Community Assistance Program (CAP) - formerly called Revenue Sharing
The State of Alaska Community Assistance Program provides funds each year to Alaska’s boroughs, cities, and unincorporated communities to cover basic public services. The funds can be used at the discretion of the community for any public purpose which will benefit the community. Projects are to be submitted to the Chickaloon Community Council CAP Committee for screening and subsequent presentation to community members. Projects will be voted on by the community, either at CCC meetings (for projects totally less than $2000) or twice a year by mail-in ballot vote. For more information about the Community Assistance Program, visit the State of Alaska’s webpage.
For CCC specific questions, concerns or comments, please contact CCC Chair. More information and applications can be found below. Project ideas can be submitted at any time.
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Have an idea for a project that will benefit the Chickaloon community? Apply for State of Alaska Revenue Sharing funds. Projects must benefit the general community and will be chosen by the community via meeting vote or mail-in ballot. For more information download an application, stop by the Chickaloon postoffice, Pinnacle Mt. Lodge or the Sutton library.