Igiugig is located on the south shore of the Kvichak River, which flows from Iliamna Lake, on the Alaska Peninsula. A federally-recognized tribe is located in the community -- the Igiugig Village Council. Historically an Eskimo village, the population is now primarily Alutiiq, who depend upon commercial fishing and a subsistence lifestyle. Sport fishing attracts visitors during summer months. Igiugig is accessible primarily by water and air. The State owns and maintains a 3,000’ long gravel runway. A small public dock is available.

 

Contacts:

Igiugig Native Corporation

P.O. Box 4009

Igiugig, AK 99613

President - Dallia Andrew

(907) 533-8001

 

Igiugig Village Council

P.O. Box 4008

Igiugig, AK 99613

President - Alexanna Salmon

(907) 533-3211

 

Utilities:

Igiugig Electric Company

P.O. Box 4027

Igiugig, AK 99613

(907) 533-3211

 

Projects:

Download a listing of projects submitted by Igiugig for inclusion in the Southwest Alaska Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy.

Download Igiugig Projects List