This blog is maintained as an effort to coordinate and collocate responding agencies' information for easier public access during events on the Kenai Peninsula. The information here is written and provided by the contributing agencies. NOTE: The blog will be updated as the need arises and may be dormant at times.

Friday, January 24, 2020

We’d love your input!

Do you have five minutes to complete an online survey? The Kenai Peninsula Borough is working with Agnew::Beck Consulting to improve communication to the public. The purpose of this 5-minute survey is to identify how residents perceive the Borough and how they prefer to receive information from the Borough. The survey will end March 6, 2020. To complete the survey, visit

Friday, January 10, 2020

1/10/20 Big Eddy Road Ice Jam; conditions improve

On Monday morning January 6, the Borough was notified of an ice jam on the Kenai River causing flooding in the Salmon Run Acres subdivision off Big Eddy Road northwest of Soldotna. The roads and emergency management departments barricaded the flooded roads for safety, and continues to monitor flooding in that area. Water levels have gone down slightly and froze with the cold temperatures.

Heavy equipment has been able to improve some portions of Eddy Lane, however Riverside Dr. remains inaccessible. Motorists are asked to avoid this area. With these weather conditions, continue to use safety precautions as there is significant amounts of water under the ice, and the ice thickness is somewhat deceptive in many locations along the river edge and larger lakes.

River conditions continue to be monitored by the Office of Emergency Management, and the freeze up of the river is expected to continue upstream due to cold temperatures.