Reserve the pavilion, soccer field, softball fields, tennis/pickleball court, or basketball court for FREE.
Make a reservation here
For questions, call 907-232-2845.
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MLCC Meetings
Meadow Lakes Community Council Meetings
Time: 7 to 9 pm, 2nd Wednesday every month
Location: Zoom and 1210 N. Kim Drive, Meadow Lakes, Alaska, 99623

Want to be involved in your community? Become a member by attending a meeting or sending in your membership application and email it to

Meadow Lakes Community Council Meeting
Wednesday, April 12, 2023, 7 PM

This meeting will be available online, by phone, and in-person. Click the link below to join the meeting from a computer or smartphone, or use the phone number to dial in. You may be asked to install the Zoom phone app or to install the Zoom computer software. This should take about a minute.

Meeting link:
Phone: 253-215-8782, Meeting ID: 848 2210 2933, Passcode: 829443
In-person: Meadow Lakes Senior Center, 1210 N Kim Dr, Meadow Lakes, AK, 99623

For further information please email or call 907-346-0506.

Become a Meadow Lakes Community Council member! Fill out the application and email it to

Support MLCC Sports Field and Programs
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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

Thank you West Lakes Fire Service Area Firefighters!

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


Notice of upcoming election of officers and board members.

Dear Members and Interested Parties,
The Council will hold the annual election of officers and board members at our May 2023 meeting. The following offices are on the ballot this May.

President: Shall call and preside at all general membership, board and executive committee meetings; coordinate Council business.
Secretary: Shall take minutes during meetings; shall maintain correspondence and records of the Council.
Gaming Chair: Shall conduct gaming events; comply with state gaming laws.
CIP (Capital Improvement Projects) Chair: Shall evaluate CIP requests from MLCC Members; coordinate CIP list with MS Borough.
Safety Chair: Communicate safety concerns to membership; liaison with local fire, emergency and police.
Education Chair: Shall keep MLCC informed of the education needs, issues involving schools, support education needs.

From the Council Bylaws: "At the general membership meeting in April of each and every year, the nominating committee will present its candidates. Nominations from the floor will also be permitted. Nominations for all open offices and standing committee chairs shall be closed and become final at the end of the April meeting." You must be a member of the Council to run for office. Members will be notified of the ballot and voting will take place electronically before the May meeting and at the May meeting.

Please consider putting your name on the ballot. Contact me or Sherri Rusher with the Nominations Committee by email or phone before the April meeting on the 12th, or join the April Council meeting to add your name to the ballot.

Camden Yehle, President
Email Camden.

Parks Highway Alternative Corridor Study

The Meadow Lakes Community Council membership voted at the February 8, 2023 meeting to submit comments for consideration regarding the alternatives provided at public open house number 2.

Our preferred alternative is to “Widen Existing Parks Highway,” however we object to the word “widen.” Adding another lane is what L.A. did and it did not solve their traffic problems. This alternative should be called “Improving the Existing Parks Highway.” We feel the existing infrastructure could be selectively improved in key sections, like near Main Street and near Palmer-Wasilla Highway. We feel this approach should be given the same level of engineering creativity and analysis as the other alternatives.

See our detailed letter of comments and suggestions the MLCC sent to the Parks Highway Alternative Corridor PEL Study Project Team.

The nine alternatives are split into three groups, "greenfield" routes, existing infrastructure routes, and the existing Parks Highway route.

"Greenfield" routes would put the new highway mostly through undeveloped green space.

Existing infrastructure routes would mostly reconstruct existing roads into the new highway.

The existing Parks Highway route would evaluate changes to the current Parks Highway.

To review the route maps and text descriptions, go to the following link and scroll down:

Seldon Road Extension
Below is a link to a Request for Comments on Seldon Road Extension Phase II ROW Acquisition, MSB Case #2023-002, tech FW, Meadow Lakes Community Council.

Comments are due by March 3, 2023.

Seldon Rd Ext Ph II ROW Acq Link

Parks Hwy

State Project No. CFHWY00421
Federal Project No. 0A41039

The comment period for input on the preliminary alternatives for the Parks Highway Alternative Corridor PEL Study closes at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 10, 2023. Submit your comments on the preliminary alternatives using the online survey at

This is a federally funded project led by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF). Due to sustained population growth in the Mat-Su Valley, congestion along the city’s main corridor, the Parks Highway, creates significant traffic delays during peak periods. To assess congestion and delays, DOT&PF has chosen to use the Planning and Environmental Linkages process study to identify an alternative transportation corridor.

Click here to view the StoryMap for an overview of the preliminary alternatives and the screening process.

Visit the project website at to join the mailing update list, make a comment, or learn more about this effort.

Click to enlarge road maintenance priority map.