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COMPLETE PSE PACKAGE - 12TH & HOWKAN LOT REVITALIZATION
**AWARD HAS BEEN MADE TO REID BROS LOGGING & CONSTRUCTION, INC. **
This project will turn a vacant lot adjacent to the Elizabeth Peratrovich Building into additional parking to facilitate added occupancy due to the 1st-floor renovations.
City Creek Trail Construction
The proposed plans may be downloaded here. For more information, contact Petersburg Indian Association, PO Box 1410, Petersburg, Alaska 99833, or call 907-772-3636.
PIA's Tribal Transportation Department is heading a project to build up and construct 6,015 feet of pedestrian trail work on the City Creek Trail beginning at Sandy Beach. The new trails will be a combination of 8-foot wide gravel and raised wooden boardwalks.
Petersburg Indian Association is partnering with Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition (SAWC), Clausen Museum, USFS Petersburg Ranger District, Petersburg Borough Parks and Recreation Department, and volunteers from the community to make four interpretive signs for Sandy Beach Park. The signs are funded by a Forest Service Resource Advisory Council grant managed by SAWC. The signs will focus on the archaeology of the Sandy Beach site from a prehistory point of view.
Members of the group envision a new “outdoor museum” that tells an educational story about the natural features of and long-term indigenous relationships with the area. The site for the signs was chosen due to its popularity with locals and visitors, its outstanding cultural and natural values, and to promote relationship building between all the groups who manage, own, or steward the area’s resources.
The four sign topics will cover:
PIA has commissioned artwork for the signs. The artists are Janine Gibbons and Lisa Schramek Adams. The digital designer for the Hutli project is Corvus Design, Inc. from Juneau, Alaska.