Grants & Planning:

Previous Grants Awarded

Community What was done Awarded
Skagway Trail improvements to the switchbacks on Lower Dewey Lake. This included adding steps, decreasing angles and rebuilding of two retaining walls. $15,595
Craig Trail improvements to the upper level of the Sunnahae Mountain trail. This included building bridges and stairs and improving trail tread. $14,500
Haines Trail improvements to stop erosion and slide hills on the Battery Point trail. This included adding gravel to the first mile of the trail along with stairs/log steps to steeper sections and culverts/waterbars to wet areas. $14,500
Juneau/Auke Bay Trail improvements to the Ski-to-Sea Corridor. This included constructing a hardened, .7-km-long trail on top of the existing Nordic lower-loop trail and trail access. $14,500
Petersburg Sign improvements in and around Petersburg. This included adding signage at various locations and erecting interpretive signs. $14,500
Wrangell Trail improvements and sign improvements to Volunteer Park trail. This included adding 4″ of crushed rock and compact on the .5-mile Volunteer Park trail and replacing 10 interpretive signs that were vandalized or stolen. $14,500
Sitka Trail improvements to the Sea Lion Point trail. This included replacing part of the trail boardwalk with single-plank, treated lumber and rebuilding steps. $14,500
Coffman Cove Planning and design of the Grassy Flats trail. This included building an 8-mile trail bordering the grass flats south of town with several side access points. Grant funds paid for consultant work to identify land ownership and mapping. $8,000
Thorne Bay Trail construction and improvement to the Davidson’s Landing trail and picnic area. This included constructing a trail and several picnic areas along an old roadbed that was previously a log transfer facility. $5,000
Juneau/Auke Bay Trail improvements to the Auke Rec Artificial Reef and Dive Park. This included adding an underwater navigation course and signage. $3,822

Grants & Planning