Cities in Alaska: a List

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The state of Alaska is located in the northwest corner of the North American continent. Alaska ranks as the third least populous state in the United States with 733,391 people[1], but it has the largest land area at 570,640 square miles. In terms of area, 95 square miles (1,477,953 3 km2) [2] Alaska is divided administratively into 19 organized boroughs and one Unorganized Borough (which is divided into 11 non-administrative census areas) and contains 149 incorporated cities: four unified home rule municipalities, which are considered both boroughs and cities; ten home rule cities; nineteen first class cities; and 116 second class cities Incorporated cities in Alaska account for only Although only 2.1% of the territory's total area, they are home to Seventy-nine point two percent of its people Each of the four consolidated municipalities is larger than 1,700 square miles (4,400 km2), so together they make up the vast majority of the incorporated land mass. Besides Anchorage and Juneau, Unalaska (which includes the fishing port of Dutch Harbor) and Valdez (which includes the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System's terminal) are the only other cities in Alaska with an incorporated area larger than 100 square miles (260 square kilometers).

Alaska's incorporated municipalities fall into two broad legal classifications: "general law" and "home rule." [4] All legislative powers not prohibited by law or charter are available to both general law cities and home rule cities, whose powers and functions are largely identical. Local cities are responsible for a wide range of activities, including but not limited to holding elections and convening regular meetings of governing bodies. Unless delegated by the borough, the responsibility for municipal school districts, exercise planning, and land use regulations falls on home rule cities and first class cities in the unorganized borough. It is the responsibility of unified home rule cities (and other boroughs) to levy and collect municipal property and sales tax. To create a home rule city, a group of citizens form a commission to write a charter, and the charter is then voted on and approved by the community at large. For incorporation as a home rule or first class city under Title 29 of the Alaska Statutes (municipal government), a community must have at least 400 permanent residents. One home rule city (Nenana) and four first class cities (Hydaburg, Pelican, Seldovia, and Tanana) reported populations falling below that threshold in the 2010 Census, but this does not affect their status as cities. [2]

Anchorage, with a population of approximately 291,247, is Alaska's most populous municipality. The majority of the state's residents (39.7 percent) Kupreanof, with only 21 people, is the smallest municipality in terms of population [6]. [2] Sitka, at 2,870 square miles, is the largest municipality in terms of land area. 34 sq mi (7,434 1 km2; the smallest is Kiana at 0 19 sq mi (0 49 km2) Ketchikan was the first city in Alaska to incorporate in 1901, and Whale Pass became a city in 2017. [7][8]

Cities with a municipal charter [ edit ]

  • Top ten most populous cities in Alaska
  • Skyline of Anchorage

    Alaska's most populous city, Anchorage, from above.

  • Downtown Fairbanks

    Central Business District of Fairbanks, Alaska's Second Largest City

  • Aerial view of Juneau

    Look down on Juneau, Alaska's capital and third-largest city.

  • Harbor of Sitka

    City of Sitka Harbor, Alaska's Largest by Land Area and Fifth Largest by Population

  • Downtown Ketchikan

    The heart of Ketchikan, Alaska's sixth-largest city and the state's oldest continuously incorporated settlement.

Its capital

Seat of the Borough

Name Class[9] Neighborhood or Statistical Area[10] Incorporated[7] Population
(2020)[6] Population
(2010)[6] Change Land area
(2010)[6] The Swelling of the Population sq mi km2 Adak Grade Two Coast of the Aleutian Islands (Western) in California 2001 171 326 −47 5% 33.98 88.0 5.0/sq mi (1 9/km2) Akhiok Inferior to First Class Insula Kodiak 1974 63 71 −11 3% 7.77 20.1 8.1/sq mi (3 1/km2) Akiak Lowest Rank Locale: Bethel, California 1970 462 346 33.5% 2.10 5.4 220.0/sq mi (84 9/km2) Akutan The Lower Ranks Eastern Aleutians 1979 1,589 1,027 54.7% 13.83 35.8 114.9/sq mi (44 4/km2) Alakanuk The Lower Ranks Representative Kusilvak (D-Calif.) 1969 756 677 11.7% 29.53 76.5 25.6/sq mi (9 9/km2) Aleknagik Not even in the second division Located in Dillingham, California 1973 211 219 −3 7% 24.53 63.5 8.6/sq mi (3 3/km2) Allakaket Grade Two The Yukon-Koyukuk Electoral District (Canada) 1975 177 105 68.6% 3.01 7.8 58.8/sq mi (22 7/km2) Ambler Grade Two Western Arctic 1971 274 258 6.2% 8.98 23.3 30.5/sq mi (11 8/km2) We cross the Anaktuvuk Pass1 The Lower Ranks North Face 1959 425 324 31.2% 4.83 12.5 88.0/sq mi (34 0/km2) Anchorage Common Law Government Anchorage 1975 291,247 291,826 −0 2% 1,704 68 4,415 1 170.9/sq mi (66 0/km2) Anderson Lowest Rank Denali[a] 1962 177 246 −28 0% 43.74 113.3 4.0/sq mi (1 6/km2) Angoon Not even in the second division Location: Hoonah-Angoon, California 1963 357 459 −22 2% 24.41 63.2 14.6/sq mi (5 6/km2) Aniak Grade Two Town of Bethel, California 1972 507 501 1.2% 6.42 16.6 79.0/sq mi (30 5/km2) Anvik Lowest Rank The Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Canada 1969 70 85 −17 6% 9.68 25.1 7.2/sq mi (2 8/km2) Atka Class 2 Cascadia West Aleutians 1988 53 61 −13 1% 8.74 22.6 6.1/sq mi (2 3/km2) Atqasuk Not even in the second division Northern Facing 1982 276 233 18.5% 38.71 100.3 7.1/sq mi (2 8/km2) Bethel Place in the Back of the Line CA's Bethel 1957 6,325 6,080 4.0% 43.18 111.8 146.5/sq mi (56 6/km2) Bettles Grade Two Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1985 23 12 91.7% 1.74 4.5 13.2/sq mi (5 1/km2) Mission Brevig Class 2 Nome (CA) 1969 428 388 10.3% 2.56 6.6 167.2/sq mi (64 6/km2) Buckland Class 2 Western Arctic 1966 550 416 32.2% 1.41 3.7 390.1/sq mi (150 6/km2) Chefornak Grade Two CA's Bethel 1974 506 418 21.1% 5.72 14.8 88.5/sq mi (34 2/km2) Chevak Tier 2 Kusilvak (California) 1967 951 938 1.4% 0.99 2.6 960.6/sq mi (370 9/km2) Chignik Inferior to First Class Both a lake and a peninsula 1983 97 91 6.6% 11.39 29.5 8.5/sq mi (3 3/km2) Chuathbaluk Place in the Back of the Line CA's Bethel 1975 104 118 −11 9% 3.47 9.0 30.0/sq mi (11 6/km2) Instance of Clark's Point1 The Lower Ranks In the California town of Dillingham 1971 67 62 8.1% 3.07 8.0 21.8/sq mi (8 4/km2) Location: Coffman Cove1 Grade Two California's Prince of Wales-Hyder 1989 127 176 −27 8% 11.93 30.9 10.6/sq mi (4 1/km2) Cold Bay Grade Two Eastern Aleutians 1981 50 108 −53 7% 53.21 137.8 0.9/sq mi (0 4/km2) Cordova Home Rule Chugach (Ca.) 1909 2,609 2,239 16.5% 59.97 155.3 43.5/sq mi (16 8/km2) Craig Superb Quality The Prince of Wales-Hyder (California) 1922 1,036 1,201 −13 7% 7.20 18.6 143.9/sq mi (55 6/km2) Deering Grade Two Located in the Northwest Arctic1 1970 182 122 49.2% 5.05 13.1 36.0/sq mi (13 9/km2) A Stop at Delta Junction1 Grade Two Location in Southeastern Fairbanks, California 1960 918 958 −4 2% 16.82 43.6 54.6/sq mi (21 1/km2) Dillingham Highest Quality In the California town of Dillingham 1963 2,249 2,329 −3 4% 33.57 86.9 67.0/sq mi (25 9/km2) Diomede Grade Two Nome (CA) 1970 83 115 −27 8% 2.84 7.4 29.2/sq mi (11 3/km2) Eagle Not even in the second division Location in Southeast Fairbanks, California 1901 83 86 −3 5% 1.00 2.6 83.0/sq mi (32 0/km2) [b]Edna Bay Grade Two Location: Prince of Wales-Hyder, California 2014 [11] 25 — — 58.80 152.3 0.4/sq mi (0 2/km2) Eek Not even in the second division CA's Bethel 1970 404 296 36.5% 0.91 2.4 444.0/sq mi (171 4/km2) Egegik Class II Water and landforms on a peninsula or lake 1995 39 109 −64 2% 33.03 85.5 1.2/sq mi (0 5/km2) Ekwok The Lower Ranks This is the Dillingham (California) 1974 111 115 −3 5% 16.27 42.1 6.8/sq mi (2 6/km2) Elim Tier 2 Nome (CA) 1970 366 330 10.9% 2.42 6.3 151.2/sq mi (58 4/km2) Emmonak Inferior to First Class Representative Kusilvak (D-Calif.) 1964 825 762 8.3% 7.67 19.9 107.6/sq mi (41 5/km2) Fairbanks Home Rule The North Star of Fairbanks 1903 [12] 32,515 31,535 3.1% 31.69 82.1 1,026 0/sq mi (396 2/km2) False Pass Lowest Rank To the East of the Aleutians 1990 397 35 1,034 3% 26.98 69.9 14.7/sq mi (5 7/km2) Fort Yukon Tier 2 Location: Yukon-Koyukuk, British Columbia 1959 428 583 −26 6% 7.25 18.8 59.0/sq mi (22 8/km2) Galena In the front row The Yukon-Koyukuk Electoral District (Canada) 1971 472 470 0.4% 17.73 45.9 26.6/sq mi (10 3/km2) Gambell Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Nome (CA) 1963 640 681 −6 0% 10.90 28.2 58.7/sq mi (22 7/km2) Golovin Adequate for Second Class Use Nome (CA) 1971 175 156 12.2% 3.72 9.6 47.0/sq mi (18 2/km2) Happy News Harbor Grade Two The Bethel, California 1970 258 243 6.2% 3.72 9.6 69.4/sq mi (26 8/km2) Grayling Inferior to First Class It's the Yukon-Koyukuk (Canada) area. 1969 210 194 8.2% 10.96 28.4 19.2/sq mi (7 4/km2) Gustavus Grade Two Specifically, the Hoonah-Angoon area of California. 2004 655 442 48.2% 32.81 85.0 20.0/sq mi (7 7/km2) Holy Cross Rank Below Second Canada's Yukon-Koyukuk Region 1968 176 178 −1 1% 30.19 78.2 5.8/sq mi (2 3/km2) Homer Class A+ Alaska's Kenai Peninsula1 1964 5,522 5,003 10.4% 13.83 35.8 399.3/sq mi (154 2/km2) Hoonah Superb Quality CA's Hoonah-Angoon 1946 931 760 22.5% 6.01 15.6 154.9/sq mi (59 8/km2) Hooper Bay Grade Two Professor Kusilvak of California 1966 1,375 1,093 25.8% 8.22 21.3 167.3/sq mi (64 6/km2) Houston Not even in the second division Matanuska-Susitna 1966 1,975 1,912 3.3% 22.40 58.0 88.2/sq mi (34 0/km2) Hughes Grade Two The Yukon-Koyukuk Electoral District (Canada) 1973 85 77 10.4% 3.01 7.8 28.2/sq mi (10 9/km2) Huslia Subsequent-Level Student Canada's Yukon-Koyukuk Region 1969 304 275 10.5% 16.43 42.6 18.5/sq mi (7 1/km2) Hydaburg Premium Service California's Prince of Wales-Hyder 1927 380 376 1.1% 0.58 1.5 655.2/sq mi (253 0/km2) Juneau Complete Domestic Autonomy Juneau 1970 32,255 31,275 3.1% 2,701 93 6,998 0 11.9/sq mi (4 6/km2) Kachemak Grade Two The Kenai Peninsula1 1961 576 472 22.0% 1.64 4.2 351.2/sq mi (135 6/km2) Kake Extremely High-Quality Petersburg[c] 1952 543 557 −2 5% 8.96 23.2 60.6/sq mi (23 4/km2) Kaktovik Assumed to be of Second-Class Status North Face 1971 283 239 18.4% 0.72 1.9 393.1/sq mi (151 8/km2) Kaltag Grade Two Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1969 158 190 −16 8% 21.59 55.9 7.3/sq mi (2 8/km2) Kasaan Class 2 Location: Prince of Wales-Hyder, California 1976 30 49 −38 8% 6.00 15.5 5.0/sq mi (1 9/km2) Kenai Home Rule The Kenai Peninsula1 1960 7,424 7,100 4.6% 28.59 74.0 259.7/sq mi (100 3/km2) Ketchikan Home Rule Ketchikan Inlet 1900 8,192 8,050 1.8% 4.35 11.3 1,883 2/sq mi (727 1/km2) Kiana Grade Two Arctic Ocean Region of the Northwest 1964 447 361 23.8% 0.19 0.49 2,352 6/sq mi (908 4/km2) King Cove Elite Class Eastern Aleutians 1947 757 938 −19 3% 25.68 66.5 29.5/sq mi (11 4/km2) Kivalina Grade Two Pacific Ocean, Arctic, and Northwest 1969 444 374 18.7% 1.50 3.9 296.0/sq mi (114 3/km2) Klawock To the highest degree California's Prince of Wales-Hyder 1929 720 755 −4 6% 0.77 2.0 935.1/sq mi (361 0/km2) Kobuk Grade Two In the High Arctic of the Northwest 1973 191 151 26.5% 16.22 42.0 11.8/sq mi (4 5/km2) Kodiak Home Rule The Island of Kodiak 1940 5,581 6,130 −9 0% 3.49 9.0 1,599 1/sq mi (617 4/km2) Kotlik Grade Two Representative Kusilvak (D-Calif.) 1970 655 577 13.5% 3.78 9.8 173.3/sq mi (66 9/km2) Kotzebue Inferior to First Class Western Arctic 1958 3,102 3,201 −3 1% 26.92 69.7 115.2/sq mi (44 5/km2) Koyuk Tier 2 Nome (CA) 1970 312 332 −6 0% 4.77 12.4 65.4/sq mi (25 3/km2) Koyukuk Tier 2 Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1973 98 96 2.1% 5.60 14.5 17.5/sq mi (6 8/km2) Kupreanof Grade Two Petersburg 1975 21 27 −22 2% 3.69 9.6 5.7/sq mi (2 2/km2) Kwethluk Adequate for Second Class Use California's Bethel 1975 812 721 12.6% 10.06 26.1 80.7/sq mi (31 2/km2) Larsen Bay Grade Two This is Kodiak Island1, Alaska. 1974 34 87 −60 9% 5.39 14.0 6.3/sq mi (2 4/km2) Kalskag River, Lower Adequate for Second Class Use Locale: Bethel, California 1969 278 282 −1 4% 1.22 3.2 227.9/sq mi (88 0/km2) Manokotak Below Second-Rate Locale: Dillingham, California 1970 488 442 10.4% 35.74 92.6 13.7/sq mi (5 3/km2) Marshall Rank Below Second State of California Senator Kusilvak 1970 492 414 18.8% 4.58 11.9 107.4/sq mi (41 5/km2) McGrath Lowest Rank Alaska's Yukon-Koyukuk Region 1975 301 346 −13 0% 47.32 122.6 6.4/sq mi (2 5/km2) Mekoryuk Lowest Rank City of Bethel, California 1969 206 191 7.9% 6.37 16.5 32.3/sq mi (12 5/km2) Mountain Community Subsequent-Level Student A Californian named Kusilvak 1967 621 813 −23 6% 4.54 11.8 136.8/sq mi (52 8/km2) Napakiak Class 2 CA's Bethel 1970 358 354 1.1% 4.41 11.4 81.2/sq mi (31 3/km2) Napaskiak Grade Two CA's Bethel 1971 509 405 25.7% 3.63 9.4 140.2/sq mi (54 1/km2) Nenana Home Rule The Yukon-Koyukuk Electoral District (Canada) 1921 358 378 −5 3% 5.90 15.3 60.7/sq mi (23 4/km2) Renovated Stuyahok Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Locale: Dillingham, California 1972 512 510 0.4% 32.48 84.1 15.8/sq mi (6 1/km2) Newhalen Rank Below Second Peninsula and Lake[d] 1971 168 190 −11 6% 5.90 15.3 28.5/sq mi (11 0/km2) Nightmute Grade Two CA's Bethel 1974 306 280 9.3% 96.89 250.9 3.2/sq mi (1 2/km2) Nikolai Lowest Rank Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1970 89 94 −5 3% 4.60 11.9 19.3/sq mi (7 5/km2) Nome The Best of the Best Nome (CA) 1901 3,699 3,598 2.8% 12.63 32.7 292.9/sq mi (113 1/km2) Nondalton Rank Below Second Peninsula and lake 1971 133 164 −18 9% 8.21 21.3 16.2/sq mi (6 3/km2) Noorvik Grade Two Western Arctic 1964 694 668 3.9% 0.94 2.4 738.3/sq mi (285 1/km2) North Pole Home Rule 1953 2,243 2,117 6.0% 4.17 10.8 537.9/sq mi (207 7/km2) Nuiqsut Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Arctic Region 1975 512 402 27.4% 9.42 24.4 54.4/sq mi (21 0/km2) Nulato Tier 2 Alaska's Yukon-Koyukuk Region 1963 238 264 −9 8% 41.56 107.6 5.7/sq mi (2 2/km2) Nunam Iqua Below Second-Rate Kusilvak (California) 1974 217 187 16.0% 12.13 31.4 17.9/sq mi (6 9/km2) Nunapitchuk Grade Two The Bethel, California 1969 594 496 19.8% 7.46 19.3 79.6/sq mi (30 7/km2) Old Harbor Lowest Rank AKA: Kodiak Island1 1966 216 218 −0 9% 20.53 53.2 10.5/sq mi (4 1/km2) Ouzinkie Grade Two To the Island of Kodiak 1967 109 161 −32 3% 5.46 14.1 20.0/sq mi (7 7/km2) Palmer Home Rule Matanuska-Susitna 1951 5,888 5,937 −0 8% 5.15 13.3 1,143 3/sq mi (441 4/km2) Pelican Class A+ CA's Hoonah-Angoon 1943 98 88 11.4% 0.60 1.6 163.3/sq mi (63 1/km2) Point of Origin Grade Two Water and landforms on a peninsula 1992 70 68 2.9% 26.14 67.7 2.7/sq mi (1 0/km2) The Control Room Grade Two Kusilvak (California) 1969 615 568 8.3% 1.69 4.4 363.9/sq mi (140 5/km2) Platinum Place in the Back of the Line CA's Bethel 1975 55 61 −9 8% 45.07 116.7 1.2/sq mi (0 5/km2) Point Hope Grade Two Northern Facing 1966 830 674 23.1% 4.82 12.5 172.2/sq mi (66 5/km2) Alexandria's Port Alexander1 Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Petersburg 1974 78 52 50.0% 3.47 9.0 22.5/sq mi (8 7/km2) Heiden, or Port Inferior to First Class The Lake and the Peninsula 1972 100 102 −2 0% 50.63 131.1 2.0/sq mi (0 8/km2) Port Lions Grade Two Island of Kodiak 1966 170 194 −12 4% 6.38 16.5 26.6/sq mi (10 3/km2) Quinhagak Below Second-Rate Location: Bethel, California 1975 776 669 16.0% 4.37 11.3 177.6/sq mi (68 6/km2) Ruby Subsequent-Level Student Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1973 139 166 −16 3% 7.63 19.8 18.2/sq mi (7 0/km2) Russian Attempt Lowest Rank Kusilvak (California) 1970 421 312 34.9% 5.58 14.5 75.4/sq mi (29 1/km2) Saint Paul Rank Below Second Located in Western Aleutians, California 1971 413 479 −13 8% 40.31 104.4 10.2/sq mi (4 0/km2) Sand Point Superb Quality Towards the East Aleutians 1966 578 976 −40 8% 7.70 19.9 75.1/sq mi (29 0/km2) Savoonga Grade Two Nome (CA) 1969 835 671 24.4% 6.10 15.8 136.9/sq mi (52 9/km2) Saxman Tier 2 Harbor of Entry at Ketchikan 1929 384 411 −6 6% 0.98 2.5 391.8/sq mi (151 3/km2) False Bay Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Educated in California, Kusilvak 1967 600 474 26.6% 0.62 1.6 967.7/sq mi (373 6/km2) Selawik Below Second-Rate It's in the Northwest Arctic1 1977 [e] 809 829 −2 4% 2.93 7.6 276.1/sq mi (106 6/km2) Seldovia Superb Quality Peninsula of Kenai 1945 235 255 −7 8% 0.37 0.96 635.1/sq mi (245 2/km2) Seward Home Rule Peninsula of Kenai 1912 2,717 2,693 0.9% 14.11 36.5 192.6/sq mi (74 3/km2) Shageluk Grade Two The Yukon-Koyukuk Electoral District (Canada) 1970 100 83 20.5% 11.09 28.7 9.0/sq mi (3 5/km2) Shaktoolik The Lower Ranks Nome (CA) 1969 212 251 −15 5% 1.04 2.7 203.8/sq mi (78 7/km2) Shishmaref Class II Nome (CA) 1969 576 563 2.3% 2.22 5.7 259.5/sq mi (100 2/km2) Shungnak Tier 2 Western Arctic 1967 272 262 3.8% 8.92 23.1 30.5/sq mi (11 8/km2) Sitka Home Rule Consolidation Sitka 1971 8,458 8,881 −4 8% 2,870 34 7,434 1 2.9/sq mi (1 1/km2) Soldotna Independence at Home[13] Location: Kenai Peninsula1, Alaska 1967 4,342 4,163 4.3% 6.90 17.9 629.3/sq mi (243 0/km2) St. George Subsequent-Level Student Pacific Ocean, Western Aleutians (California) 1983 67 102 −34 3% 34.75 90.0 1.9/sq mi (0 7/km2) St. Mary's Superb Quality A Californian named Kusilvak 1967 599 507 18.1% 44.29 114.7 13.5/sq mi (5 2/km2) "Saint Michael" The Lower Ranks Nome (CA) 1969 456 401 13.7% 20.02 51.9 22.8/sq mi (8 8/km2) Stebbins Grade Two Nome (CA) 1969 634 556 14.0% 36.37 94.2 17.4/sq mi (6 7/km2) Tanana Extremely High-Quality Canadian Yukon-Koyukuk 1961 246 246 0.0% 11.04 28.6 22.3/sq mi (8 6/km2) Teller Grade Two Nome (CA) 1963 249 229 8.7% 1.89 4.9 131.7/sq mi (50 9/km2) In the Tenakee Springs1 Class II Locale: Hoonah-Angoon, California 1971 116 131 −11 5% 14.19 36.8 8.2/sq mi (3 2/km2) Thorne Bay Grade Two The Prince of Wales-Hyder (California) 1982 476 471 1.1% 26.58 68.8 17.9/sq mi (6 9/km2) Togiak Grade Two Locale: Dillingham, California 1969 817 817 0.0% 44.42 115.0 18.4/sq mi (7 1/km2) A Bay Named Toksook Rank Below Second City of Bethel, California 1972 658 590 11.5% 32.64 84.5 20.2/sq mi (7 8/km2) Unalakleet Grade Two Nome (CA) 1974 765 688 11.2% 3.63 9.4 210.7/sq mi (81 4/km2) Unalaska Superb Quality Area WEST of the Aleutian Islands (California) 1942 4,254 4,376 −2 8% 111.78 289.5 38.1/sq mi (14 7/km2) In the Upper Kalskag1 Inferior to First Class City of Bethel, California 1975 212 210 1.0% 3.69 9.6 57.5/sq mi (22 2/km2) Utqiaġvik(Barrow) Highest Quality Northern Facing 1959 4,927 4,212 17.0% 18.84 48.8 261.5/sq mi (101 0/km2) Valdez Home Rule City of Chugach, California 1901 3,985 3,976 0.2% 216.24 560.1 18.4/sq mi (7 1/km2) Wainwright Class II Top of the North 1962 628 556 12.9% 17.94 46.5 35.0/sq mi (13 5/km2) Wales Assumed to be of Second-Class Status Nome (CA) 1964 168 145 15.9% 2.52 6.5 66.7/sq mi (25 7/km2) Wasilla Elite Class Matanuska-Susitna 1974 9,054 7,831 15.6% 12.38 32.1 731.3/sq mi (282 4/km2) Whale Crossing [f] Place in the Back of the Line Specifically, Prince of Wales-Hyder (California) 2017 [8] 86 — — 37.40 96.9 2.3/sq mi (0 9/km2) Summit of the White Mountain1 Class 2 Nome (CA) 1969 185 190 −2 6% 1.80 4.7 102.8/sq mi (39 7/km2) Whittier Grade Two County of Chugach, California 1969 272 220 23.6% 12.27 31.8 22.2/sq mi (8 6/km2) Wrangell Common Law Government Wrangell 2008 2,127 2,369 −10 2% 2,541 48 6,582 4 0.8/sq mi (0 3/km2) Sum urban areas[g] – – – 497,374 457,229 8.8% 12,182 77 31,553 2 40.8/sq mi (15 8/km2) Alaska – – – 733,391 710,231 3.3% [1] 570,640 95 1,477,953 3 1.3/sq mi (0 5/km2) Notes
  1. ^ Where the Borough Council meets A censored place called Healy
  2. ^ Because Edna Bay didn't become a legal entity until October 2014, its financials from that year aren't included.
  3. ^ A census-designated place called Petersburg serves as the borough capital.
  4. ^ King Salmon, a census-designated place in Bristol Bay Borough, serves as the borough seat.
  5. ^ Date discrepancies can be found in the following sources: 1996 Alaska Municipal Officials Directory (p. 135–136) states 1977, whereas "Directory of Borough and City Officials 1974" (pp. Date of December 23, 1963 is given by (72, 12/23/63) Whether or not the city government of Selawik was disbanded and then reestablished is unknown.
  6. ^ Due to Whale Pass's incorporation in 2017, its numbers for 2010 are excluded. [8]
  7. ^ Petersburg's 2,948 residents and 44 square miles of land area are factored in as per the data from the 2010 Census. In a space of 13 square miles (114 3 km2), which in 2013 opted to incorporate as a borough rather than retain a city government. [14]

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References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b Trends in the Populations of the 50 US States, DC, and Puerto Rico from 1910 to 2020 (PDF) Census gov Bureau of the Census of the United States of America Archived (PDF) from the April 26, 2021 original Retrieved 27 April 2020
  2. ^ a b c d Population, Housing Units, Area, and Density in 2010 by State - Place and (in some states) County Subdivision (GCT-PH1)" Census of the United States, 2010 American Community Survey First published February 13, 2020; archived February 13, 2020. Retrieved June 17, 2015
  3. ^ Local Government Officials in Alaska: 2015 Directory Alaska Municipal League, Juneau 2015 p  ix
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