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Situated in the southeastern end of Prince William Sound, the Alaskan City of Cordova is quickly emerging as one of America's best places to live, work, play, and visit. Visit to learn more about:

Cordova Port & Harbor
City of Cordova administration offices
Bidarki Recreation Center and Bob Korn Pool
Camper Parks, ballfields, and other picnic and park areas
Cordova City Council & Mayor
Cordova Police Department
Cordova Volunteer Fire Department
Cordova Prepared & Emergency Management Team
The Cordova Center community meeting facility

601 First St
PO Box 1210
Helen Howarth

The Native Village of Eyak is a federally recognized tribe.

The Native Village of Eyak Traditional Council is a tribal government that promotes self-determination to Native Village of Eyak tribal members.

Their Trible family service program also includes elderly service, victim services, Food supplementation, Tribal representation in CINA cases and Assistance navigating the health system.

Culturally relevant activities that promote healthy families.









110 Nocholoff Way
PO Box 1388

Providing wise management of our nation’s water resources; engaging youth in conservation stewardship; promoting healthy, active lifestyles; and serving communities are goals that contribute to a healthy and vibrant America—and these goals could not be achieved without the help of the US Forest Service and their work with partners, grant opportunities, volunteers, Tribes, and community engagement.

(907) 424-7661
612 Second Street
Cordova, AK 99574
P.O.Box 280