Kokhanok is located on the south shore of Iliamna Lake, 88 miles northeast of King Salmon. A federally-recognized tribe is located in the community -- the Kokhanok Village Council. The school is the largest employer in Kokhanok. Commercial fishing has declined since several limited entry permits were sold. Some residents travel to the Bristol Bay area each summer to fish. A State-owned 2,920’ long gravel airstrip and a seaplane base serve scheduled and charter air services from Anchorage, Iliamna, and King Salmon.

 

Contacts:

Kokhanok Village Council

P.O. Box 1007

Kokhanok, AK 99606-1007

President - John Nelson

(907) 282-2202

 

Utilities:

Kokhanok Village Council - Electric

P.O. Box 1007

Kokhanok, AK 99606-1007

President - John Nelson

(907) 282-2202

 

Projects:

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

Download Kokhanok Projects List