From the majestic Pioneer and Twin Peaks in the Chugach Range to the Talkeetna Mountains in south-central Alaska, Palmer is framed in breathtaking beauty. Located 42 miles northeast of Anchorage on the Glenn Highway in the Matanuska Valley, the city's unique history and heritage are unparalleled in the valley.
An organizational meeting for interested curlers and volunteers will be held September 25th, 2019 at the Palmer Depot at 7:00pm. Players and volunteers are needed to organize for the season and setup the Palmer Curling Club.
The city of Palmer is holding our Regular Election on October 1, 2019. For more information, check out the election page at https://www.palmerak.org/elections or call the Clerk's Office at 761-1301.
Recreational and Open burning require a permit and an on-site inspection by the Fire Dept. Applications are available in the Fire Dept. office at 645 E Cope Industrial Way or at https://www.palmerak.org/city-palmer-burn-permits.
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