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Stevens Village
Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska


Page Contents for Stevens Village, Alaska

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Weather & Climate

History & History-related items

City Attractions




Statistics & Facts

The Alaska state capital is Juneau.
The population of Stevens Village is approximately 76 (2004), 78 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 43 (2000), 26 (2010).
The amount of land area in Stevens Village is 22.643 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Stevens Village is 10.4 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 7.415 sq kilometers.
The distance from Stevens Village to Washington DC is 3618 miles.
The distance to the Alaska state capital is 736 miles. (as the crow flies)
Stevens Village is positioned 65.99 degrees north of the equator and 149.05 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Stevens Village per capita income is $ 7,113 (2000).
Stevens Village median income is $ 12,500 (2000).
Stevens Village average annual precipitation is 6.58 inches peryear.
Stevens Village average annual snowfall is 43.4 inches per year.


about 90 air miles northwest of Fairbanks and 17 miels upstream of the Dalton Highway Bridge corssing of the Yukon River. The Village is located on the north bank of the river.
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cold and continental arctic with cold winters and warm summers. Winter lows are commonly between -50 and -60 degrees while summer highs usually run between 65 and 72. The Yukon River is generally frozen over from mid-September until the end of May.
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History & History Related Items

First known as Dinyea (mouth of the canyon), the current community was named for one of its founders, Old Steven, who was elected chief in 1902. The other two founders are Old Jacob and Gochonayeeya. A trading post was opened in the early 1900s and a school in 1907.
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The Stevens Village IRA Council is a federally recognized tribe located in Stevens Village. The area is 95.4% Alaska Native or part Native and are mostly Kutchin Indians.

For the most part, access to STevens Village is by air. The airstrip is 2,120 feet long and it is a lighted gravel runway. There is a barge landing for limited trips each summer. Winter trails are available to nearby communities by snowmachines and dog teams.
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Economy & Industry

mainly on a subsistence level with hunting, fishing, gathering and gardening as major activities for food sources. Most jobs are part-time or seasonal work in the summer. The major employers are the school, clinic and the village council.
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Stevens Village City Government

Dinyea Corporation
P.O. Box 71372
Fairbanks, AK 99707
Phone 907-474-8224
Fax 907-474-8224

Stevens Village IRA Council
P.O. Box 16
Stevens Village, AK 99774
Phone 907-478-7228
Fax 907-478-7229 Stevens Village


The population of Stevens Village was:
1990 - 102
2000 - 85
2004 - 76 (estimate)

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