South Addition 

  Community Council 



Next Council Meeting - September 20th  2018 at 7 p.m.

Meeting Location: 

Anchorage Lutheran Church, at 15th and N.



Contact:  Moira Gallagher, President  

2018- 2019 SACC Meeting Dates - always at 7 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of each month.


September 20 January 24 April 25
October 18 February 21 May 16
November 15  March 21 June 20
December 20     


Other Meetings:

  • South Addition's Executive Board meets on the 1st Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Anchorage Pioneers’ Home, 11th Ave and I St., 5th floor.   
  • The South Addition Neighborhood Plan Committee meets every Thursday at 5 p.m. at the Anchorage Pioneers’ Home, 11th Ave and I St., 5th floor. 

 South Addition Neighborhood Plan

A vision for South Addition’s Future . . .  


Next Steps: The Neighborhood Plan Committee is compiling the neighborhood's goals and objectives that the Working Groups compiled from December through February.  The information, which will provide the basis for the Neighborhood Plan, will be presented for public review 


 Tell us how you feel about our South Addition Neighborhood:


What is a Neighborhood Plan? Neighborhood plans influence how a neighborhood is developed. They work with the broader municipal land use plans and zoning ordinances, drilling down to provide land use designations and guidance for growth tailored to the characteristics of the specific neighborhood.   


See Neighborhood Plan Library for information on the Neighborhood Plan as it  develops.


Join and be Your Neighbor's Neighbor. is a limited-access social network exclusively for South Addition residents.  It's a great way to know your neighbors, keep up on neighorhood issues, post crime alerts, find and sell items, arrange to meet for coffee or pull together a neighborhood party.


Joining is simple . . . all you need to do is verify that your address is in South Addition.


Check it out at 

South Addition


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Chugiak Eagle River Advisory Board


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