)
  • Stone Soup Group to expand services to FAS/FAE children and their families ($300,000)
  • Anchorage Museum of History and Art and Alaska Humanities Forum to develop curriculum on AK culture and art for schools ($200,000)
  • Alaska Pacific University to support training of Natives as teachers through Rural Alaska Native Adult Programs ($300,000)
  • Alaska Education Services for East Anchorage Youth in Peril Program ($475,000)
  • Alaska Humanities Forum bring authors to rural school district to promote literacy skills ($50,000)
  • Municipality of Anchorage for comprehensive substance abuse treatment services ($500,000)
  • Imaginarium Science Center to develop science exhibits and distance delivery modules ($50,000)
  • Anchorage School District for program for limited English proficiency students ($500,000)
  • Akeela, Inc. Re-Entry Program, Anchorage, to increase retention  ($200,000)
  • Municipality of Anchorage in consultation with Cook Inlet Tribal Council and Anchorage Women’s Commission ($1 million)
  • Alaska Children’s Services of Anchorage for operations of programs to serve needs of at-risk youth ($300,000)
  • Alaska Moving Image Preservation Association, Anchorage to digitize files/photos/videos of Alaskan history ($50,000)
  • United Way of Anchorage, to support shelters for victims of domestic violence  ($250,000)
  • Port of Anchorage intermodal facility ($1.5 million)
  • Ship Creek improvements ($1 million)
  • Kincaid Park trail connection ($900,000)
  • Port of Anchorage Army Development Staging Area ($5 million)
  • Municipality of Anchorage to remove dead and dying trees caused by Spruce Bark beetle ($500,000)
  • Municipality of Anchorage for Anchorage Soil and Water District Firewise Program ($1 million)
  • Chugiak Senior Citizens, Inc., facilities and equipment ($100,000)
  • Alaska Native Medical Center ($1 million)
  • Alaska Psychiatric Institute for Telebehavioral Health Project ($400,000)
  • Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network to support activities of Alaska Telemedicine Advisory Committee ($300,000)
  • Alaska Family Practice Residency Program to support family practice residency programs ($500,000)
  • Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, with Koahnic Broadcasting Corporation for Elders Oral History Project ($300,000)
  • Re-Inventing School Coalition of Anchorage, to expand Alaska Quality Schools Model ($500,000)
  • Alaska Educational Services for Youth Summer Challenge Program ($475,000)
  • Alaska Hospitality Alliance Education Foundation for high school hospitality industry training programs ($100,000)
  • Alaska Humanities Forum to produce and deliver Alaska history curriculum ($600,000)
  • City of Anchorage, for support of the Veterans Wheelchair Games in Alaska ($300,000)
  • Challenge Alaska for comprehensive recreation program benefiting people and families with disabilities ($200,000)
  • Anchorage School District, to implement PLATO Learning Program ($200,000)
  • Anchorage’s Promise to implement America’s promise child mentoring and support program ($100,000)
  • Covenant House Alaska construction ($1 million)
  • Covenant House Alaska to expand services to runaway and homeless youth ($300,000)
  • Lung Association with Asthma and Allergy Foundation of Alaska and Alaska Native Health Board for programs to prevent lung disease stemming from tobacco ($500,000)
  • Salvation Army of Anchorage to support detox programs at the Clitheroe Center ($500,000)
  • Akeela, Inc. to continue Re-Entry Program for newly released prisoners with substance abuse problems ($200,000)
  • United Way of Anchorage, for 211 Project to develop resources for people with substance abuse, mental illness and homelessness ($600,000)
  • Anchorage International Airport, laser lines of tug roads and Lake Hood Seaplane Base ($1.4 million)
  • Management for the Pacific Alaska Regional Archives Facility ($3 million)
  • Paratransit and disability improvements ($1.5 million)
  • Ship Creek Intermodal facility ($2.5 million)
  • Anchorage Museum/Transit Intermodal Depot ($1.5 million)
  • Alaska Native Medical Center Intermodal Bus/Parking Facility ($2 million)
  • Port of Anchorage intermodal facility ($2.5 million)
  • Alzheimer Disease Resource Agency of Alaska for capital improvements to facility to provide in home care services, respite care, and training of personal care attendants ($200,000)
  • Municipality of Anchorage for costs associated with construction of recreational facility ($950,000)
  • Alaska Botanical Garden expansions and renovations ($150,000)
  • Special Olympics for construction of a training center for disabled children ($500,000)
  • Kincaid Park Training Center construction ($500,000)
  • Friends of Eagle River Nature Center, Inc. community visitor center ($150,000)
  • Covenant House in Anchorage, Alaska for capital improvements ($590,000)
  • Sand Lake water extension ($1.3 million)
  • Bean’s Cafe for expansion of kitchen ($400,000)
  • Adolescent Residential Center for Help (ARCH) –  Volunteers of America Alaska

BARROW

  • Weather radio transmitters ($100,000)
  • Barrow Coastal Storm Damage reduction ($100,000)
  • North Slope Borough School District early childhood education program ($300,000)
  • Barrow landfill ($3 million)
  • Ilisagvik College ($800,000)
  • Barrow Hospital, land acquisition and planning ($3 million)
  • Ilisagvik College to improve access to distance education courses ($250,000)
  • Barrow Arctic Research Center ($14.5 million)

BETHEL

  • Approach Lighting System Improvement Program, Bethel Airport ($1.5 million)
  • Bethel Native Corp. ($464,000)
  • National Guard Readiness Center ($500,000)
  • Bank stabilization ($3 million)
  • Denali Commission, psychiatric treatment facility ($10 million)
  • Army Guard Aviation Operations facility ($4.6 million)
  • People’s Regional Learning Center vocational school and dormitories ($500,000)

CORDOVA

  • Visitor center ($300,000)
  • Ice detecting radar ($650,000)
  • Community Center ($1 million)
  • Cordova Harbor ($540,000)

CRAIG

  • Craig School District, construction ($2.6 million)
  • City of Craig Marine Industrial Park ($202,500)
  • Road improvements ($1 million)
  • Transit Service Job Access and Reverse Commute Program ($50,000)
  • Craig Harbor project ($100,000
  • Roads ($1 million)
  • Craig/Klawock Airport improvements ($500,000)

DENALI

  • Denali National Park and Preserve ($3.2 million)
  • Denali National Park and Preserve visitor facility ($6.5 million)
  • Denali National Park and Preserve front country ($450,000)
  • Denali Depot intermodal facility ($3.2 million)
  • Eielson Visitor Center ($7.2 million)
  • Rehabilitate powerhouse ($2 million)
  • Riley Creek utilities rehabilitation ($4.15 million)
  • Great Alaska Council, Boy Scouts of America for construction of the Denali High Adventure Scout Base ($950,000)

DILLINGHAM

  • Bank stabilization ($5 million)
  • Small Boat dock ($3 million)
  • Emergency bank project ($3 million)
  • Dillingham Middle/High School gymnasium repairs ($500,000)

DUTCH HARBOR / UNALASKA

  • Unalaska pier ($8 million)
  • Unalaska Airport runway extension ($2 million)
  • Aleutian World War II National Historic Area ($100,000)
  • Unalaska Aerology Building ($100,000)
  • Unalaska Airport, terminal facility ($1 million)
  • Unalaska Harbor ($1 million)

EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE

  • Defense-Wide, Hydrant Fuel System ($17 million)
  • Joint Mobility Complex ($25 million)
  • Weapons Release System Facility ($4.65 million)
  • KC-135 Parking Ramp ($3.06 million)
  • Runway repairs ($10.666 million)
  • Utilidors ($10 million)
  • Security forces facility ($1 million)
  • Blair Lakes Range Maintenance Complex ($19.5 million)
  • Joint Security Forces Complex ($15.8 million)
  • Boiler rehabilitation ($4 million)
  • Base Engineering Maintenance Facility ($4.4 million)
  • Aircraft engine shop ($2.55 million)
  • Conventional Munitions shop ($3.9 million)
  • Potable water storage ($6 million)

ELMENDORF / FORT RICHARDSON (NOW JBER)

  • Construct C-130 Parking Ramp ($13 million)
  • Hydrant Fuel System ($18.8 million)
  • Elmendorf transportation infrastructure ($10.2 million)
  • Ready Building ($1.5 million)
  • Elmendorf Family housing ($7.6 million) and dormitory ($12 million)
  • Child Development Center ($7.66 million)
  • Whole Barracks Complex Renewal ($12.4 million)
  • MOUT facility ($18 million)
  • Alter Roadway Davis Highway ($9.5 million)
  • CSMS/MATES ($10.9 million)
  • Avionics shop, Elmendorf ($540,000)
  • Fort Richardson, Camp Denali water system ($600,000)
  • Elmendorf wide-body aircraft hangar ($2.7 million)
  • Fort Richardson community center ($15 million)
  • Elmendorf Community Center enhancements ($500,000)
  • Vehicle maintenance shop, Fort Richardson ($2.5 million)
  • Alaska Command HQ repairs ($3 million)
  • Replace working dog kennel, Elmendorf ($1.4 million)
  • Fort Richardson biathlon trail upgrade ($1 million)
  • Large airframe maintenance hangar, Elmendorf ($26 million)
  • Elmendorf utility upgrade ($1 million)
  • Elmendorf ramp upgrade ($4 million)
  • Elmendorf fuel farm ($3 million)
  • Elmendorf electrical systems upgrade ($6.1 million)

FAIRBANKS

  • Police radio and telecommunications system ($1 million)
  • Noel Wien Memorial Library in Fairbanks ($350,000)
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks Museum ($3.5 million)
  • Fairbanks International Airport improvements, ($1 million)
  • Morris Thompson Visitor Center and Cultural Center ($6.5 million
  • Fairbanks Hospitality House for emergency shelter ($270,000)
  • Courtroom construction ($300,000)
  • Police thermal imaging goggles ($90,000)
  • Fairbanks Riverwalk Centennial Bridge community connector project ($1 million)
  • Hutchinson Career Center to upgrade equipment vocational training ($2.5 million)
  • Alaska Works for construction job training ($2.5 million)
  • Fairbanks LifeGivers Pregnant and Parenting Teens program ($750,000)
  • North Star Borough for centralized and computer aided dispatch equipment ($1 million)
  • Fairbanks Bus/Rail Intermodal Facility ($3.1 million)
  • Winter recreation opportunities for military and civilian persons at Birch Hill recreation area ($2.25 million)
  • Judge Wickersham House preservation ($300,000)
  • Fairbanks Memorial Hospital for treatment programs ($400,000)
  • Transit bus replacement ($3 million)
  • Water system upgrades ($1.5 million)
  • Improvements to the J.P. Jones Community Development Center ($750,000)
  • Criminal Justice data sharing ($500,000)
  • 4 R Children’s Program ($300,000)
  • Fairbanks Memorial Hospital construction and equipment ($1.2 million)
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks INPSYCH program to train Alaska Natives for careers in psychology ($400,000)
  • Fairbanks North Star Borough wild land fire management ($1 million)
  • North Slope Borough School District, for Early Childhood Education Program for children in borough villages ($300,000)
  • Fairbanks North Star Borough for relocation of kitchen facilities ($2 million)
  • 4 R (Reading, Reasoning, Relationships and Relevance) Children’s Program ($200,000)
  • PLATO Learning System ($100,000)
  • Ralph Perdue Center treatment program ($500,000)
  • Fairbanks Community Initiative for Chronic Inebriates ($1.2 million)
  • Fairbanks International Airport improvements ($1.3 million)
  • Fairbanks Senior Center construction ($300,000)

FORT WAINWRIGHT

  • Mout Collective Training Facility ($17 million)
  • Family Housing ($24 million)
  • Utilidors ($7 million)
  • Emission Reduction Facility ($13.2 million)
  • Physical fitness center addition ($600,000)
  • Birch Hill Trail ($280,000)
  • Ammunition Surveillance Facility ($2.3 million)
  • Biathlon Live Fire Course ($900,000)
  • Addition to Fire Station ($1.5 million)
  • Alternative access & Chena River crossing ($5.7 million)
  • MOUT instrumentation upgrades ($5.6 million)
  • CHPP renovation (178.7 million)
  • Chapel expansion ($1.5 million)
  • Gymnasium addition ($1.5 million)
  • Track relocation study $2 million)
  • While barracks renewal ($16 million)
  • Centralized vehicle wash facility ($3.1 million)
  • Utilidor expansion to support extension of FWA’s water distribution

GALENA

  • Galena School District alternative education programs ($750,000)
  • Galena School District, to help Alaska native students attending boarding schools and colleges make transition from village life ($250,000)
  • Galena general construction ($3 million)
  • Galena School District distance education program ($500,000)
  • Galena School District to develop an assets-building program for transitioning of rural Alaska students in boarding school environment ($600,000)
  • IDFEA Distance Learning Program ($5 million)
  • Galena School District boarding school for low performing Native students from remote villages across Western Alaska ($500,000)
  • Road resurfacing ($1.5 million)

GIRDWOOD

  • Girdwood Airport, security and other improvements ($1 million)
  • Challenge Alaska for equipment acquisition and program support of Adaptive Ski School ($200,000)
  • Girdwood Transportation Center ($1 million)
  • Water and sewer expansion. ($1 million)
  • Alyeska Roundhouse construction ($250,000)

HOMER

  • Homer Islands & Oceans Center Visitors Center ($850,000)
  • Kachemak Bay Power System to extend and upgrade marine power cabling to provide power to Soldovia, Nanwalek and Port Graham ($2 million)
  • Homer Harbor ($250,000)
  • Seldovia-Homer-Jakolof Bay Halibut Cove Ferry planning and design ($2 million)
  • Homer Spit repair and extension ($3.8 million)

JUNEAU

  • Auke Bay Laboratory, Chinook salmon research ($300,000)
  • Readiness center, Army National Guard ($7.568 million)
  • Catholic Community Services/Juneau Family Resource Center to address child abuse prevention ($650,000)
  • Perseverance Theatre, Douglas, for education programs & University of Alaska Southeast theater ($50,000)
  • Juneau International Airport Approach Lighting System Improvement Program ($1.5 million)
  • Gastineau Channel ($100,000)
  • Catholic Social Services one stop shopping demonstration ($1 million)
  • Juneau International Airport Maintenance facility hanger for snow removal equipment ($1.5 million)
  • Catholic Community Services Adult Day Care facility ($990,000)
  • Army National Guard Readiness Center ($7.568 million)
  • Juneau Fisheries Laboratory ($9.4 million)
  • Port facilities ($150,000)
  • Five Fingers Lighthouse preservation ($200,000)
  • Southeast Alaska Independent Living for joint recreation and employment project ($200,000)
  • Army National Guard vehicle maintenance shop ($3.1 million)
  • Juneau Harbor Seaplane Base snow removal equipment ($1 million)
  • Wind weather research ($6 million)
  • Bartlett Regional Hospital ($1 million)
  • Southeast Alaska Independent Living joint recreation and employment project with the Tlingit and Haida Tribe ($200,000)
  • Juneau access road ($2 million)
  • Bridge repair and upgrade ($1.8 million)
  • Bus replacement ($1 million)
  • Juneau International Airport terminal enhancements ($1.2 million)
  • Juneau Family Birth Center for the construction of a one-stop family resources center ($300,000)

KENAI

  • Science Learning Center (Academic Programs) ($100,000)
  • Challenger Learning Center (NASA) ($1 million)
  • Challenger Learning Center dormitories ($3 million)
  • Challenger School ($600,000)
  • Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Kenai, for treatment of women and children ($200,000)
  • Kenai Central Area Rural Transit System bus replacement ($1.4 million)
  • Kenai Airport improvements ($1 million)

KETCHIKAN

  • Ketchikan Wood Tech Center ($750,000)
  • Ketchikan area trails ($1 million)
  • Ketchikan Harbor ($200,000)
  • University of Alaska and the Ketchikan Shipyards, training program for shipyard workers ($500,000)
  • Ketchikan Gateway Borough economic disaster funds ($4 million)
  • Tongass Coast Aquarium improvements ($1 million)
  • Port of Ketchikan ferry facility ($1 million)
  • Ketchikan International Airport, improvements ($500,000)
  • University of Alaska/Southeast, Ketchikan Campus, to provide skills assessment, training and a certification program for Ketchikan shipyard workers ($150,000)
  • Mountain Point Water System ($400,000)
  • Hollis to Ketchikan Ferry project ($6.39 million)

KODIAK

  • Kodiak Island Borough School District environmental education program) ($250,000)
  • Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge ($180,000)
  • Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge visitor center construction ($3 million)
  • Kodiak Harbor ($750,000)
  • Road planning and design ($1.7 million)
  • Kodiak Pier ($2 million)
  • Kodiak Launch Complex upgrades ($8.5 million)
  • Kodiak Range safety and instrumentation ($8.1 million)
  • Alutiiq Museum programs to teach students and adults how to develop traditional Native arts ($100,000)
  • Kodiak Airport terminal improvements ($1 million)
  • Kodiak Launch Complex telecommunications upgrades ($9.3 million)
  • Kodiak Range upgrades ($5.8 million)
  • Kodiak Island roads ($1.3 million)
  • Sewer infrastructure improvements ($2 million)
  • Old Harbor hydroelectric project ($800,000)

KOTZEBUE

  • Small Boat Harbor ($400,000)
  • Kotzebue Sound test fishery for king crab and sea snail ($200,000)
  • Renewable energy project ($1,000,000)
  • Dust and persistent particulate abatement demonstration study ($1 million)
  • Construction of road from Kotzebue to Cape Blossom ($2 million)
  • Road improvements ($1.5 million)

NOME

  • Diesel upgrade ($1 million)
  • Nome Harbor ($14 million)
  • Kawerak, Inc. ($300,000)
  • Cape Nome Quarry upgrade ($500,000)
  • Glacier Creek/Nome bypass ($3 million)
  • Bypass road ($2 million)
  • Northwest Alaska Career and Technical Center vocational training courses to high school students ($500,000)
  • Roads ($1 million)
  • Cape Nome Quarry upgrade ($525,000)
  • Water and sewer upgrades ($800,000)
  • City of Nome power generation ($1 million)

PETERSBURG

  • Southeast Alaska Economic Disaster Fund ($2 million)
  • Water and sewer upgrades ($1.8 million)
  • Airport runway extension and security measures ($2 million)
  • Aquatic Center construction ($405,000)
  • Waterfront improvements ($900,000)

SEWARD

  • Alaska SeaLife Center construction ($5.5 million)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center Marine Ecosystems Education Program ($250,000)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center Stellar Sea Lion recovery ($1 million)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center Eider recovery ($900,000)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center seals and Stellar sea lions ($8.5 million)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center Seabird Research Facility ($500,000)
  • Alaska SeaLife Center Eider and sea otter recovery ($1.8 million)
  • Lowell Creek Tunnel ($1 million)
  • Seward Transit Service ($200,000)
  • Seward Harbor ($1 million)
  • Intermodal facility ($2.8 million)
  • Loading facility ($9.6 million)
  • Kenai Fjords National Park Resurrection Bay Trail and parking improvements ($2.3 million)
  • Road improvements ($2 million)
  • Seward Airport master plan ($125,000)
  • Shoreline protection ($70,000)
  • Corps of Engineers construction ($3 million)

SITKA

  • Water and sewer improvements ($2.2 million)
  • Transit expansion program ($400,000)
  • Sitka Harbor ($100,000)
  • Sitka National Historic Park ($3.645 million)
  • City and Borough of Sitka ($2 million)
  • Sitka Pioneer Home for rehabilitation ($500,000)
  • Sitka Pioneer Home ($150,000)
  • 4 megawatt project ($1 million)
  • Sheldon Jackson College Auditorium refurbishing ($1.7 million)
  • Sheldon-Jackson College, Center for Life Long Learning, teacher training ($2 million)
  • Sheldon-Jackson College for teacher training of human services professionals ($500,000)
  • Sheldon Jackson College for Adult Learners Program ($500,000)
  • Sawmill Cove Industrial Park water and wastewater infrastructure improvements ($900,000)
  • Sawmill Cover jobs center ($500,000)
  • Japonski Island water supply improvements ($768,000)
  • Road improvements ($1.5 million)
  • Corps of Engineers project ($1 million)
  • Sitka lab ($1.13 million)
  • Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport improvements ($325,000)
  • Lightering facility ($90,000)

SKAGWAY

  • Bank stabilization ($5 million)
  • Small Boat dock ($3 million)
  • Emergency bank project ($3 million)
  • Dillingham Middle/High School gymnasium repairs ($500,000)

SOLDOTNA

  • Alaska Christian College student scholarships, recruitment and salaries ($435,000)
  • Alaska Christian College operations of residential substance abuse program ($150,000)
  • Kenai River Center continued research on watershed issues ($500,000)
  • After the Bell Program for after school programs involving community, parents and at-risk youth ($100,000)
  • Soldotna Airport, runway safety area, draining improvements, tundra tire/ski runway, signing and visual guidance system ($1.3 million)
  • Keystone Drive ($500,000)

ST. PAUL

  • Paul Harbor ($6.5 million)
  • Paul and Unalaska wind generation facility ($250,000)
  • Paul Clinic ($6.52 million)
  • Paul Island Airport, runway paving ($1 million)

UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA

  • INPSYCH Center ($250,000)
  • Pilot training simulator ($2.5 million)
  • Recruit and train nurses ($500,000)
  • Develop the Leadership Institute and associated programs ($100,000)
  • UAA for its Geriatric and Disabled Care Training Program ($500,000)
  • Statehood celebration ($250,000)
  • Weather and ocean research ($3 million)

UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS

  • UAF Museum ($3.5 million)
  • With western Alaska regional native non-profits to conduct job training ($2.5 million)
  • Alaska Digital Archives Project ($250,000)
  • Program to evaluate agenda for health care delivery in state ($750,000)
  • Educational programs in support of Summer Arts Festival ($150,000)
  • Alaska Center for Excellence ($1 million)
  • Development of research and evaluation agendas for health care delivery in Alaska ($1 million)
  • Development and delivery of distance learning courses in areas of high demand health care careers ($250,000)
  • Early childhood services and to train Early Head Start teachers ($1.5 million)
  • Alaska System for Early Education Development ($1.25 million)
  • University of Alaska Statewide Office for statewide health agenda ($1 million)

VALDEZ

  • Water/sewer improvements ($3.75 million)
  • Avalanche control ($400,000)
  • Ferry and dock facilities ($500,000)
  • Senior Center improvements ($500,000)
  • Valdez Harbor ($150,000)

WASILLA

  • Life Quest Community Mental Health Center ($500,000)
  • Wasilla Regional Dispatch Center ($1 million)
  • Wasilla Area Seniors, Inc. Knik Manor programs ($300,000)
  • Kids are People, Inc. for transitional living program for homeless youth and an emergency shelter ($500,000)
  • Wasilla intermodal facility ($1 million)
  • Sewer and water improvements ($1.5 million)
  • Alternative route project ($2.5 million)
  • Lucille Street and Mack Drive improvements ($1 million)
  • Mobile computers for police squad cars ($1 million)
  • Matanuska Susitna Borough Emergency Response Radio Network ($1.5 million)
  • Road improvements ($1 million)

WRANGELL

  • Wrangell Narrows ($1.4 million)
  • Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Preserve ($700,000)
  • Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Preserve land acquisition ($1.5 million)
  • Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve headquarters and interpretive center ($400,000)
  • Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve museum ($1.135 million)
  • Wrangell Harbor ($1,000,000)
  • Youth Court ($100,000)
  • Avenues Program to provide community substance abuse treatment ($100,000)
  • Corps of Engineers project ($5 million)
  • Avenues Program to provide comprehensive substance abuse treatment ($100,000)
  • Water and sewer upgrades ($425,000)