WILLOW AREA COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION, INC.

Your local forum for discussion, participation and comment in matters of concern to the community. WACO promotes the social, cultural and economic welfare of the Willow area.

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This website is a service for the community of Willow, Alaska. Find WACO meeting minutes and agendas as well as information about committees, the community center and, local groups. Committee and group news or announcements are also posted as received. View the calendar for the schedule of local activities/events.

WACO meetings are the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Willow Community Center.

WACO Meetings

WACO Board Meeting

July 25th, 2018 – 6:00 PM

Willow Community Center

WACO Community Meeting

August 1st, 2018 – 7:00 PM

Willow Community Center

Latest News

5 days ago

Willow Area Community Organization

Sign up now for the Lucky Shot Gold Rush! The four mile race is on Saturday, July 28 at Newman Park adjacent to the Willow Creek State Recreation Area. The event is hosted by the Mat-Su Trails and Parks Foundation who have funded many trail projects for State Parks. After the race, enjoy a picnic and trail stories by DeeDee Jonrowe, David Johnston and others. Walkers as well as runners are welcome. Sign up and get more info here: matsutrails.org/lucky-shot-gold-rush-race/ ...

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2 weeks ago

Willow Area Community Organization

Take a drive from Willow up Hatcher Pass ...

Take a drive from Willow  up Hatcher Pass

 

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When was this taken? If this is the one that's down the trail, by the mine road, someone broke the dam.

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2 weeks ago

Willow Area Community Organization

The Willow Public Library gave out 260 new kids books along the parade route this year! ...

The Willow Public Library gave out 260 new kids books along the parade route this year!

WILLOW COMMUNITY SAFETY MEETING
With Captain Anthony April, Alaska State Troopers
Thursday, July 19 at 7pm at the Willow Community Center
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In 2015 state budget cuts closed the Talkeetna AST Post which also served Willow. Since the post closed and SB91 came into our life, I’ve personally observed significant increased criminal activity in Willow and reckless driving on the Parks Highway. Anchorage and Wasilla criminals have definitely migrated north to Willow. I encourage every concerned citizen to attend this meeting. I can tell you my boss, Captain April, truly does care about the community and the more input he gets from concerned citizens, the more he could see the need to allocate Wasilla based Troopers to cover Willow, Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, and Caswell Lakes also.

Get a shot gun

Daya Negus, & Alisa N Cross

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