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1111 Stedman St. Ketchikan, AK 99901
Or call us at 907-228--6660
Please note that if you live in a rental, you will need your landlord's approval for a new pet before your application is approved. You may have your landlord call the shelter, or have your landlord write a letter stating that you have approval to acquire a new pet.If you own your home, we will verify that you are the owner.
Once your application has been approved, the shelter requires payment in full prior to processing the adoption. We can accept payment by cash or check or credit card (there is a convenience fee for credit card use). The shelter does not "hold" animal - adoptions are on a first-come, first-served basis. All cats and dogs that are adopted from the shelter must be spayed / neutered prior to going to their new homes. If the pet you are interested in was previously spayed / neutered, it can go home right away. If the pet you are interested in has not already been spayed / neutered, you will have to wait until your new friend has had her/his surgery. Pets cannot be scheduled for surgery until payment has been received and the adoption has been processed. Adoptions that are processed and paid prior to noon on Tuesday can go home on Thursday of the same week. Adoptions that are processed and paid after noon on Tuesday will be delayed by one week (the pet will go home the next Thursday). You may visit a pet you have adopted at the shelter, during business hours, as often as you would like until you can take your pet home. For more information visit the animal protection section.
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Senior Citizen Exemption - March 31
Disabled Veteran Exemption - July 1
Low Income Housing Tax Credit - May 15
Economic Development - January 31
You will need to speak with someone in the Assessment department for more information on these types of exemptions.
The Gateway Aquatic Center is open:Monday - Friday 5am-8:15pmSaturday 7am-5pmSunday 11am-5pm
Parks & Recreation is always closed on the following holidays:New Years Day (January 1)Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)Independence Day (July 4)Labor Day (First Monday in September)Thanksgiving (Fourth Thursday in November)Christmas Day (December 25)
Patrons not meeting these requirements MUST be accompanied at all times and in the direct supervision (within arms length) of another person 14 years of age or older.
Pregnant women and any person with a heart condition or back trouble should not ride the slides. Rider assumes all risk of injury due to misuse of this slide or failure to follow these rules.
Only one rider allowed on the slide at a time. Absolutely no trains or chains of riders permitted. Children may not ride in the laps of adults.
There is no masks, goggles, clothing with metal elements, floatation devices, water wings, water socks or shoes allowed on the slides.
Foreign object are not allowed in pockets and no jewelry may be worn while riding the slides.
Click here for a complete list of pool and slide rules.
a. Prior to the commencement of new construction, the erection, assemblage, or placement of a structure and/or appurtenances on a property except as specified in subsection (b)(4) of this section.
b. Prior to the commencement of an enlargement of enclosed space or the alteration, movement, or conversion of any existing structure and/or appurtenance, except as specified in subsection (b)(4) of this section.
c. Prior to the initiation of a new use or addition of a new activity that may be subject to different development requirements or lot development standards.
d. In order to utilize a variance in accordance with KGBC 18.150.020(f)(5) and 18.150.030(f)(6) and/or a conditional use permit in accordance with KGBC 18.155.110, that have been granted by the planning commission.
a. Structures 120 square feet or less
b. Decks under 30 inches in height
1. An application for a sign permit.2. A drawing or illustration of the sign with dimensions provided as well as the sign material.3. A simple site plan showing the location of the sign on the property.4. If the sign is freestanding, an elevation of the sign must be provided showing the height of the sign from the adjacent grade.