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District Descriptions 2002

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Description of Revised Final Plan House Districts
[Prepared By Alaska Redistricting Board - May 2002]

House District 1 - Senate District A - Ketchikan

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House District 1 includes all uplands and islands bounded by a line beginning at the northernmost point of Coffman Cove City, southeasterly along the city boundary to the western shore of Clarence Strait, south to an intersection with the mouth of Eagle Creek, easterly to the centerline of Clarence Strait, southeasterly along the centerline to a point due west of Lemesurier Point, east to Lemesurier Point, east across Union Bay to Union Point, east across Vixen Inlet to the eastern shore of Ernest Sound, northeasterly along the shore to the head of Santa Anna Inlet, easterly along a non visible line to the common boundary of the Wrangell-Petersburg and Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Areas, northeasterly along the common census area boundary to Grant Creek, easterly to Burroughs Bay, southerly to Ketchikan Gateway Borough, southerly and westerly along the borough boundary (around Gravina Island) to a point due east of Grindall Island, west to Grindall Island, west along its south shore, west across Grindall Passage to the shore of Kasaan Bay, west along the shore to Kasaan City, north and west around the city boundary to Thorne Bay Road, north along the road to Thorne Bay City, west and south along the city boundary to its southwestern most point in Kasaan Bay, southwesterly through the water to the centerline of Twelvemile Arm, southwest along the centerline of the arm, to and including Cat Island, west to the mouth of Harris River, west and north to its headwaters, west along a non visible line to Black Bear Lake, west following its northern shore to a linking creek to Black Lake, north along a linking creek to an intersection (just south of Big Salt Lake) with Big Salt Road, north to North Island Road, northwest to National Forest Development Road 23, north to National Forest Development Road 30, east to Logjam Creek, north to Sweetwater Lake, north along the lake's western shore to Barnes Lake, east along the lake's southern shore to Coffman Cove City, east along the city boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 2 - Senate District A - Sitka / Wrangell / Petersburg

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House District 2 includes all islands bounded by a line beginning at the center point of the entrance to Cross Sound, northeast along the centerline of Cross Sound to the northernmost island of the Inian Islands, including all of the Inian Islands, continue to the western shore of Idaho Inlet on Inian Peninsula, south along the shore to the mouth of Trail River, southeast to its headwaters, southeast along a non visible line feature to the City and Borough of Sitka, east and south along the borough boundary to a point due west of Tebenkof Bay, east along the centerline of Tebenkof Bay to the mouth of Alecks Creek on Kuiu Island, north to Alecks Lake, north along its southern shore to the northeastern most tip of the lake, southeast along a non visible line to the head of No Name Bay, east along the centerline of the bay to Keku Strait, north along its centerline to a point due west of Tunehean Creek, east to the coast of Kupreanof Island at the creek, north along the coast to the mouth of Keku Creek, east to its headwaters, south along a non visible line to the headwaters of Castle River, east to its mouth at Duncan Canal, north along the canal shore to the mouth of Duncan Creek, east to Duncan Canal Portage Trail, east to Coho Creek, east to Kupreanof City, north and east along the city boundary to Petersburg City, south along the city boundary to its southeastern most point, east to Frederick Sound, south along its centerline to Dry Strait, south along its centerline to the northern most point of Wrangell City, east along the city boundary to Eastern Passage, south along its centerline to Blake Channel, south along its centerline to the entrance of Bradfield Canal, south across the canal to the southern shore of Ernest Sound, south along the shore to Seward Passage, south to the intersection with House District 1 at the head of Santa Anna Inlet, westerly and northerly along the boundary of House District 1 to Clarence Strait (due east of Eagle Creek), north along its centerline to Snow Passage, northwest along its centerline to Sumner Strait, west and south along its centerline to and around Coronation Island to Chatham Strait, north along its centerline to a point due east of the southernmost point of the City and Borough of Sitka, west to the borough boundary, north along the western borough boundary to its northwestern most point, north through the Pacific Ocean to point of beginning.

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House District 3 - Senate District B - Juneau / Downtown / Douglas

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House District 3 includes the area of the City and Borough of Juneau bounded by a line beginning at a point on the borough boundary south and west of Outer Point, northeasterly through the center line of Stephens Passage and Fritz Cove to the mouth of Mendenhall River, north along its eastern bank to Egan Drive, east to Jordan Creek, north to Jordan Creek Tributary, east to Thunder Mountain Trail and Heintzleman Ridge, northeast along the ridge to Thunder Mountain, continuing east on the ridge to a point just southeast of the headwaters of Steep Creek, northwest along a non visible line to Steep Creek, northwesterly to Glacier Spur Road, north to the shore of Mendenhall Lake, east around the lake to the western edge of Mendenhall Glacier, north to Juneau Ice field, follow western bank of Ice field past Eagle, Thiel, and Gilkey glaciers to intersection with City and Borough of Juneau at the Canadian Border, southerly along and around the borough boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 4 - Senate District B - Juneau / Mendenhall Valley

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House District 4 includes the area of the City and Borough of Juneau bounded by a line beginning at a point on the northwestern most corner of the borough boundary, east and south along the borough boundary to its intersection with House District 3, south along the House District 3 boundary to its intersection with the borough boundary south and west of Outer Point, northerly along the borough boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 5 - Senate District C - Cordova / Southeast Islands

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House District 5 includes all uplands and islands bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of a point on the northeastern boundary of the Kenai Peninsula Borough and the northern shore of Blackstone Bay, northeast along the bay shore to its intersection with Whittier City, east along the city boundary to the north shore of Blackstone Bay, east along the bay shore to its end at Strong Point, east across the mouth of Passage Canal and continuing on with a Prince William Sound Traverse across the mouths of Port Wells, Lake Bay, Quillian Bay, Esther Passage, Esther Bay, Squaw Bay, Eaglek Bay, Unakwik Inlet, Wells Bay, Fairmount Bay, Eickelberg Bay, Long Channel, Columbia and Heather Bays, and Sawmill Bay to the western boundary of Valdez City, following the city boundary east and north to Lowe River, east along the river to Chugach National Forest, easterly along the forest boundary to the Chugach Alaska Native Regional Corporation (ANRC) boundary, east and south along the ANRC boundary to the City and Borough of Yakutat, east along the northern borough boundary to its southern most point, and including all of the remaining areas of Southeast Alaska not contained in House Districts 1, 2, 3 or 4. The bounded area is closed by continuing west along the coastal boundary of the City and Borough of Yakutat to its southwestern most point, following the nautical 3-mile limit to the eastern boundary of Kenai Peninsula Borough, north to point of beginning.

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House District 6 - Senate District C - Interior Villages

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House District 6 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the common boundary of the Bering Straits and Yukon Koyukuk Rural Education Attendance Areas (REAAs) and the Northwest Arctic Borough, north along the borough boundary to its intersection with the North Slope Borough, east along the borough boundary to its intersection with the Alaskan/Canadian border, south along the border to the City and Borough of Yakutat, west along the borough boundary to the Ahtna ANRC, west along the ANRC boundary to the Copper River, north along its western bank to Urantina River, north to its headwaters, north along a non visible line to the headwaters of Bernard Creek, north to a point east of the intersection of Bernard Creek Trail and an unnamed trail, north along the creek trail to the Richardson Highway, north to Squirrel Creek, west to Trans Alaska Pipeline (TAPs), east to its intersection with a road just south of Pippin Lake, east to Richardson Highway, north to 16APL-3 Road, west to TAPs, north to 19APL-1 Road, east to Richardson Highway, continuing east along a non visible line to the Copper River, north along its western bank to the Klutina River, east to the New Richardson Highway, north to the Old Richardson Highway, north to the southern boundary of Tazlina ANVSA, west along the ANVSA boundary to TAPs, north to the Tazlina River, east along its northern shore to a trail that connects with the intersection of Copperville Road and the Old Richardson Highway, north along the highway to the Glenn Highway, west to TAPs, north to its intersection with the Richardson High way (just west of Sourdough and Haggard Creeks), north to Paxson Lake Campground Road, east along a non visible line to TAPs, north to the Richardson Highway (just west of Fielding Lake), north to Fort Greely Military Reservation (just west of Butch Lake), north and east along the military boundary to the Richardson Highway (just north of TAPs Pump Station 9 Access Road), north along the highway to the City of Delta Junction, east and north along the city boundary to Nistler Road, east to Souhrada Road, nor th to Jack Warren Road, west to Fales Road, north to Clearwater Lake, west along the shore to an unnamed creek connecting to the Tanana River, east along its south bank to the mouth of Clearwater Creek, north across the Tanana River, continuing east along its northern bank to an intersection with the Volkmar River, north along a non visible line to Volkmar Lake, west around the lake to its northern most point, east along a non visible line to White Peak, north to the intersection of Goodpaster River and South Fork (Goodpaster River), east along the South Fork to Delta Greely REAA, north along the REAA boundary to Fairbanks North Star Borough, north, west and south around the borough to the Tanana River, west along its southern bank to the City of Nenana, south along the city boundary to FAA Way, south to a sled trail (paralleling George Parks Highway), south to Denali Borough, west and south along the borough boundary to its intersection with Matanuska-Susitna Borough, south along the borough boundary to its intersection with Kenai Peninsula Borough, east along the borough boundary to the midpoint of Cook Inlet, south along the midpoint to its intersection with House District 35, west along the district boundary to the mouth of Drift River, west along the river to Lake Clark National Park and Wilderness Area, west along the park/wilderness boundary to a point due east of Summit Lake, west to and around the lake's south shore to Tlikakila River, west to Lake and Peninsula Borough, north and west along the borough boundary to the common boundary of Calista and Bristol Bay ANRCs, west along the common boundary to its intersection with the common boundary of Lower Kuskokwim and Kuspuk REAAs, west along the common REAA boundary to the Kuskokwim River, north along its western bank to the City of Lower Kalskag, east along the city boundary to the City of Upper Kalskag, north and west around the city boundary to the Yukon Kuskokwim Portage Trail, north to its intersection with Bethel Census Area, west along the census area boundary to a point south of the headwaters of the Pitnik River, north along the river to a point just south of the Kashunuk River, north to the river, east to Driftwood Slough, east to the Yukon River, east along its southern bank to Atchuelinguk River, east along its northern bank to its headwaters, north along a non visible line to the Bering Straits ANRC, east and north to point of beginning.

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House District 7 - Senate District D - Farmers Loop / Steese Highway

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House District 7 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the Chatanika River and Fairbanks North Star Borough, north and east along the borough boundary to a point north of the headwaters of Ottertail creek, west to the Middle Fork Chena River, west to Chena Hot Springs Road, west to Flat Creek, south to Chena River, west to a point northeast of the end of Repp Road, west along a trail to Repp Road, west to Brock Road, north to Whitman Road, west to an unnamed road that intersects an unnamed stream, northwest along the creek to the Chena River, west along its southern bank to the City of Fairbanks, west and north along the city boundary to College Road, west to the City of Fairbanks, west along the city boundary to a point where it departs from Noyes Slough, west along the northern bank of the slough to Sandvik Street, west to University Avenue, north to Farmers Loop, north to Yankovich Road, west to Miller Hill Road, north to the intersection of Goldstream Creek and O Conner Creek, north along O Conner Creek to Miller Hill Road, north to Goldstream Road, west to Nugget Loop, west to O'Conner Creek, north to Hattie Creek, north to Old Murphy Dome Road, north along an unnamed trail to Our Creek, north to Chatanika River, west to point of beginning.

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House District 8 - Senate District D - Denali / University

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House District 8 is bounded by a line beginning at the southwestern most point of Denali Borough, northeasterly along the borough boundary to a "Sled Road" (east of George Parks Highway), north to F A A Way, north to the City of N enana, north along the city boundary to the Tanana River, east along its southern bank to Fairbanks North Star Borough, north along the borough boundary to the Chatanika River, east to Our Creek, south to an unnamed trail, south to Old Murphy Dome Road, east to an unnamed road, west to Hattie Creek, south to O Conner Creek, south to Nugget Loop, east to Goldstream Road, east to Miller Hill Road, south to O Conner Creek, south to its intersection with Goldstream Creek, south to Miller Hill Road, south to Yankovich Road, east to Farmers Loop Road, south to University Avenue, south to Sandvik Street, east to Noyes Slough, south along its western bank to the Chena River, east to University Avenue, south to Airport Way, west to Sportsman Way, south to Old Airport Road, west to an access road to Robert Mitchell Expressway, south and east to Peger Road, south to the Tanana River, east along its north bank to the City of Fairbanks, east along the city boundary to the point where it turns northerly (at the common boundary with Fort Wainwright Military Reservation), south along the reservation boundary to its second intersection with the Tanana River, east along the military boundary to the easterly most braid of the Tanana River, south along the eastern most bank to Twentythree Mile Slough, south to Eielson Air Force Base, south along the base boundary to the Tanana River, south along its eastern bank to a point due west of Xantheus Way, west to the river's western bank, south to Fairbanks North Star Borough, westerly along the borough boundary to Denali Borough, south and west along the borough boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 9 - Senate District E - City of Fairbanks

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House District 9 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Airport Way and City of Fairbanks, north along the city boundary to the north shore of Chena River, east to Noyes Slough, north and east along its western shore to the City of Fairbanks, north and east along the city boundary to a point where it departs from College Road, east along College Road to the City of Fairbanks, south along the city boundary to Noyes Slough, east along its northern shore to the Chena River, west across the mouth of the slough, west along the northern shore of Chena River to Cushman Street, south to 30th Avenue, west to Van Horn Road, south to an unnamed creek (just north of Van Horn Court), west along the creek to Shell Street, south to Standard Avenue, west to the City of Fairbanks, north along the city boundary to the Robert Mitchell Expressway, west to an unnamed road, north to Old Airport Road, east to Sportsman Way, north to Airport Way, east to point of beginning.

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House District 10 - Senate District E - Fairbanks / Fort Wainwright

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House District 10 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of College Road and the City of Fairbanks, east and south along the city boundary to a point on Holmes Road where it turns north to intersect Badger Loop Road, west along the Fort Wainwright Military Reservation boundary to the City of Fairbanks, south and west along the city boundary to a point where it departs north from the Tanana River, west along the north bank of the Tanana River to a point just south of Peger Road, east along an unnamed water feature to Peger Road, north to Standard Avenue, east to Shell Street, north to an unnamed stream, east to its intersection with Van Horn Road, north to 30th Avenue, east to Cushman Street, north to Chena River, east along its northern bank to Noyes Slough, north and west along its eastern bank to the City of Fairbanks, north along the city boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 11 - Senate District F - North Pole

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House District 11 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the City of Fairbanks and the Chena River, east along the river's southern bank to a point just past its intersection with Steele Creek, south along an unnamed stream to Whitman Road, east to Brock Road, south to Repp Road, east to its end, northeast along a trail to its end, continuing northeast along a non visible line to the Chena River, east along its southern bank to the Yukon Command Training Site, south along the site's western boundary to Eielson Air Force Base, south along the base's western boundary to Twentythree Mile Slough, north to Tanana River, north along the river's eastern bank to Fort Wainwright Military Reservation, west along the reservation boundary to the western bank of the Tanana River, north along the river's western bank to a point just south of the common reservation and City of Fairbanks boundary, north along the reservation boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 12 - Senate District F - Richardson / Glenn Highways

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House District 12 is bounded by a line beginning at a point on the northern boundary of Matanuska-Susitna Borough where it meets the common Doyon/Ahtna ANRC boundary, east along the borough boundary to the eastern boundary of Denali Borough, north along the Denali Borough boundary to Fairbanks North Star Borough, east along the borough boundary to the Tanana River, north along its western bank to a point due west of Xantheus Way, east to the river's eastern bank, north to Eielson Air Force Base, north along the base boundary to the Chena River, east to Flat Creek, north to Chena Hot Springs Road, east to a trail which intersects the Chena River and Middle Fork Chena River, east along the Middle Fork Chena River to Ottertail Creek, east and north to Fairbanks North Star Borough, easterly around the borough boundary to the common Delta Greely and Alaska Gateway REAA boundary, south along the common boundary to the South Fork (Goodpaster River), west to Goodpaster River, south from that intersection along a non visible line to White Peak, west to Volkmar Lake, south along its eastern shore to the southern tip, south along a non visible line to the intersection of the Volkmar River and the Tanana River, west along the northern shore of the Tanana River to a point opposite the mouth of Clearwater Creek, south to the creek mouth, west along the southern shore of the Tanana River to an unnamed creek (connecting to Clearwater Lake), south to and around the lake to Fales Road, south to Jack Warren Road, east to Souhrada Road, south to Nistler Road, west to Delta Junction City, south and west along the city boundary to the Richardson Highway, south to Fort Greely Military Reservation, east and south along the reservation boundary to the Richardson Highway, south to TAPs (just east of Fielding Lake), south along TAPs to a point due east of the intersection of the Richardson Highway and Paxson Lake Campground Road, west along a non visible line to Richardson Highway, south along the highway to TAPs (just west of the intersection of Sourdough and Haggard Creeks), south along TAPs to the Glenn Highway, east to Old Richardson Highway, south along the highway to Copperville Road, west from that intersection along an unnamed trail to the Tazlina River, west to TAPs, south along TAPs to the southern boundary of the Tazlina ANVSA, east to Old Richardson Highway, south to New Richardson Highway, south to the Klutina River, east to the Copper River, south along its western bank to a point due east of the intersection of the Richardson Highway and 19APL-1 Road, west along the road to TAPs, south to 16APL-3 Road, east to Richardson Highway, south along the highway to an unnamed road (just south of Pippin Lake), west to TAPs, south to Squirrel Creek, south to Richardson Highway, south to Bernard Creek Trail, south along the trail to Bernard Creek, south to its headwaters, south along a non visible line to the headwaters of Uranatina River, south to the Copper River, south along its western bank to Chugach National Forest, west along the forest boundary to Lowe River, west to TAPs, west to the City of Valdez, southerly around the city boundary to the northern shore of Valdez Arm, westerly along a Prince William Sound Traverse across the mouths of Sawmill Bay, Heather and Columbia Bays, Long Channel, Eickelberg Bay, Fairmount Bay, Wells Bay, Unakwik Inlet, Eaglek Bay, Squaw Bay, Esther Bay, Esther Passage, Q uillian Bay, Lake Bay, Port Wells and Passage Canal to Strong Point, north along the shore of Passage Canal to the City of Whittier, west to Municipality of Anchorage, north along the municipality boundary to Matanuska-Susitna Borough, west along the borough boundary to Glacier Fork, west to Metal Creek, north to its headwaters, west along a non visible line to the headwaters of Carpenter Creek, north to the Matanuska River, west along its northern shore to Palmer - Fishhook Road, west to Werner Road, north to Biscane Drive, east to Monte Carlo Lane, north to Farm Loop Road, west and north to Britchenstrap Drive, north to its end, continuing north along a non visible line to Koenen Road, west to Showers Street, south to Crabb Circle, west to Wasilla Creek, north to the end of one of its unnamed tributaries, north along a non visible line to the headwaters of Delia Creek, north to Little Susitna River, south to Fishhook Creek, west to Fishhook-Willow Road, west to Bald Mountain Ridge, north and east along the ridge to the Talkeetna Mountains, east to a point due south of the headwaters of Bartholf Creek, north to its intersection with the Kashwitna River, north along a non visible line to the headwaters of Sheep Creek, west to its intersection with the Iron Creek Tr ail, north along the trail to Iron Creek, west to Talkeetna River, east to Cache Creek, west to its headwaters, north along a non visible line to the intersection of Chunilna Creek and a foot trail, north along the trail to Old Bur Rec Trail, east to Susitna River, west to Portage Creek, east to Thoroughfare Creek, north to its headwaters, east along a non visible line to the headwaters of Crooked Creek, north to the Ahtna ANRC boundary, west and north to point of beginning.

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House District 13 - Senate District G - Greater Palmer

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House District 13 is bounded by a line beginning at a point on the Bald Mountain Ridge just opposite the headwaters of Grubstake Gulch, northeasterly along the ridge to Fishhook - Willow Road, east to Fishhook Creek, east to Little Susitna River, north to Delia Creek, south to its headwaters, continuing south along a non visible line to a tributary of Wasilla Creek, south to and along Wasilla Creek to Crabb Circle, east to Showers Street, north to its end, east to a path, continuing east to Koenen Road, east to its end, south along a non visible line to Britchenstrap Drive, south to Farm Loop, west and south to Corvette Drive, east to Monte Carlo Lane, south to Biscane Drive, west to Werner Road, south to Palmer-Fishhook Road, east to the Matanuska River, south along its western bank to a point due east of the end of Lawalter Road, west to Lawalter Road, west to Outer Springer Loop, south and west to Inner Springer Loop, west to the Alaska Railroad, west to Wasilla Creek, north to George P arks Highway, east to Hyer Road, east to Grantham Road, north to Outer View Drive, north to Portage Drive, west to Glacier Drive, north to Meadow Lane, west to Serrano Drive, north and east to Skip Circle, north to Palmer-Wasilla Highway, west to Luke Street, north to Mayflower Lane, east to Colonial Drive, north to Union Jack Drive, west to Revolutionary Way, east to Freedom Way, north to Windridge Avenue, west to a Portage Trail, north to Cottonwood Lake, west along its shore to a point due south of Blueberry Drive, north to the intersection of Blueberry Drive and Birch Drive, north to Crowberry Drive, east to Cottonwood Loop, north to Aspen Street, west to Alder Drive, north to Estony Hollow Drive, west to Bogard Road, north to Gruman Circle, north to Travel Air Drive, north to a point on the drive just south of its intersection with Sams Drive, west to Anderson Lake, north around the lake's shore to a point due south of Delta Street, north to Delta Street, east to Shaw's Drive, north to Charley Drive, north to Charwood Lane, east to Cedarwood Drive, north to Mosswood Drive, west to Sorrelwood Street, north to its end, continuing north along a non visible line to the intersection of Wasilla-Fishhook Road and Pamela Drive, west on Pamela Drive to Starwood Drive, west to Windflower Drive, south to Pamela Drive, west to a point on the drive due north of the end of Tanis Road, north along a non visible line to the Little Susitna River, easterly along its north bank to an intersection with an unnamed stream (just east of Coles Patton Extended), north along the creek to point of beginning.

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District 14 - Senate District G - Greater Wasilla

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House District 14 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Lucile Creek and the western boundary of Wasilla City, north and east along the city boundary to Jacobsen Lake, easterly around the lake to Happy Little Road, east to Seims Street, north to George Parks Highway, west to Stanley Road, north to Machen Road, east to Day Road, north and west to Stanley Road, north to the end of Stanley Road, continuing north along a non visible line to intersect an unnamed stream just south of Bruce Lake, east to Church Road, north to Schrock Road, east to Sushana Drive, north to Coal Creek, north to the creek headwaters, continuing north along a non visible line to Bald Mountain Ridge, east to a point on the ridge just opposite Grubstake Gulch, south to the headwaters of an unnamed stream, south along the creek to Little Susitna River, west along the northern bank of the river to a p oint just west of a trail feature extending from Coles Patton Extended Road, south across the river and continuing south along a non visible line to Pamela Drive, east to Windflower Drive, north to Starwood Drive, east to Pamela Drive, east to intersect Wasilla-Fishhook Road, due south from the intersection to the end of Sorrelwood Street, south to Mosswood Drive, east to Cedarwood Drive, south to Charwood Lane, west to Charley Drive, south to Shaw's Drive, west to Delta Street, southwest to intersect Anderson Lake, southerly around the lake to a point opposite the intersection of Travel Air Drive and Sams Drive, east to Travel Air Drive, south to Gruman Circle, south to Bogard Road, south to Estony Hollow Drive, east to Alder Drive, south to Aspen Street, east to Cottonwood Loop, south to Crowberry Drive, west to Blueberry Drive, south to its intersection with Birch Drive and continuing south along a non visible line to Cottonwood Lake, west around the lake shore to Portage Trail, south to Windridge Avenue, east to Freedom Way, south to Revolutionary Way, west to Union Jack Drive, east to Colonial Drive, south to Mayflower Lane, west to Luke Street, south to Palmer - Wasilla Highway, east to Skip Circle, south to Serrano Drive, south to Meadow Drive, east to Glacier Drive, south to Portage Drive, east to Outer View Drive, south to Grantham Road, south to Hyer Road, south to George Parks Highway, west to Wasilla Creek, south to the Alaska Railroad, west to Fairview Loop, south and west to Cotton Drive, north to Was illa City, west along the city boundary to Cottonwood Creek, west to Edlund Road, north to Knik Goose Bay Road, west to Foothills Boulevard, north to Lucile Creek, east to point of beginning.

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House District 15 - Senate District H - Rural Mat-Su

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House District 15 includes all uplands and islands bounded by a line beginning at the northwestern most corner of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, easterly along the borough boundary to Doyon ANRC, south and east along the ANRC boundary to Crooked Creek, south to its headwaters, westerly along a non visible line to the headwaters of Thoroughfare Creek, south to Portage Creek, west to Susitna River, east along its northern bank to Old Bur Rec Trail, south along a series of unnamed foot trails and a non visible line to the headwaters of Cache Creek, east to Talkeetna River, west to Iron Creek, south to Iron Creek Trail, south along the trail to Sheep Creek, east to the creek headwaters, south along a non visible line to the intersection of Kashwitna River and Bartholf Creek, south along the creek to its headwaters in the Talkeetna Mountains, westerly through the Talkeetna Mountains to Bald Mountain Ridge, westerly along the ridge to a point by the headwaters of Coal Creek, south along the creek to Sushana Drive, south to Schrock road, west to Church Road, south to its intersection with an unnamed creek (just east of Bruce Lake), west along the creek to a point due north of Stanley Road, south to and along the road to Day Road, east and south to Machen Road, west to Stanley Road, south to George Parks Highway, east to Seims Street, south to Happy Little Road, south to Jacobsen Lake, east along the lake shore to Wasilla City, west along the city boundary to its intersection with Lucile Creek, west to Foothills Boulevard, south to Knik-Goose Bay Road, west to a point due west of Binnacle Drive, south along a trail to the end of Binnacle Drive, continuing south along a non visible line to Crocker Creek, west along the creek to Settlers Bay Drive, south to Crocker Creek, south to the mouth of Crocker Creek, south through Knik Arm to the Matanuska-Susitna Borough boundary, west and north to point of beginning.

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House District 16 - Senate District H - Chugiak / South Mat-Su

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House District 16 includes all uplands and islands bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Crocker Creek in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, north along the creek to Settlers Bay Drive, north to Crocker Creek, east along the creek to a point due south of the end of Binnacle Drive, north along a non visible line t o the end of Binnacle Drive, continuing north to intersect Knik-Goose Bay Road, east to Edlund Road, south to Cottonwood Creek, east to its intersection with Wasilla City, east and south along the city boundary to Cotton Drive, south to Fairview Loop, east to the Alaska Railroad, east and north to Inner Springer Loop, east to Outer Springer Loop, east and north to Lawalter Road, east to the road's end, continuing east along a non visible extension to Matanuska River, north and east along the western river bank to Carpenter Creek, south to the midpoint of a non visible line between a mountain peak called "Glacier 7190" and the headwaters of Metal Creek, east along the non visible line to Metal Creek, south along the creek to Glacier Fork, east to the Municipality of Anchorage, south along the municipality boundary to the common boundary of Lake George National Natural Landmark and Chugach National Forest, west along the forest boundary to a natural ridge line running along the Eagle Glacier, north to Whiteout Glacier, continuing northwest to Peril Peak, northwest to the headwaters of Peters Creek, north to a point on the creek due east of Mount Magnificent, west along a non visible line to Mount Magnificent, west to the headwaters of Meadow Creek, west to Chugach State Park, north along the park boundary to Carol Creek, west to Savage Drive, north to Fish Hatchery Road, west to Old Glenn Highway, east to Lake Ridge Drive, north to Caspian Court, east to Darby Road, east to Old Glenn Highway, north to Birchwood Loop Road, west to on-ramp of New Glenn Highway, continuing north along the highway to Parks Creek, north to Mink Creek, west to Werre Street, north to Richner Road, west to Mink Creek, north to Fire Creek, north to the creek mouth at Knik Arm, north through the waters of Knik Arm to the common boundary of the Municipality of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, north to point of beginning.

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House District 17 - Senate District I - Eagle River

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House District 17 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the New Glenn Highway and Eagle River Access Road, east along the access road to Carol Creek, east to Chugach State Park, westerly and southerly along the park boundary to Steeple Drive, south to Eagle River Lane, south to the lane's end, continuing south along a non visible line to the eastern end of Highland Ridge Drive, west and south to Driftwood Bay Drive, west to Eagle Loop Road, south to Eagle River, west along its north bank to Fort Richardson Military Base, north along the base boundary to a point due west of the intersection of Breckenridge Drive and Farm Avenue, east to the New Glenn Highway, east to point of beginning.

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House District 18 - Senate District I - Military

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House District 18 is bounded by a line beginning at a point on t he Municipality of Anchorage boundary north of the mouth of Fire Creek, southerly through Knik Arm to the creek, southerly along the creek to Mink Creek, south to a point due west of the end of Richner Road, east to and along the road to Werre Street, south to Mink Creek, east to Parks Creek, south to the New Glenn Highway, south to Birchwood Loop Road, east to Old Glenn Highway, south to Darby Road, west to Caspian Court, west to Lake Ridge Drive, south to Old Glenn Highway, west to Fish Hatchery Road, east to Savage Drive, south to Carol Creek, west to Eagle River Access Road, west to the New Glenn Highway, west to a point on the highway just west of the intersection of Breckenridge Drive and Farm Avenue, west to Fort Richardson Military Reservation Base, south along the base boundary to Glenn Highway, west along the highway to Centennial Park, south along the park boundary to Boundary Avenue, west to Muldoon Road, south to Duben Avenue, west to Oklahoma Street, north to Access Road, west to Patterson Street, north along a non visible line to the Glenn Highway, west to Mc Carrey Street, north to Vandenberg Avenue, west to Pine Street, north to McPhee Avenue, west to the end of McPhee Avenue, continuing west along the Elmendorf Air Force Base boundary to the Alaska Railroad, west along the railroad to Port Access Loop Road, north to Loop Road, east to Bluff Drive, west to Ocean Dock Road, south to Terminal Lease (North Star) Access Road, west to Knik Arm shore, west through Knik Arm to the Municipality of Anchorage boundary, east along the boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 19 - Senate District J - Muldoon

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House District 19 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Boniface Parkway and Pilgrim Drive, east to Plymouth Drive, north to 6th Avenue, east to Staedem Drive, east to 6th Avenue, east to Donna Drive, east to Turpin Street, north to 6th Avenue, east to Jordt Circle, east to Fredericks Drive, north and east to Patterson Street, north to Duben Avenue, east to Muldoon Road, north to Boundary Avenue, east to Fort Richardson Military Firing Range, south along the military boundary to a Power Line Right-of-way (ROW), west along the ROW to the end of Northern Lights Boulevard, west to Augustine Drive, north to Lake George Drive, north to Chandalar Drive, east to 21st Avenue, west to Paxson Drive, north to Chester Creek South Branch, west to a non visible extension of Colgate Drive, west to and along Colgate Drive to Baxter Road, north to Beaver Place, north to an access road to MOA Parks and Rec area, west along the parks and rec boundary to the end of Chester Creek Middle Branch, north to the end of Craig Drive, west to Penn Circle, south to 20 th Avenue, west to Boniface Parkway, north to point of beginning.

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House District 20 - Senate District J - Mountain View / Wonder Park

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House District 20 is bounded by a line beginning at the western end of Thompson Avenue, east to Taylor Street, north to Elmendorf Air Force Base, east along the base boundary to McPhee Avenue, east to Pine Street, south to Vandenberg Avenue, east to Mc Carrey Street, south to Glenn Highway, east to a point on the highway just north of Patterson Street, south to intersection of Patterson Street and Access Road, east to Oklahoma Street, south to Duben Avenue, west to Patterson Street, south to Fredericks Drive, west and south to Jordt Circle, west to 6th Avenue, west to Turpin Street, south to Donna Drive, west to 6 th Avenue, west to Staedem Drive, west to 6th Avenue, west to Plymouth Drive, south to Pilgrim Drive, west to Boniface Parkway, south to Debarr Road, west to Pine Street, north to San Roberto Avenue, west to Hoyt Street, north to 7th Avenue, west to Penland Parkway, west to Airport Heights Drive, north to Mountain View Drive, east to Porcupine Drive, west to Rampart Drive, east to Commercial Drive, west to Meyer Street, north to point of beginning.

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House District 21 - Senate District K - Baxter Bog

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House District 21 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Penn Circle and Craig Drive, east to the end of Craig Drive, south along a non visible line to the end of Chester Creek Mid Branch, east along the MOA Parks and Rec boundary to an access Road, east to Beaver Place, south to Baxter Road, south to Colgate Drive, east to the end of Colgate Drive, continuing east along a non visible extension to Chester Creek South Branch, east to Paxson Drive, south to 21st Avenue, east to Chandalar Drive, south to Lake George Drive, south to Augustine Drive, south to Northern Lights Boulevard, east to Muldoon Road, continuing east along a Power Line ROW to Fort Richardson Firing Range, south along the range boundary to the northeast corner of Far North Bicentennial Park, west along the park boundary to the end of Tudor Road, west to Boniface Parkway, north to College Drive, east to Pembroke Street, north to Penn Circle, east and north to point of beginning.

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House District 22 - Senate District K - University / Airport Heights

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House District 22 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Airport Heights Drive and Penland Parkway, east along the parkway to 7th Avenue, east to Hoyt Street, south to San Roberto Avenue, east to Pine Street, south to Debarr Road, east to Boniface Parkway, south to 20th Avenue, east to Penn Circle, south and west to Pembroke Street, south to College Drive, west to Boniface Parkway, south to Tudor Road, west to Dale Street, north to 43rd Avenue, west to the intersection of Piper Street and the southern boundary of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute (API), west along the API boundary to Lake Otis Parkway, north to 20th Avenue, east to Toklat Street, north to 17th Avenue, east to Logan Street, north to 16th Avenue, east to Alder Drive, north to 15th Avenue, east to Airport Heights Drive, north to point of beginning.

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House District 23 - Senate District L - Downtown / Rogers Park

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House District 23 is bounded by a line beginning at a point on the Municipality of Anchorage boundary in Knik Arm west of the Port of Anchorage, east to the Terminal Lease Lot (North Star) Access Road, east to Ocean Dock Road, north to Bluff Drive, east to Loop Road, west to Port Access Loop Road, south to Alaska Railroad, east along the railroad to Elmendorf Air Force Base, south and east along the base boundary to the end of Thompson Avenue, south to and along Meyer Street to Commercial Drive, east to Rampart Drive, south to Porcupine Drive, south to Mountain View Drive, west to Airport Heights Drive, south to 15th Avenue, west to Alder Drive, south to 16th Avenue, west to Logan Street, south to 17th Avenue, west to Toklat Street, south to 20th Avenue, west to Lake Otis Road, south to Northern Lights Boulevard, west to C Street. North to Fireweed Lane, west to D Street, north to 22nd Avenue, east to C Street, north to 15th Avenue, west to E Street, north to 13th Avenue, west to L Street, north to 11th Avenue, west to P Street, north to 9th Avenue, west to the end of 9th Avenue, continuing west to the shore of Knik Arm, northwest through Knik Arm to the Municipality of Anchorage, north along the municipality boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 24 - Senate District L - Midtown / Taku

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House District 24 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of C Street and Northern Lights Boulevard, east to Lake Otis Road, south to Lake Otis Parkway, south to the southern boundary of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute, east along the API boundary to Piper Street, south to 43rd Avenue, east to Dale Street, south to Tudor Road, east to Bragaw Street, south to the end of Bragaw Street, continuing south along a Power Line ROW through Far North Bicentennial Park to its southern boundary, west along the park boundary to the end of Dowling Road, west along Dowling Road to Laurel Street, south to its intersection with 64 th Avenue, west along a non visible line to Lake Otis Parkway, south to 68th Avenue, west to Brayton Drive, south to its intersection with Lore Road, west along a non visible line to the intersection of Homer Drive and 76th Avenue, west to Nathan Drive, north to Nathan Circle, west to intersect a stream running south out of Campbell Creek, north along the stream to Campbell Creek, west to the Alaska Railroad, north to 68th Avenue, west to C Street, north to point of beginning.

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House District 25 - Senate District M - East Spenard

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House District 25 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of L Street and 13th Avenue, east to E Street, south to 15th Avenue, east to C Street, south to 22nd Avenue, west to D Street, south to Fireweed Lane, east to C Street, south to Raspberry Road, west to Arlene Street, south to 69th Court, west to Smaldon Street, north to Raspberry Street, west to Blackberry Street, north to Jewel Lake Road, north to International Airport Road, east to Northwood Drive, north to Spenard Road, east to the Alaska Railroad, north to 36 th Avenue, east to Lois Drive, north to 33rd Avenue, east to Minnesota Drive, north to Spenard Thru- Way, north and east to L Street, north to point of beginning.

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House District 26 - Senate District M - Turnagain / Inlet View

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House District 26 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Postmark Drive and Point Woronzof Road, east to Earthquake Park, north along the park boundary to the shore of Knik Arm, north through Knik Arm to the Municipality of Anchorage, east along the municipality boundary to a point north of where a non visible extension of 9 th Avenue would intersect the shore of Knik Arm, southerly through Knik Arm to the shore and easterly along the extension to 9th Avenue, east to P Street, south to 11th Avenue, east to L Street, south to the Spenard Thru-Way, south to and along Minnesota Drive to 33rd Avenue, west to Lois Drive, south to 36th Avenue, west to the Alaska Railroad, south to Spenard Road, west to Northwood Drive, south to International Airport Road, west to Postmark Drive, north to point of beginning.

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House District 27 - Senate District N - Sand Lake

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House District 27 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Point Woronzof Road and Postmark Drive, south on Postmark Drive to International Airport Road, east to Jewel Lake Road, south to Blackberry Street, south to Raspberry Road, east to Smaldon Street, south to 69th Court, east to Arlene Street, north to Raspberry Road, east to Cheryl Street, south to 70th Avenue, west to Chad Street, south to 76th Avenue, west to Minnesota Drive, south to Dimond Boulevard, west to Vernye Place, north to 90th Avenue, west to Campbell Creek, south to Northwood Street, north to Tasha Drive, west to Flamingo Drive, south to 88th Avenue, west to Lakehurst Drive, south to 89th Court, west to Jewel Terrace Street, north to 88th Avenue, west to Gloralee Street, south to Jewel Lake Park, west to Jewel Lake, north around the lake shore to a point due east of the end of Emerald Circle, west to and along Emerald Circle to Emerald Street, north to 88th Avenue, west to Jade Street, south to Dimond Boulevard, west to Endicott Street, continuing due west along a non visible line to Kincaid Park, south along the park boundary to the shore of Turnagain Arm, south through Turnagain Arm to the Municipality of Anchorage, following the municipality boundary west and northeasterly (including Fire Island) to a point due north of Earthquake Park, south through Knik Arm to and along the park's western boundary to Point Woronzof Road, west to point of beginning.

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House District 28 - Senate District N - Bayshore / Klatt

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House District 28 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Kincaid Park and the shore of Turnagain Arm, north to a non visible line extending due west from the intersection of Endicott Street and Dimond Boulevard, east along the line to Dimond Boulevard, east to Jade Street, north to 88th Avenue, east to Emerald Street, south to Emerald Circle, east to Jewel Lake, north around the lake shore to its intersection with the southern boundary of Jewel Lake Park, east to Gloralee Street, north to 88th Avenue, east to Jewel Terrace Street, south to 89th Court, east to 88th Avenue, east to Flamingo Drive, north to Tasha Drive, east to Northwood Street, south to Campbell Creek, east to 90th Avenue, east to Vernye Place, south to Dimond Boulevard, east to Minnesota Drive, south to O'Malley Road, east to Johns Road, south to Mariner Drive, east to Furrow Creek, east to Alaska Railroad, south to Cross Rd, east to Oceanview Drive, south and east to Old Seward Highway, south to De Armoun Road, east to New Seward Highway, south to Little Rabbit Creek, west to the mouth of Little Rabbit Creek, south through Turnagain Arm to the Municipality of Anchorage, northwest along the municipality boundary to a point due south of Kincaid Park, north to point of beginning.

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House District 29 - Senate District O - Campbell / Independence Park

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House District 29 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Cheryl Street and Raspberry Road, east along Raspberry Road to the Alaska Railroad, south to Campbell Creek, east to a small intersecting stream, south to Nathan Circle, east to Nathan Drive, south to 76th Avenue, east to Brayton Drive, south to Abbot Road, east to E Dimond Circle, east to Dimond Boulevard, east to its intersection with Little Campbell Creek, east to Lake Otis Parkway, south to 88th Avenue, west to Golovin Street, south to Abbott Road, east to Lake Otis Parkway, south to O'Malley Road, west to Minnesota Drive, north to a point due east of a non visible extension of 76th Avenue, east to and along 76th Avenue to Chad Street, north to 70th Avenue, east to Cheryl Street, north to point of beginning.

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House District 30 - Senate District O - Lore / Abbott

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House District 30 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Bragaw Street and Tudor Road, east along Tudor Road to its intersection with Muldoon Road, east to Far North Bicentennial Park, east, south and west along the park boundary to Lodge Pole Court, west to Nettleton Drive, south to Hillside Drive, south to O'Malley Road, west to Main Tree Drive, north to Lone Tree Drive, west to W Tree Drive, west to Birch Road, north to 104 th Avenue, west to Our Road, south to Little Campbell Creek, west to a point on the creek due south of Hanley Circle, north to and along Hanley Circle to 101st Avenue, west to Abbott Loop Road, south to O'Malley Road, west to Lake Otis Parkway, north to Abbott Road, west to Golovin Street, north to 88th Avenue, east to Lake Otis Parkway, north to Little Campbe ll Creek, west to E Dimond Boulevard, west to E Dimond Circle, west to Abbott Road, west to Brayton Drive, north to 68th Avenue, east to Lake Otis Parkway, north to a point due west of the intersection of Laurel Street and 64th Avenue, east along a non visible line to said intersection, north on Laurel Street to Dowling Road, east to the end of Dowling Road, east on a Power Line ROW to a perpendicular Power Line ROW (extending south from the end of Bragaw Street), north along the ROW to Bragaw Street, north to point of beginning.

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House District 31 - Senate District P - Huffman / Ocean View

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House District 31 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Johns Road and O'Malley Road, east along O'Malley Road to Abbott Loop Road, north to 101st Avenue, east to Hanley Circle, south to Little Campbell Creek, east to Our Road, north to 104 th Avenue, east to Birch Road, south to Tree Drive, east to Lone Tree Drive, east to Main Tree Drive, south to O'Malley Road, east to Hillside Drive, south to Rabbit Creek Road, east to Old Rabbit Creek Road, south to Rabbit Creek, west along the creek to 140th Avenue, west to De Armoun Road, west to Old Seward Highway, north to Oceanview Drive, west and north to Cross Road, west to Alaska Railroad, north to Furrow Creek, west to Mariner Drive, west to Johns Road, north to point of beginning.

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House District 32 - Senate District P - Chugach State Park

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House District 32 is bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the eastern boundary of Centennial Park and the Glenn Highway, east along the highway to Fort Richardson Military Reservation, north along the reservation boundary to Eagle River, east along its northern bank to Eagle Loop Road, north to Driftwood Bay Drive, east to Highland Ridge Drive, east to its end, north along a non visible line to Eagle River Lane, north to Steeple Drive, north to Chugach State Park, north along the park boundary to Meadow Creek, east to its headwaters, east along a non visible line to Peters Creek, south to its headwaters, southeast to Peril Peak, continuing southeasterly along a natural ridge line running along Whiteout Glacier, south to Eagle Glacier to its intersection with Chugach National Forest, east along the forest boundary to the Municipality of Anchorage, south along the municipality boundary to the City of Whittier, east along the city boundary to the south shore of Passage Canal, east around Strong Point, westerly along the northern shore of Blackstone Bay to Kenai Peninsula Borough, westerly along the borough boundary t o the Alaska Railroad, south to Johnson Pass Trail, north to Lynx Creek Road, west to Lynx Creek, south along a non visible line to Juneau Creek, west to Fresno Creek, west to Seward Highway, north to Pin Pass Creek, west to Resurrection Creek, north to Gol d Gulch, west to the common boundary of Chugach National Forest and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, north along the common boundary to the south shore of Turnagain Arm, northerly to the common boundary of Kenai Peninsula Borough and the Municipality of Anchorage, northwesterly to a point on the common boundary just south of the mouth of Little Rabbit Creek, north to the creek, east to New Seward Highway, north to De Armoun Road, east to 140th Avenue, east to Rabbit Creek, east to Rabbit Creek Road, north to Hillside Drive, north to Lodge Pole Court, east to Far North Bicentennial Park, north along the park boundary to Fort Richardson Firing Range, north along the range boundary to Centennial Park, north to point of beginning.

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House District 33 - Senate District Q - Kenai / Soldotna

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House District 33 is bounded by a line beginning at the northeastern most corner of Kenai City, easterly and southerly along the city boundary to Kenai Spur Highway, south to Sports Lake Road, east to Moser Road, south to the end of Moser Road, continuing south along a non visible line to the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline ROW, westerly along the ROW to Delta Avenue, west to Gibson Boulevard, south to Kilowatt Avenue, west to Kenai Spur Highway, south to Soldotna City, easterly, southerly, and westerly along the city boundary to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, westerly along the refuge boundary to Soldotna City, easterly along the city boundary to Gas Well Road, east to Echo Lake Road, south to Evelyn Lane, east to the lane's end, continuing east along a non visible line to Slikok Creek, south to Sterling Highway, south to Coal Creek, west to Kalifornsky Beach Road, north to Kasilof Beach Stub, west to the eastern shore of Cook Inlet, northerly along the shore to Kenai City, north along the city boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 34 - Senate District Q - Rural Kenai

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House District 34 contains all uplands within the area of the Kenai Peninsula Borough bounded by a line beginning at the northwestern most point of Kenai City, proceeding west to the center line of Cook Inlet, northeasterly along centerline to the Kenai Peninsula Borough, easterly along the borough boundary to a point due north of the common boundary of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Area and Chugach National Forest, south through Turnagain Arm to the common boundary, south along the common boundary to Gold Gulch, east to Resurrection Creek, south to Juneau Creek, south to Slaughter Creek, north to Trout Lake, following its northern shore to Thurman Creek, northwest to common boundary of Kenai National Wilderness Area and Chugach National Forest, south along the common boundary to the Kenai Fjords National Park, south and west along the park boundary to a point where the Kenai National Wilderness Area boundary diverges north, north and west along the wilderness boundary to Cytex Creek, west to Deep Creek, southerly along a series of tributaries and feeder creeks to Anchor River, west to the Anchor River Feeder Creek, west along a non visible line to North Fork River, west to North Fork Tributary, west to its end, continuing west along a non visible line to Kutayfa Avenue, west to Sterling Highway, north to Whiskey Gulch Spur Road, west to the eastern shore of Cook Inlet, north along the shore to Kenai City, north along the city boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 35 - Senate District R - Homer / Seward

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House District 35 includes all uplands and islands in the area bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Tlikakila River and Kenai Peninsula Borough, east along the river to Summit Lake, east along the lake's south shore to its eastern most point, east along a non visible line to Lake Clark National Park and Wilderness Area, south along the park and wilderness boundary to Drift River, east to the shore of Cook Inlet, east across the inlet to the northwestern most point of Kenai City, southerly along the city boundary to the shore of Cook Inlet, south along the shore to Whiskey Gulch Spur Road, east to Sterling Highway, south to Kutayfa Avenue, east to its end, continuing east along a non visible line to the end of North Fork Tributary, south to North Fork River, east along the river to its headwaters, south to and along a feeder creek to Anchor River, east to a feeder creek just west of its headwaters, northeasterly along Anchor River Feeder Creek to its natural end, east along a non visible line to Swift Creek, north to its natural end, north along a non visible line to Deep Creek Tributary, north to Deep Creek, northwesterly along Deep Creek to Cytex C reek, east to Kenai National Wilderness Area, east and south along the wilderness boundary to Kenai Fjords National Park, easterly along the park boundary to Chugach National Forest, north along the forest boundary to Thurman Creek, south to Slaughter Creek, south to Juneau Creek, north to Resurrection Creek, northeasterly to Pin Pass Creek, east to the Seward Highway, south to Fresno Creek, east to Juneau Creek at Canyon Creek, east along Juneau Creek to its headwaters, northeasterly along a non visible line to the headwaters of Lynx Creek, north to Lynx Creek Road, north to Johnson Pass Trail, south to the Alaska Railroad, north to Kenai Peninsula Borough, east, south and north along the borough boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 36 - Senate District R - Kodiak


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House District 36 includes all uplands and islands in the area bounded by a line beginning at the northwestern most corner of Lake and Peninsula Borough, east and south along the borough boundary to the Kodiak Island Borough, including all of the Kodiak Island Borough, continuing westerly along Katmai National Park boundary to the Lake and Peninsula Borough, northerly along the borough boundary to point of beginning.

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House District 37 - Senate District S - Bristol Bay / Aleutians

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House District 37 includes all uplands and islands in the area bounded by a line beginning at the northwestern most corner of the Bristol Bay ANRC, east along the ANRC boundary to Lake and Peninsula Borough, south along the borough boundary to Bristol Bay Borough, east and south around the borough boundary to Katmai National Park, south along the park boundary to Lake and Peninsula Borough, west along the borough boundary to Aleutians East Borough, including all of the Aleutians East Borough, all of the islands of the Aleutian Chain, and the Pribilof Islands, easterly to the common boundary of the Calista and Bristol Bay ANRCs at Hagemeister Strait, north to point of beginning.

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House District 38 - Senate District S - Bethel

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House District 38 includes all uplands and islands in the area bounded by a line beginning at the easternmost point of the common boundary of Wade Hampton and Bethel Census Areas at Hazen Bay, east along the common boundary to the Yukon Kuskokwim Portage Trail, south to Upper Kalskag City, northerly around the city boundary to Lower Kalskag City, southerly around the city boundary to the Kuskokwim River, southwesterly along its north bank to the common boundary of Lower Yukon and Kuspuk REAAs, southeasterly along the common REAA boundary to the common Calista and Bristol Bay ANRC boundary, southwesterly along the common ANRC boundary to Hagemeister Strait, northwesterly offshore to include Nunivak Island and St Mathew Island, southeasterly back to point of beginning.

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House District 39 - Senate District T - Bering Straits


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House District 39 includes all uplands and islands in the area bounded by a line beginning at the westernmost point of the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, east and north along the preserve's southern boundary to a non visible line, east to the Northwest Arctic Borough, east along the borough boundary to the Bering Straits and Yukon Koyukuk REAAs, south along the common REAA boundary to the Bering Straits and Iditarod REAAs, southerly along the common REAA boundary to the Bering Straits and Lower Yukon REAAs, east along the common REAA boundary to a point just north of the Atchuelinguk River, south along a non visible line to the head waters of the Atchuelinguk River, southwesterly along the Atchuelinguk River to Pilot Station City, southerly around the city boundary to the Yukon River, south across the river to Hills Slough, south to Kashunuk Slough, west to Kashunuk River, southwesterly along Kashunuk River approximately 15 miles to a point opposite the Pikmik River, southwesterly along a non visible line to the Pikmik River, south to its head waters, south along a non visible line to the common boundary of the Wade Hampton and Bethel Census Areas, westerly along the common boundaries to Hazen Bay, northwesterly offshore to include St. Lawrence Island, northeasterly to include Little Diomede Island, easterly back to point of beginning.

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House District 40 - Senate District T - Arctic

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House District 40 includes the North Slope Borough, the Northwest Arctic Borough, and an area of land due west of the Northwest Arctic Borough enclosed by the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve as its southern boundary, west along the preserve boundary to the shore of Bering Strait, west through the strait to the nautical 3-mile limit, north along the limit back to the Northwest Arctic Borough to close.

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Statewide Precinct Descriptions from 2002 Amended Final Redistricting Plan

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