Federation of Community Councils

Serving Anchorage’s Community Councils.

 

 


 


 
Next meeting:  

 

Our next regularly scheduled meeting of the Federation of Community Councils is 

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

 

1057 W Fireweed

 

 

CLICK HERE for the next meeting agenda 

 (usually available one week prior to the meeting)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

President

Matt Burkholder

Phone 907.441.7736

matt-burkholder@gci.net

Huffman/O'Malley Council

 

 

 

Vice President

Daniel George

Phone  907.529.4211 (c)

Email  dgeorgeak@gmail.com

Mountain View Council

Treasurer

Don Crafts

Home  907.344.5666

Cell  907.952.4627

Email  bashercc@gmail.com

            craftsde@muni.org

Basher Council


Secretary

Nikki Rose

 

 

slccpresident@gmail.com

Sand Lake Council

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Federation


 

The Federation of Community Councils is a non-profit organization whose Board is made up of the representatives of each of Anchorage’s Community Councils. The Federation’s mission is to assist Community Councils to involve citizens in the governmental process at the neighborhood level. 

 

The Federation operates the Community Council Center which provides centralized electronic mailing services, technical and administrative assistance, grant administration, and other support services to the Councils in their community work. 

 

Each Community Council is responsible for appointing a delegate who acts as a representative to the Federation Board. 

 

Monthly meetings: Federation meets at 6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month from September through May in the first floor conference room at 1057 W. Fireweed Lane. We typically have a picnic meeting in July in Valley of the Moon Park, but no meeting in June and August.


 

Council Center Assistants: 

Susan Klein, info@communitycouncils.org 


 

Federation Operating Policies


Federation Governing Documents 

 

 

Community Councils Center

 

Community Patrols

 

Chugiak Eagle River Advisory Board

 

Federation of Community Councils