July is one of our warmer months during the summer…In case of all Wildlands Fire Emergencies, or if you see smoke:FIRST contact Local Enforcement: VPSO / STATE TROOPERS/And/Or 911 to report a fire. You can also call Statewide wildland fire reporting at 1-800-237-3633and BBNA/ LMS Director/Realty Officer and/or his or her designee1-800-478-5257 or 907-842-5257. ForContinue reading “Wildlands Fire Emergencies”
May 24, 2021 BBNA Workforce Development is accepting public comment on the following plan for fiscal year 2022: BBNA Low Income Heating Assistance Program (LIHEAP) A copy of the FY2021 plan is available for review upon request. Please contact the BBNA Workforce Development office at 907-842-2262 to request a copy. Written comments will be acceptedContinue reading “Accepting Public Comments-BBNA Low Income Heating Assistance Program (LIHEAP)”
DES Kindergarten Enrollment packets are available at the front desk in the FRC building for anyone who has a child going to Kindergarten. Please take as many as your family needs. They can be returned to the FRC front desk before May 18^th^ and Ms. Hannah will drop them off at DES on their KindergartenContinue reading “DES Kindergarten Enrollment packets”
The Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) is working with local partners to renovate the Downtown Park Strip playground. Please click the link to take a short survey that will tell us what you value in a park space. The information we get will help us plan a park that meets the needs and values ofContinue reading “Please give feed back on the renovations to the Downtown Park Strip playground!”
This application period starts May 12, 2021. It’s COVID funding until it runs out. More infomation can be found here: https://getemergencybroadband.org/help/resources/ Download the flyer here. There is a webinar May 4, 2021 that may explain more. Go to the website to learn more: https://www.usac.org/about/emergency-broadband-benefit-program/webinars-and-trainings/
Regional leaders and State of Alaska Public Health leaders for weekly discussions on COVID-19 topics in Bristol Bay. The Public Broadcasts were held every Tuesday at 2 pm starting April 13, 2021 to May 18, 2021 using GotoWebinar. The following Radio Stations will air the Broadcast Live: KDLG 670 AM, KAKN 100.9 FM & KAKD 104.9 FM.Continue reading “Regional COVID-19 Public Broadcasts April & May”
APRIL 27-29th, 9am-12pm daily We are excited to announce that the agenda for the Tribal Resources and Compliance summit has been announced, with a great line-up of community leaders and experts in the field. This free summit will inform you of the latest resources available for tribes included in the latest COVID-19 response, and how toContinue reading “COVID-19 Tribal Resources & Compliance Summit”
BBNA is collaborating with the Curyung Tribal Council and Alaska’s MMIP work group to provide a Virtual AK-MMIP Bristol Bay Tribal Listening-Consultation Session with BBNA Village Council Representatives, Tribal Leaders, and First Responders. For more information please see the attached flyer.
The Bristol Bay Native Association Child Development Department is now accepting sealed bids for two 2004 20 seat micro bird school busses, one is located in Dillingham and the other in Togiak. Vehicle information is listed below. The minimum bid for each bus is $1,500Each bid must be submitted individually and placed in a sealedContinue reading “BBNA Child Development Department is now accepting sealed bids for two school busses”
The FEMA Region 10 Individual and Community Preparedness (ICP) team recently started distributing a newsletter highlighting local, regional, and national preparedness opportunities. Subscribe to receive their updates. Latest newsletter below. Join the ICP team on April 22 for “Penny Pincher’s Tips to Financial Preparedness”. Details are provided in the attached flyer here. All are welcome.