Matanuska-Susitna Borough
Matanuska-Susitna
Mat-Su

Press Releases

$390k To Trail Lights, Thanks Mat-su Health

The Matanuska-Susitna Borough will receive $390,000 from the Mat-Su Health Foundation for Nordic trail lighting at the Government Peak Recreation Area near Hatcher Pass.
The great news was delivered recently during the Sockeye Fire disaster.

Sockeye Fire Debris Disposal Help

When insurance will not cover the cost of debris removal, the debris can be hauled by pick-up truck load to the Willow transfer station. All debris caused by the Sockeye Fire is being accepted at no cost at the Willow transfer station.

Sockeye Fire 98 Percent Contained

The fire is currently 98% contained. 100% containment is not expected for a few days. There are still many areas with heat in the interior and smokes will continue to persist for some time.

Public Notices

Burn Ban

Temporary Burn Ban Immediately in Effect Until Further Notice Pursuant to MSB Code #2.85.020 the Matanuska-Susitna Borough has issued a temporary Burn Ban

Solid Waste Rate Increases

As of July 1 Solid Waste Rates are increasing. See the attached fliers for details.

Fireworks Are Illegal

Fireworks are illegal. The State has banned all fireworks and the sale of fireworks in the Mat-Su Borough.

Public Meetings

The time listed here is the correct time for the advertised meetings. When the "more details" link is clicked, Google may incorrectly reflect GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) date and time.

Please call 861-8683 if you have questions regarding meeting dates and times.