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.

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Meadow Lakes Community Council Meetings
Time: 7 to 9 pm, 2nd Wednesday every month
Location: 1210 N. Kim Drive, Meadow Lakes, Alaska, 99623.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we are holding Zoom meetings

Next Meadow Lakes Community Council Meeting
Wednesday, February 9th, 2022, 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.

Online: https://bit.ly/3eUtZ92
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 president@mlccak.org or call 907-346-0506.


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

Link to the MS Borough Manager's weekly report

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

Thank you Wayne at Northern Asphalt and Paving, and Terry Boyle for plowing the road and parking lot of the MLCC Sports Field and Park.

plowing

There are new APV (All Purpose Vehicle) Regulations effective January 1, 2022. 

Here is a Frequently Asked Questions list provided by the Alaska State Troopers about the regulations.

MLCC Receives 40 acres from Mat-Su Borouogh
Meadow Lakes Community Council has received title to 40 acres of Borough land which adjoins the current Community Park.  The deed for the property was signed today.  The acreage is planned to be used mainly for trails.

We will begin planning the layout of the area soon and hope that you will consider giving us your input on what kind of trails should be included: nature, ski, equestrian, etc.  A request for your input will be sent out soon.

Nancy Cameron, Borough Land Agent, discusses the transfer of 40 acres to MLCC.

MSB transfers 40 acres to MLCC

Legislation affecting Gravel Mining will be heard
by the Planning Commission February 7

The legislation that will be heard Feb. 7th by the Planning Commission

1) OR 22-002: It would exempt gravel pits under 20,000 cubic yards a year from needing any permit from the borough. Currently any pit over 7,000 cubic yards requires a Conditional Use Permit and anything over 2,000 cubic yards requires an administrative permit. For reference, a typical dump truck holds about 12-13 cubic yards. 20,000 cubic yards is roughly 2,000 dump trucks a year.

2) OR 22-003: It would exempt any gravel operation at the Borough landfill from the Conditional Use Permit process, and would exempt the Borough from rules that private operators have to comply with.

Please consider offering input to the issues of a gravel tax, which is under consideration, and changes in the permitting process

Send comments to the Planning Commission.