Levelock is located on the west bank of the Kvichak River, 10 miles inland from Kvichak Bay. It lies 278 air miles southwest of Anchorage. The population of the community consists of 95.1% Alaska Native or part Native. Levelock is a mixed Alutiiq and Yup’ik village. Commercial fishing and subsistence activities are the focus of the community. Several seasonal lodges operate in the area. Levelock is accessible by air and water. In the winter, trails to surrounding villages are used.

 

Contacts:

Levelock Natives Limited

P.O. Box 109

Levelock, AK 99625

President - Raymond Apokdak

(907) 287-3040

 

Levelock Village Council

P.O. Box 70

Levelock, AK 99625

President - Alexander Tallekpalek

(907) 287-3030

 

Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation

PO Box 1464

Dillingham, AK 99576-1464

President/CEO – Norman Van Vactor

(907) 842-4370

 

Utilities:

Levelock Electric Cooperative

P.O. Box 50

Levelock, AK 99625-9999

Manager - Marlys Dobkin

(907) 287-3058

 

Projects:

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

Download Levelock Projects List