Each summer Anchorage blooms into the “City of Flowers.” Our municipal greenhouse grows over 76,000 plants and close to 1400 hanging baskets. As an admirer of flowers, residents or businesses can help to maintain this program by “fostering” two hanging baskets. Read more →
Eat To Win!
100 Days of Downtown Dining runs January 28th to April 28th with twenty-one (21) participating restaurants in downtown. 100 Days of Downtown Dining rewards you for dining out around downtown. That’s right: experience new places AND get rewards! Read more →
Have you figured out what to get your friends and family this Holiday Season? Now you can get unique gifts for everyone on your list AND be rewarded for shoppng locally with the “Gift Local” Holiday Shopping Promotion in Downtown Anchorage every weekday (M-F) November 26th thru December 21! Read more →
The Alaska Channel and Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. have together a self-guided walking tour like no other! Imagine hearing stories about different downtown landmarks from past and current leaders of our city! This audio tour — which is available as part of the FREE Alaska App available on iTunes — is both entertaining and educational. Read more →
Did you know when you spend local and shop Anchorage First you are powering our economy? Read more →
The 4th Avenue Theatre is the iconic downtown building, located in the heart of historic 4th Avenue. The Theatre currently lacks a tenant and fell victim to vandalism over the past winter. In order to help put a brighter face on this icon of downtown until a new tenant can be found for the building, Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Ltd. worked with local photographers and the University of Alaska to compile historic photos of the Theatre and 4th Avenue that could be blown up into larger than life murals covering the previously boarded-up doors and windows. Read more →
In the past decade, cigarette smoking in America has decreased 28%, yet cigarette butts remain the most littered item–in the U.S. and across the globe. Dropping cigarette butts to the ground, putting them in planters, and disposing of them in waterways is littering. Read more →