Beluga Real Estate in Kenai, Alaska

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KENAI PENINSULA GENERAL INFORMATION
  • Population: 46,759

  • Incorporation: 2nd Class Borough (1964)

  • Communities within the Borough: Anchor Point, Clam Gulch, Cohoe, Cooper Landing, Crown Point, Fox River, Fritz Creek, Halibut Cove, Happy Valley, Homer, Hope, Jakolof Bay, Kachemak, Kalifonsky, Kasilof, Kenai, Moose Pass, Nanwalek, Nikiski, Nikolaevsk, Ninilchik, Port Graham, Primrose, Ridgeway, Salamatof, Seldovia, Seward, Soldotna, Sterling, and Tyonek.

  • Borough Sales Tax: 2% (City taxes add additional 1% to 3%)\Physical Layout: 16,079 sq. miles land / 5,585 sq. miles water.

  • Climate: Winter 4 degrees to 22 degrees; Summer 46 degrees to 65 degrees. Average annual precipitation is 20 inches.

  • Industries: Tourism, oil production, commercial fishing (1,676 borough residents hold commercial fishing permits), fish processing, government, timber and lumber, agriculture, transportation services, construction and retail trade.

  • Access: Located South of Anchorage accessible via the Sterling Highway, scheduled and charter airlines (Kenai Airport), ocean cruise lines and the The Alaska Railroad in Seward and the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry in Homer.

SCHOOLS

Kenai Peninsula School District
Located in all this beauty is the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, which serves over 10,000 students and covers 25,600 square miles (bigger than Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire combined). There are 37 schools in 21 different communities.


Kenai Peninsula Schools - Link List
Informative and user friendly website listing all the Kenai Peninsula Schools that are Online. Elementary through High School.


Alaska School Food Service Association
Whatever your school food service need is Alaska School Food Service Association has information to assist you.


Cook-Inlet Academy
Cook Inlet Academy is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International. Thanks for your interest in our school. We hope you will take the time to find out more about us. You will also find many of our links helpful.


Driver Education
Here is an on-line driver safety newsletter and information about driver record points. If you have points on your driver license or just got a traffic ticket - this can help you. PDI has provided a Defensive Driving Courses on the Kenai Peninsula sine 1985. New drivers to experienced professionals can benefit. Courses can be custom designed to fit any setting from corporate to individual services. Call 283-5837 for more information.


UAA - Kenai Peninsula College
KPC and the cities of Kenai, Soldotna, and Homer are located on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula in South-central Alaska and are bordered by the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and Kachemak Bay. Despite its northern latitude, the Kenai Peninsula has surprisingly mild winters and cool, comfortable summers. Located on 364 wooded acres between Kenai and Soldotna, the main campus includes a vocational building, classrooms, library, laboratories, media center, bookstore, a snack bar and commons area.


WEATHER

Wunderground Weather
Get current weather conditions and forecasts for the Kenai, Alaska area.

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COMMUNITY LINKS

Soldotna, Alaska Chamber of Commerce

Homer, Alaska Chamber of Commerce

City of Kenai, Alaska

Seward, Alaska Chamber of Commerce

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ALASKA LINKS OF INTEREST

  • Kenai Peninsula Borough
    The Kenai Peninsula Borough's web site is designed to be helpful and informative to both the first time visitor to the borough and our longtime borough residents. If you're a visitor then surf our site to learn more about this wonderful place we call home, Alaska's Kenai Peninsula.

  • Peninsula Clarion
    The Peninsula Clarion newspaper in Kenai, Alaska.


  • Anchorage Daily News
    Anchorage, Alaska Daily Newspaper Online

  • Kenai River Center - Pacific Salmon the Alaska Story
    They offer a colorful and informative magazine includes a description of the life cycle of the five pacific salmon species and their habitat requirements. It also contains interesting and not too well known facts about salmon, such as the fact that salmon can swim as fast as 14 miles per hour! There is also information about the health of Alaska's salmon stocks, some history about salmon fishing in Alaska as well as information about efforts to restore and protect salmon habitat on the Kenai River and other salmon streams within Alaska. The book is loaded with beautiful full color photographs and art work. To get your free copy you can contact the Kenai River Center at (907) 260-4882 or the Kenai River Sportfishing Association at (907) 262-8588.

  • Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game (South Central Region)
    Alaska's Fish and Wildlife Safeguard pays cash for information on poachers. How can you help? If you see or hear of a fish or wildlife violation, report it. Call (800) 478-3377, toll-free.

  • Challenger Learning Center:
    Fill those long summer days with several camps and workshops offered by the Challenger Learning Center of Alaska! Become a Rocket Scientist, a Robotics Engineer, an Aviator, or just more knowledgeable about the world in which we live!!


  • Alaska Dog Sledding:
    Alaska adventure travel and dog mushing trips.


  • Public Use Cabins (State of Alaska - Kenai Peninsula)
    With Locations and availability


  • Larry Kaniut:
    is author to numerous popular books dealing with Alaska bear encounters. In each book Larry captures man's struggle for survival in a bear's jaws. In Alaska this life or death situation includes black, grizzly, brown-grizzly and polar bears. Larry Kaniut chronicles bear-man encounters from false charge through fatality, interviewing not only the victim of the bear's wrath, but also the rescuer, spouse, family member and doctor.

  • Alaska Sex Offender Program
    ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Sex Offender Registration Central Registry

  • City of Anchorage Alaska Home Page
    Located 60 air miles north of Kenai, Anchorage is a beautiful American city. When you come to the Kenai Peninsula you'll most likely pass through there so you might as well check out what they have to offer as you breeze through.

  • Alaska Office of Community and Regional Affairs
    If you are doing a report on Alaska and you don't use this site - it's not going to get an 'A' ! Lots of Alaska data links here - good presentation and easy to use.

  • Alaska Division of Tourism
    These are also "official" State WEB pages. There are lots of suggestions for people planning a visit to our great state and well worth the visit.

  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game
    This is the place to go for complete information on fishing and hunting regulations.

  • Community Information Summaries
    If you just want to know more about a particular community in Alaska this site offers the best information. Listed in alphabetic order, you can find communities and check out the stats on them here.

  • Alaska College Scholarships
    Listing the email addresses and telephone numbers of Alaska college and university admissions and financial aid offices, in addition to offering links to their home pages and online admissions applications. The page also features links to pages offering similar information on colleges and universities in other states, scholarships, financial aid, SAT and ACT preparation, campus life, free scholarship search services, and more.

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**This information is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed**

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Ninilchik, Alaska 99639
Phone: 907-398-3720
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