Welcome to Edna Bay

Welcome to EdnaBayAlaska.net home page!

You are at the official Edna Bay Alaska home page. Edna Bay is located in Southeast Alaska on the remote island of Kosciusko (pronounced kah-zee-UH-sko), which resides in the heart of the beautiful Tongass National Forest. Kosciusko is part of a large group of islands named the Alexander Archipelago. This area is home to some of the largest standing old growth Sitka Spruce in the state, as well as many other massive sized evergreens that are part of the rainforests here.


Edna Bay Municipal Transition

We are pleased to announce Edna Bay Community is in the active process of transitioning into a municipal form of Government as a Second Class City with the careful assistance and coordination of dedicated members of the State of Alaska Local Boundary Commission, and the State of Alaska DCCED.

Please click the links below for more information:

Initial public announcement.

Informational Meeting announcement.

Edna Bay Second Class City petition.

2014 LBC preliminary report announcement.

2014 Local Boundary Commission (LBC) preliminary report.

Public Comments pertaining to the Edna Bay Second Class City Petition.

Public Comments pertaining to the Local Boundary Commission preliminary report.

Final Report to the LBC Concerning the Petition to Incorporate Edna Bay as a Second Class City within the Unorganized Borough.

Notice of LBC Public Meeting Concerning approval or amendment of the LBC's draft written decision regarding the Edna Bay Incorporation Petition.


AT&T Broadband Services Launch

AT&T Alaska AT&T Broadband services are now available in the community! AT&T is offering always on, high-speed service to Edna Bay. Service plans ranging from 256Kbps to 768kbps are currently available to all residents.

More information is available upon request.

AT&T and the AT&T globe logo are copyright 2009 AT&T.


A great view of Edna Bay from a mountain top.

A beautiful picture of Edna Bay taken from a mountain top.

This site is the resource for information about Edna Bay, and images from around the area. Be sure to look through each page on the site, as they all contain lots of different information.



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