Air Pollution in Eagle, Alaska
There are possible elevated levels of air pollutants, including sulfur dioxide, in Eagle, AK that may be due to shale rock oil fires in the vicinity. The town is also impacted by smoke from wildfires, depending on wind direction. See link for more info. More »
Local Hire Announcement
Contact: Pat Sanders, 907-547-2233
Park Guide, GS-04 ($15.70/hr) and Park Guide, GS-05 ($17.57/hr):
Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve is accepting applications for one or more temporary, full-time positions mid-May through mid-September 2013. Position is based in Eagle, Alaska. Number of hours worked in one year may not exceed 1039 hours. This job announcement is open only to local residents living inside or near the Preserve. Assistance for this announcement is available at Park Headquarters, 4175 Geist Rd., Fairbanks, Alaska 99709, (907) 457-5752, or at the Eagle Field Office, (907) 547-2233.
Did You Know?
The Washington Creek steam tractor was used in an effort to transport coal before it was determined that the coal in Yukon-Charley was too soft to be burned by sternwheelers.