TUNUNAK

Tununak is a small village that sits along the Southwestern coast of Alaska. It is a small village, highly active with many subsistence activies such as, seal hunting, bird hunting of all kinds such as Geese, ptarmigans etc, and fishing in all seasons.
Tununak does have high and low tides. At low tide, the bay becomes a sandbar stretching from the shoreline to about 2-4 miles, although varies in distance. The sea side and the river can become extremely shallow, too shallow for any vessel to manuvuer near the village. It's always best to contact the locals before boating to the village to find out when the high tide will be.

POPULATION

389

STAFF

Name Title Phone
Phillip Kusayak Board Member
Aurie Hooper Tununak Community Service Representative (907) 652-6253
Anastasia Evan Tununak P/T Community Service Representative (907) 652-6250
Marjorie Post Tununak P/T Community Service Representative (907) 652-6250
Jimmy Inakak Tununak Mechanic/Welder (907) 652-6253

COMMUNITY BULLETINS

11/18/2011
Please take every precaution when you are traveling by snow-mobile: 1. Always let a family member or someone know where you are traveling and which possible trail you are taking and...
10/5/2011
Eskimo Dance Practices are now hosted every Sunday from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at TTEC building. Everyone is welcome to participate or watch the Native dance practices.