Although our Ambassadors are on call for the times below, this number will filter and dispatch calls 24/7 for any downtown needs.
Seven Days a Week: 8:00am – 9:00pm
For assistance, call or text for any security or maintenance needs.
Mikey Huff dreamt up The Wool Sock Project as a way to learn more about the people that call Downtown home and give them something to make their days a little brighter. Huff photographs and takes the story of all the unsheltered folks he interacts with and then leaves them with a care package that includes wool socks. Huff continues the outreach of our Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. ambassadors, by treating our community members with kindness and respect, and by sharing their stories.
We ask that you make a donation to The Wool Sock Project by visiting HERE! or by donating socks, hand warmers, foot warmers, snacks, or other items to be included in the care packages to our office.
On Saturday, August 12th around 10:30am the Holy Family Cathedral in downtown Anchorage was holding Friars’ Fest, their annual end of summer celebration for parishioners and the community at large. Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. was involved by providing event equipment rentals such as tents, stages, and other needed items. Michael Horvatin, Anchorage Downtown Partnership’s Safety Supervisor walked a sandwich board over to Holy Family Cathedral as it was needed for signage for the event.
He was in the right place at the right time.
Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. and EasyPark have combined forces to launch a new and enhanced clean and safe program for downtown Anchorage. This program called “Safety First” is a strategic approach to improve public safety in Downtown Anchorage and to maximize the security resources in Downtown Anchorage. The “Safety First” program features calling or texting the number (907) 297-4471 for all safety and clean services in Downtown Anchorage.
An all-volunteer group dedicated to issues of community safety has introduced the Anchorage Cares program, aimed at reducing panhandling on Anchorage streets. Through Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd, the Anchorage Economic Development Corp.’s Live. Work. Play. initiative, the Municipality of Anchorage, and Anchorage Community Development Authority, the program encourages Anchorage residents to resist the urge of handing money to panhandlers and instead donate directly to homeless service organizations.
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As the “eyes and ears” of Downtown, Security Ambassadors (SAs) serve and assist local businesses and our thousands of visitors as they patrol the streets.
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