The low-tech coin-operated boxes for hourly parking are working, says city manager Kim Kiefer.
Sealaska Heritage Institute raised more than $75,000 during Celebration for the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau
North Pacific Erectors began mobilizing for the $1.4 million project about three weeks ago
It’s unclear what changes Juneau bus riders can expect when the city unrolls the new transit plan in a few months.
The Juneau Assembly approved a budget that cuts 12 full-time employees, reduces services and doesn’t fund the school district at the highest level.
Regular water use is OK, but wait until it rains before washing cars, watering lawns and gardens
Capital City Fire and Rescue put out a news release saying conditions are not as extreme as they were over the weekend
Local investors in Juneau want to turn a city-owned parking lot on North Franklin Street into a 40-unit apartment complex
City officials are hoping to address Juneau’s longstanding housing shortage by opening Pederson Hill to development.
The city has been working with property owners and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to amend the flood maps.