The Knik Tribal Council

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Knik Tribal Council
Knik Tribal Council

The Knik Tribal Council is a federally recognized tribal government. Comprising over 1,500 tribal citizens, Knik Tribal Council serves its Tribal Members, and all other Native Americans and Alaska Natives within its service area. The tribal government includes the following departments: a Housing/Community Services Department, Tribal Development Department, Finance Department, Information Technology Department, and Administration Department. Knik Tribal Council serves the six-thousand Alaska Natives or Native Americans living within the Knik service area.

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Knik Tribal Council is a not for profit Tribal entity that operates on grant monies. Knik Tribal Council opened it’s doors in 1989, providing services to Alaska Native/American Indian individuals in our service area.
Over the years we have grown and have added more and more services to better serve both the Alaska Native/American Indian population and the community as a whole.

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