The Sitka District is part of Southeast Alaska, covering Sitka south to Ketchikan and east to the Canada border with a population of about 32,000. About a quarter of the residents across the district are Alaska Native, mostly Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian, although the population of some smaller communities such as Kake, Klawock, and Hydaburg is more than 80 percent Alaska Native. Tourism, mining and fisheries, including mariculture, and a diminishing timber industry drive the local economy. The region is accessible only by boat and plane.

The district offers outreach programs in health, home and family development; and 4-H and youth development.


Office Information

1332 Seward Ave in Sitka
Our office is located in the UAS Sitka campus building in room 211.