Next MLCC meeting Wednesday, December 14th
Holiday Potluck and Auction
Location: Meadow Lakes Elementary, 1741 N Pittman Rd.
Bring your auction items to Meadow Lakes Elementary the night of the auction.
Bring a dish to share to the school for the Potluck.
Auction proceeds go toward funding Christmas dinners for needy Meadow Lake families.

For further information please email president@mlccak.org or call 907-346-0506.

Become a Meadow Lakes Community Council member! Fill out the application and email it to mlcc-membership@mlccak.org.

Reserve the pavilion, soccer field, softball fields, tennis/pickleball court, or basketball court for FREE.
Make a reservation here
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New Community Trail Park
MLCC is in the process of considering the layout of the new trail park which adjoins the current Community Park. Please send your suggestions to president@mlccak.org.

Sports Field
To reserve the Meadow Lakes Sports Field click here. Look for the blue '
Book Now' button. For questions, call 907-232-2845.
More information.

Support MLCC Sports Field and Programs
Sign up now and Amazon Smile will donate 0.5% of your eligible Amazon purchases (at no cost to you) to support maintenance our local Meadow Lakes Park and Sports Field, and MLCC programs. Click the smile.amazon.com button and sign up.

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Thank you West Lakes Fire Service Area Firefighters!

West Lake Fire Department

Meadow Lakes Community Council Meetings
Time: 7 to 9 pm, 2nd Wednesday every month
Location: 1210 N. Kim Drive, Meadow Lakes, Alaska, 99623.

Link to the Mat-Su Borough Manager's weekly report

Link to MSB May 2022 Planner Platform - highlighting CIP (Capital Improvement Program) and the Lake


West Lakes Fire Department has Smoke and CO detectors available.
The Fire Department will be happy to install the detectors in your residence free of charge.remember smoke detectors should be replaced every 8-10 years per manufactor's recommendations.
Please call 907-861-8083, or email Tyler at
email Tyler

West Lakes Fire Department program "Community Connect"
West Lakes Fire Department has a program called "Community Connect". It is a free, secure, and easy to use platform that allows you to share critical information about your household that will aid first responders and emergency response personnel when responding to your residence. You can input information about your home and family, such as the number of resident, pets, family members with mobility or special needs. Please check out the program at https://www.communityconnect.io/info/ak-west-lakes

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Meadow Lakes Community Potluck and White Elephant Auction

Link to flyer: https://bit.ly/Community-Xmas-Pot-Luck-Dec-14th-2022

WHERE: Meadow Lakes Elementary School Gym
WHEN: Wednesday, December 14, 2022
TIME: Sign-in 6:00 pm, Eat 6:30 pm
BRING: A pot-luck dish to share
SILENT AUCTION: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
LIVE AUCTION: 7:30 pm - Some Special Items!
WHO BENEFITS: Meadow Lakes Families who can use some extra help with Christmas dinner.

Auction Donations can be brought to the Senior Center now, 1012 N Kim Dr, Wasilla, AK 99654, or taken to the School the night of the auction.

For further information please email president@mlccak.org or call 907-346-0506.


DOT&PF Winter Maintence Priority System Survey
UPDATE: Survey has been fixed so you don't have to create an account.
Please take the survey here: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/ca4467f8344a49149a4db30de8dfebe8
Review the Winter Priority map here: https://dot.alaska.gov/stwdmno/wintermap/.

Dear Community Council Leaders,
Alaska DOT&PF welcomes input and engagement on local priorities. Today we're specifically reaching out to Community Council members in the Anchorage and Mat-Su areas to gather feedback on winter maintenance.

In the spring of 2022, the legislature provided intent language that asked DOT&PF to solicit input on how we establish road priorities across the state. This survey is part of that evaluation process.

Extreme weather events, available staff or equipment, and the severity of each storm, impact DOT&PF’s ability to restore roads, highways and sidewalks to acceptable travel conditions. Our teams make data-driven decisions rooted in collaborative partnerships, real-world experience, and weather data to respond as quickly and efficiently as they can.

Sometimes the department has to make tough decisions of where and how to apply snow and ice control resources when responding to winter weather events—that’s where you come in—please share your feedback with us on the DOT&PF winter prioritization system.

You are welcome to take this survey again even if you previously provided input, as we are looking for targeted information from a variety of groups, including community councils, per legislative intent language.

-Shannon McCarthy

Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Public Facilities
550 W. Seventh Avenue
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

(907) 269-0448 desk
(907) 744-7360 cell

Keep Alaska Moving through service and infrastructure.

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