July 1st, 2018
Click Here to take the 2018 Live After Five Survey!
Enter your name and information to win 2 roundtrip Alaska Airlines Tickets to the lower 48. The winners will be drawn at the last Live After Five Concert of the 2018 season. Tickets won will need to be purchased before December 31, 2018. You do not have to be present at the last Live After Five to win, but you do have to be present at the Live After Five of this season to take the survey! Your email address will be placed into Anchorage Downtown Partnership E-blasts to assist in communicating information about Live After Five and other Downtown Anchorage events.
June 23rd, 2018
The Downtown Summer Solstice Festival will take place on Saturday, June 23rd from 12noon to 6:00pm. It’s guaranteed fun for all ages! It’s FREE to attend and is a great opportunity to have some fun in the sun with family and friends.
June 23rd, 2018
Hero Game Registration FormThe time has come to sign your team up to compete in the 2018 Hero Games at the Downtown Summer Solstice Festival! Deadline for team sign up is June 15th. Hero Games will take place on June 23, 12 pm – 4pm. This year, we will be hosting the games on F St between 6th & 7th Avenue in Downtown Anchorage. The awards ceremony will follow.
The Hero Games includes crowd-pleasing events such as the tug of war, obstacle course races, truck pushing relays and more. Teams that traditionally participate in the games are from the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, the Air Guard, the Air Reserves, the Alaska Army National Guard, the Coast Guard, the Anchorage Fire Department, and the Anchorage Police Department.
June 9th, 2018
Join us for the Slam’n Salm’n Festival on Ship Creek and in Downtown Anchorage, June 9-16. There will be a fish derby, food vendors, downtown-wide restaurant and shop deals, and more.
June 5th, 2018
The Anchorage Police Department may move its headquarters to a prime piece of real estate: The sleek former Alaska legislative office building on Fourth Avenue downtown.
On Tuesday, police officials revealed negotiations on a lease deal with the Anchorage Community Development Authority, the city parking and redevelopment authority that said three weeks ago it wants to buy the building.
The deal would mean that more than 150 police employees, including detectives, would move from crammed headquarters at Tudor and Elmore roads into offices at 716 W. Fourth Ave. State lawmakers vacated the building in 2016 after a judge ruled the Alaska Legislature’s lease there was illegal.
Officials said the move would improve public safety downtown and build momentum for revitalization efforts.
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