Juneau Alaska Events

The University of Alaska Southeast has received a $15,000 check to be split between the Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan campuses in three ways. First Bank has raised more than $9,400 for the university's annual operating budget of $1.5 million. A check for $1,500 will be presented to Juneau American Legion Post 25 to finance the construction of a new office building on the campus of the UAS Southeast College of Business.

A $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to the Juneau Community Foundation to provide free lunches and breakfasts to qualified students. The funds will also be used for scholarships that help fill a gap for students who do not qualify for free lunch at the University of Alaska Southeast College of Business. First Bank will provide a $1,500 grant for a new office building on the Sitka Homeless Coalition campus to support the construction of homeless housing for homeless students and their families. In addition, the Sitka Homeless Coalition has been granted a grant of up to $5,000 to provide hot showers and laundry services to the homeless. At the same time, Erste Bank has provided a $5,000 grant to the Juneaux Housing First Collaborative to support ongoing work with the homeless community.

The two blue lines represent road construction that will take place during the event week. On the south side of Juneaux Road in Sitka, there is a well-known construction zone that will be active during this week's events, as well as a construction zone in Juneau.

If it is too heavy, we cannot pave and rain is included in the forecast. Therefore, please make sure to take your liquids and snacks with you and stow them away, take your garbage with you and dispose of them properly. There will be food stations at each food station, as is the case with the carrying of liquid snacks and their stowage and the transport of waste that is properly disposed of.

The streets are very narrow and you cannot park at the start or finish, so please walk or walk from start to finish. Those who choose the St. Anna variant can park in the parking lot next to the church on the south side of the street.

Savikko Street is currently being rebuilt and may not be accessible for the race, and construction could take away a complete lane of the pavement, so that it may be necessary to cross the motorway in some places. After the day of the paving, the plan is to close Savik Ko Road to traffic so that runners can park in the harbour car park and walk to the start area.

Although there is no scheduled time this year, the runners will be at the start line on Saturday, July 1st, at 10.30 a.m. Here you will find a list of events that have not yet been held, as well as a complete schedule of all events for the year.

A few years ago, the name of the event was changed to Juneau Marathon and Half Marathon, here is a copy of the route map and certification document. The marathon and half of it is a route that crosses the city of Douglas and starts and ends at Savikko Park in Douglas.

You can also see the picture below the route map for the Juneau Marathon and the half marathon, the section Savikko Road. They start and end in the park, making up the same distance as the Savik Ko Road segments.

The course will be marked on July 19 and is certified for its full length. The course leads via the Douglas and North Douglas Highways through Douglas Island, through the canal and to Juneau.

If something happens near you that people in your neighborhood need to know, why not file it today? If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the town planner's office at (Juneau, Alaska) 707 - 543 - 4500. I will have your t-shirt and finisher's medal sent to me by post and taken to the Nugget Alaskan Outfitter (NAO) to be picked up. If there is a city planning calendar in the area, this could be a great business opportunity for you.

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