Caring for your Septic System

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR SEPTIC SYSTEM Protecting your investment… If you own a home in Alaska, chances are that you own a septic system. A septic system is an effective method for treating household wastewater. In addition, it is cost effective and easy to maintain. Well built systems can last 20 years or more when Read More

NO TRASH PICKUP

Tuesday April 9th & Friday April 12th NO Garbage Pick-UP Unfortunatley – the trash-truck is broken down! Any residents, with home pick-up MAY take their regular trash to the dump ANY DAY THIS WEEK. The Solid Waste Site will be open EVERY DAY this week to make up for the loss of home pick-up Sorry Read More

Amended Agenda – City Council Meeting April 2

2nd Amendment to City Council Agenda Tuesday, April 2, 2019:         Adds an expenditure approval for $3,986.59, to CMI Machinery for Excavator Repairs, discussion and action item:     Download Amended Packet HERE The City Council Agenda for Tuesday April 2nd, 2019, was amended and is attached. Read More

Charter Halibut Permit Available for Lease

One Community Charter Halibut Permit is available for 2019. The deadline for applying for that permit is April 30, 2019. The permit application is available on the City of Thorne Bay website or from the City of Thorne Bay City Clerk. Qualifications for the permit are listed on the application, a copy of which is attached hereto. Read More

Fisheries Association Special Meeting Notice

There will be a Special Meeting of the Fisheries Association April 3rd, 2019, beginning at 1:00 p.m., in the City Hall Council Chambers. City Hall Council Chambers is located at 120 Freeman Drive, Thorne Bay, AK 99919. Proposed Drafted Agenda Items Include: Review of Fisheries Association Distribution Policy for Charter Halibut Permits (CHP). (*attached) Review Read More

NO LONG TERM ROAD CLOSURES

There will be for the South Thorne Bay/Kasaan Road There are NO long-term scheduled road closures for the South Thorne Bay/Kasaan Road. It has been rumored of upcoming road closures to the South Thorne Bay/Kasaan Road for lengths of time anywhere from 3 weeks to 18 months..  Rest assured THIS IS NOT TRUE. As road Read More