We anticipate the signing of SB 241 in the very near future. SB 241 will extend the PFD filing season until April 30, 2020. Please know that all of the PFD public spaces are no longer open to the public, but that there are numerous alternatives for filing. In Juneau, we have made applications, business cards, envelopes and an application drop box available on the 8th floor public atrium of the State Office Building. At our Anchorage and Fairbanks office locations, applications, envelopes and an application drop box is also available in the lobby area.
The easiest way to file an application is to apply online. You will only be required to answer questions that are necessary and you get an immediate confirmation number when you submit it. Eligible online applications that select direct deposit as their payment method will be paid in the FIRST October payment, October 1, 2020.
The 2020 PFD paper application is now available to print from the FORMS tab on our website for those who are unable to file online. Mailed in 2020 PFD applications MUST be postmarked by April 30th in order to be considered timely. REMINDER: Eligible paper applications will be paid in the SECOND October payment, October 22, 2020.
**Supplemental documentation, which includes signature pages, is not required by April 30th. You can mail or fax most supplemental documentation in or wait to be contacted**
The 2020 Census is happening
now. You can complete your questionnaire online, by phone, or by mail. You do
not need to have a face-to-face interview.
will initially receive a letter inviting you to complete the census. If you
want to complete a paper version, one will be mailed to the households that do
not complete the online form. Once you receive the census packet in the mail,
return to the address on the packet.
information on services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing: Call the TDD number at 844-467-2020.
The 2020 Census will determine congressional representation,
inform hundreds of billions in federal funding every year, and provide data
that will impact communities for the next decade. Whether it is the school
lunches or plans for highways or support for firefighters and families in need,
the Census results affect your community every day.
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Chickaloon Village Traditional Council is implementing mitigation strategies as recommended by the CDC and limiting non-essential services until March 31st.
The goals for using mitigation strategies in are to slow the transmission of disease and in particular to protect individuals at increased risk for severe illness, including Elders and persons of any age with underlying health conditions, and the healthcare and critical infrastructure workforces.
We do have staff
who are able working from home and will be checking e-mails; however,
you may not get an immediate response. We appreciate your patience
during this challenging time. Stay safe and for more information
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On March 4, 2020, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced the eight communities – Addison, Illinois; Alamosa County, Colorado; Chickaloon Native Village, Alaska; Douglas County, Kansas; Drew, Mississippi; National City, California; Tulsa County, Oklahoma; Worcester, Massachusetts – chosen as finalists for the 2020 RWJF Culture of Health Prize. The Prizehonors communities working at the forefront of advancing health, opportunity, and equity for all.
Prize finalist status, communities had to demonstrate how their efforts reflect
the six Prize criteria:
· Defining health in the broadest possible terms.
· Committing to sustainable systems changes and policy-oriented long-term
· Creating conditions that give everyone a fair and just opportunity to
reach their best possible health.
· Harnessing the collective power of leaders, partners, and community
· Securing and making the most of available resources.
· Measuring and sharing progress and results.
each finalist community will host a site visit for representatives from the
Prize program and the 2020 Prize winners will be announced this fall. The
winners will receive a prize and opportunities to share their story and lessons
learned with the country. Learn more about the previous 44 Prize winners
at www.rwjf.org/prize. The RWJF Culture of Health Prize is a collaboration
between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin
Population Health Institute.
Housing units are located in Sutton, Alaska (12 miles from Palmer). Housing Application is required to determine eligibility for each family requesting housing placement. Income based rent rates. Tenant responsible for utilities. No pets. First month’s rent and security deposit are required at time of lease.
We accept applications at our office: 9255 N lenn Higghway, Palmer, Tuesday-Friday, 9:30am to 5:00pm.
For more information and to apply please contact: Samantha Ange, (907)745-0749, firstname.lastname@example.org.