Community Council Surveys

Abbott Loop

The Abbott Loop Community Council is located in the heart of Anchorage. It encompasses the geographic area between Dowling Road on the north, O'Malley Road on the south, New Seward Hwy on the west, Abbott Loop Road on the east, and an additional smaller area to the east roughly between Abbott Loop Road, Abbott Road, Birch Road, and O'Malley Road.
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DTCC: Low, because we think it is already being done.
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Abbott Loop Capital Project Priorities

A list of proposed projects or needs that will be prioritized by the public through their community council. Here you will see them separated into three categories PM&E, State and Parks & Rec.

Project Management and Engineering

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Status: Feb 28 2017 - Commencement of right-of-way acquisition is tentatively scheduled for this year with construction startup in 2019, however both are dependent upon additional funding. Initial design study was funded with 2009 and 2010 road bonds. The project is being coordinated with the ADOT 92nd Ave Underpass project expected to begin construction in 2021.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - This project has not started. State grant funding is proposed. Otherwise, since this is a local road, funding for a road upgrade would be through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District Program. In this program, property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is currently scheduled in the 6-year Capital Improvement Program. No funding is planned unless the road is reclassified as a collector street.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - This project has not started. State grant funding is proposed.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The project has not started. The project will remain on the needs list for future funding consideration. It is anticipated that funding for a design study will be pursued initially. The DSR will provide the scope of a recommended alternative and identify a project budget.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Design completion requires a contract amendment with DOWL. Draft DSR review in progress. Full project funding is proposed with a combination of state grants and local road bonds.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - State grant funding is proposed.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The project has not started. State grant funding is proposed.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway and no funding is proposed in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. The project would be funded through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District Program in which property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Funding is proposed as a funding partnership of state grants and local road bonds.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is currently scheduled in the 6-year Capital Improvement Program. Funding will be through the Road Improvement District program in which the project is initiated by property owners who agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway or scheduled in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. Funding would be through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District Program in which property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments. However, improvements by the State of Alaska to the Seward Highway, may include improvements to this road.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is currently scheduled in the 6-year Capital Improvement Program. No funding is planned unless the road is reclassified as a collector street.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - This project has not started. State grant funding is programmed for design.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway or scheduled in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. This is a local road an funding will be through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District program. In this program, property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the project costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway or scheduled in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. Funding for local road upgrades is through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District program. In this program, property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway or scheduled in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. Funding for local road upgrades is through the 30/70 Upgrade Road Improvement District program. In this program, property owners initiate the project and agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The project has not started. Bond funding is programmed in the CIP for design.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The project has not started. 2017 bond funding is proposed for design and 2018 bond funding is proposed for construction.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - This is an annual program with bond funding anticipated. CUI is being tasked.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - This is an annual program to pave 10-12 alleys each summer in the Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area (ARDSA).

State of Alaska

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Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway or scheduled in the six-year Capital Improvement Program. This is a state-owned facility and evaluation and funding would be by the State of Alaska. This project is identified in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The first phase of the project began construction in 2016 and will be completed in 2017. This is a state-owned facility and evaluation and future funding would be by the State of Alaska. The route is identified as a freeway in the Official Streets and Highways Plan. The project is also included in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). A state grant for the underpass was provided by the Legislature but additional funding is now required to complete construction.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is underway. This trail has been added to the Capital Project Needs List for evaluation and future funding consideration. Both Abbott Road and Hillside Drive are state owned facilities and funding would be from state or federal sources.

Parks & Recreation

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Status: Feb 28 2017 - Park Maintenance performs monthly safety inspections and repairs the park assets as necessary.
Status: Jun 1 2016 - This need is pending review by MOA
This is a new project added by the Community Council
1 year 4 months ago
Status: Feb 28 2017 - State grant funding is proposed.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Park Maintenance performs monthly safety inspections and repairs the park assets as necessary.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The FNBP Trail Improvement Plan was adopted by the Parks & Recreation Commission and the Urban Design Commission. The Improvement Plan identifies a list of projects supported by all trail user groups.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The department currently manages community gardens at The Gardens @ Bragaw, C Street Gardens, Fairview Lyons and McPhee Gardens
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The North Westchester Lagoon Bridge was replaced in 2015 with the Sisson and Fish Creek Bridge being replaced this year. The (2) remaining bridges to be replace are the South Westchester Lagoon Bridge and the 2nd Avenue Bridge.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Park Maintenance and horticulture crews have cleared parks and trails making current park assets safe for Anchorage citizens.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - New acquisition
Status: Feb 28 2017 - No work is currently scheduled in the 6-year Capital Improvement Program. Funding will be through the Road Improvement District program in which the project is initiated by property owners who agree to pay 70% of the costs through special assessments.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The Parks & Recreation Department in partnership with the Anchorage Park Foundation and a group of little league volunteers recently completed accessibility and parking improvements at the ballfield complex.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Park Maintenance performs monthly safety inspections and repairs the park assets as necessary.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Recent and ongoing bank armoring has provided protection for a 5- 10 year period.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Anchorage has over 250 miles of tails and improved wayfinding will address safety and navigation concerns.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - Park Maintenance performs monthly safety inspections and repairs the park assets as necessary.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The department just completed a small, fenced dog park at Arctic Benson Park. Another project is underway to formalize a fenced off-leash area at Valley of the Moon Park.
Status: Feb 28 2017 - The parking lot at Jodphur has become significantly more popular with the new single track trails that provide summer mountain biking and new winter access to Kincaid Park for non skiers.