Community Services

Services & Programs

In addition to programs and services we provide to our members, the Ninilchik Tribal Council offers a variety of services available to anyone in the Ninilchik community.

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The Cheeky Moose

Community Gillnet Fisheries

Child Care Assistance

Community Bussing

Community Gillnet Fisheries

Since 2016, our community gillnet fisheries have allowed us to responsibly harvest sockeye salmon from the Kasilof and Kenai Rivers. The fish we catch are distributed among members of our community with subsistence permits. Watch for notices below with updated information about how to participate.

Gillnet Notices

2019 Community Gillnet Fisheries

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The 2019 Federal Subsistence
Kasilof River / Kenai River
Community Gillnet Fisheries

Ninilchik residents wishing to participate in the fisheries must first obtain a Federal subsistence salmon fishing permit for the Kasilof River.
Federal subsistence permits are available from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Kenai Fish and Wildlife Field Office at:
43655 Kalifornsky Beach Road, Soldotna, AK.

Permits will also be issued in Ninilchik on May 14, 2019 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm at the Ninilchik Traditional Council Administration Office at: 15910 Sterling Hwy., Ninilchik, AK.

To sign up to receive fish from this fishery, participants must provide their Federal subsistence fishing permit to fishery staff at the Ninilchik Traditional Council Administration office at:
15910 Sterling Hwy, Ninilchik, AK. The sign up will be based on a first come first served basis.
For more information call (907) 567-3313.
Thank you.

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Child Care Assistance Program

Tribal Services provides Child Care Assistance to eligible Alaska Native/American Indian families who reside within our Tribal boundaries. Families will need to choose a provider who will meet all Health and Safety requirements and pass a comprehensive criminal background check.

Eligibility:

  • Alaska Native/American Indian
  • Reside within Tribal Boundaries
  • Children between age 1 week to 12 years and 364 days old
  • Parents are engaged in one of the following activities:
    – Employment
    – Education/Training
    – Other approved activities

Parent Applications

Please review the program information and eligibility requirements above before applying.

Provider Application

Please download the printable application below to review the requirements for providers.

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Bettyann Steciw

ICWA & Social Services Specialist

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About The Cheeky Moose

Laundromat, Showers, Tanning, Deli, and Espresso
Open Friday-Wednesday 8 am to 8 pm. 
Closed on Thursdays through the winter season.
Deli open until 5 pm.

Variety of grilled or deli style sandwiches
served with homemade salsa and chips!

Fresh Homemade Soups

Monday– Tomato Basil Bisque
Tuesday– Zuppa Toscano
Wednesday– Turkey with Wild Rice
Thursday- Cheesy Broccoli
Friday- Clam Chowder
Saturday & Sunday– Chili

Breakfast Sandwiches

Egg and cheese with sausage, bacon, or ham on a croissant or English muffin

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Robin Jaime

Cheeky Moose Manager

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Our Goal is to Help Meet the Transportation
Needs of The Kenai Peninsula

The purpose of the BUMPS program is to create an affordable transportation choice that serves the community, non-drivers, senior citizens, and people with special needs. The bus service has the potential to connect people to local educational institutions, medical and dental care facilities, employment opportunities, and commerce while decreasing the overall economic burden of transportation to the residents and businesses of the Kenai Peninsula. Our Busses are wheelchair ready and ADA compatible. We hope that by increasing access to economic centers we can help reduce transportation obstacles, help the larger community, and promote positive growth in the region.

What is this bus service?

  • BUMPS is a bus service that has been established to help people overcome the transportation obstacles on the Kenai Peninsula.
  • This bus service is for everyone who would like a ride.
  • The bus service is provided transportation from Homer to Soldotna and Kenai.
  • We operate the service three days a week.
  • The bus will run on a fixed route schedule and have specific stops.
  • Information provided by the public and our riders will help shape how the service will operate and where the destinations for the busses will be.

What Does it Cost?

The service will cost $7 for a one-way fare and $10 for a round trip

We can take credit cards, VISA, American Express, Master Card and Discover

We Would Like to Hear from You

You can email us with suggestions that you may have about the bus service and we can see what we can do to accommodate the needs.  Call us with any questions!

bumps@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov

(907) 567-3815

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