Chugach Foothills Park Playground Survey

If you live close to this popular neighborhood park or spend time in it, we urge you to take the survey to guide the Chugach Foothills Park playground advisory committee.

To receive updates on this 2018  park upgrade, send e-mail to See new Chugach Foothills Park page on for more information.

Scenic Foothills Community Council Meeting November 3

Scenic Foothills Community Council (SFCC) will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 3, in the auditorium at Wayland Baptist University, 7801 East 32nd Avenue. Access via Old Muldoon Road off 36th Avenue, west of Muldoon Road.


Candidates for office will not make any speeches. Legislative updates will be postponed to December’s meeting. Instead, we will hear Chinese immersion students from Scenic Park Elementary School sing two songs in Chinese and learn more about refugees resettled in Alaska with help from Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services (RAIS).

Assembly representatives and a member of the School Board will be available to keep us informed on current issues of interest to us or that may require our input for their deliberations. A light agenda this month will give us time to discuss neighborhood concerns and help establish agendas for future meetings.

Please come! We have plenty of room and everyone is welcome.

Alaska’s Changing Climate: Impacts, Policy and Action Forum

Join us for a free, non-partisan public forum to look at the big picture of how climate change is affecting Alaska and action we need to take to adapt to and mitigate impacts.

Saturday, November 14th, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
UAA Student Union


Speakers will discuss the science behind climate change and the impacts on Alaska physically, socially, economically and fiscally. Afternoon panels will look at what policy and action we can take to move forward. More information on Alaska Common Ground website:

Scenic Foothills Community Council meeting November 5

Scenic Foothills Community Council meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, November 5, at Wayland Baptist University, 7801 East 32nd Avenue. Bring your neighborhood concerns so we can seek solutions together. Agenda. The November newsletter is here and the new SFCC website is here or find us on Facebook. Continue reading

Muldoon Town Square Park Master Plan Open House #2 November 4


Public Park Planning Workshop
5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday
November 4, 2015
Begich Middle School

The master planning process for the Muldoon Town Square Park is proceeding, and we are seeking public input. Please join us for the second Muldoon Town Square Park Open House November 4. See alternative views prepared by the planners. If you haven’t taken survey linked in post below, please do.

Public Hearing Dec. 2 on East Anchorage District Plan & Park

MTSP240Your neighbors in East Anchorage have been working for years to create a Muldoon Town Square Park at the old Alaska Greenhouse site, Muldoon Road at DeBarr.


On December 2, the Anchorage Assembly will hold a public hearing on the East Anchorage District Plan. The park is an important part of this plan.

Community support is vital.

If you really are concerned about how we develop East Anchorage in future years and want to know that our problems will be addressed, please come to the Assembly chambers at Loussac Library at 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, and testify.

We hope you will also support a Muldoon Town Square Park. You can also e-mail all members of the Assembly at once at as soon as possible – so they will have time to consider your comments before they meet December 2.

Here are some talking points you can use: East Anchorage District Plan data shows East Anchorage has less park acreage per resident than other areas of Anchorage. This community park will bring us up to the livability standards of the rest of Anchorage.

The Anchorage 2020 plan forecasts 11,000 new residents in East Anchorage. Many of our new neighbors will live in high density housing, without adequate  lawns or green space. This park will provide open space and recreational opportunities for all.

Having a park in this area will enable us to build an inviting gateway to Muldoon, giving the area much needed beautification. Muldoon already has sufficient commercial space, some of which stands empty.

With this park we can break up the current monotony of commercial development.

This park will give Muldoon a vital community gathering place. A park will highlight beautiful Chester Creek, providing area schools with educational opportunities about the importance of Anchorage’s waterways.

Click here for more information.