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Parks Byway Corridor Planning Process

Please visit this page often to learn about updates to the Corridor Planning Process for the Parks Highway Scenic Byway


The Parks Highway between milepost 132 and 248 was designated a State Scenic Byway

A grant was requested by the DOT&PF Northern Region and Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau in 2005 to develop a corridor partnership plan for the existing

The purpose of a Corridor Partnership Plan (CPP) is to identify and assess key resources along the state byway and identify methods to enhance and promote those features over time. A key advantage to completing a CPP for each state byway is that it enables public and non-profit organizations along the corridor to solicit Scenic Byway Grant funds for projects directly related to the byway. A CPP also enables local residents to pursue designation as a National Scenic Byway or All-American Road when and if there is strong local support.


Parks Byway Community Partnership Meeting Minutes


Public Meeting Minutes


Documents for Download


Project Contact and Information

For more information or to submit comments please contact:
Marcheta Moulton, Scenic Byways Coordinator
Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities
P.O. Box 112500 (mailing)
3132 Channel Drive, Room 200
Juneau, AK 99811
Phone: 907-465-8769 or 1- 888-PLAN-DOT
Fax: 907-465-6984