Dinglishna Hills, Alaska facts for kids
Dinglishna Hills, Alaska
|Township||T16N R7W Seward Meridian|
|• Borough mayor||Vern Halter|
|• State senator||Mike Dunleavy (R)|
|• State rep.||David Eastman (R)|
|Elevation||70 ft (20 m)|
|Time zone||UTC-9 (Alaska (AKST))|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-8 (AKDT)|
Dinglishna Hills is an unincorporated community in Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska, USA. An Alaskan Bush community, it was created by State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources through land auctions (such as #425 in Fall 2002) and subsequent over-the-counter land sales, in between the big Susitna River and Alexander Creek (Susitna River), near its named landmark: Dinglishna Hill, and Mount Susitna.
Dinglishna Hills, Alaska is located approximately Anchorage, Alaska; approximately 4 miles (6 km) north of the confluence of the big Susitna River and Alexander Creek; East of Mount Susitna and Alexander Creek; West of the big Susitna River; South-West of Susitna, Alaska; and North of Alexander, Alaska in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley of South Central Alaska., 30 miles (48 km) North-West of
USGS Quadrant Tyonek B-2
Primary access is by floatplane in the summer months, ski plane and snow machine during the Winter. Riverboat access is available during the summer from Deshka Landing near Willow Creek, Alaska on the George Parks Highway via the big Susitna River and Alexander Creek.
Soil type in higher areas is dry to moist sands. Lower areas have moist to saturated silty sands.
Parcels 230 & 231 are located along the big Susitna River but do not have direct river frontage.
Temperatures and precipitation in the area is that which is characteristic of a cool – maritime climate type. The coastal location and surrounding mountains keep the area from experiencing extremely low temperatures. Local temperatures range from 0 °F (−18 °C) in January to 68 °F (20 °C) in July.
Subject to platted easements and reservations, see ASLS 80-133
Located within the taxing authority of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska.
Covenants pertaining to this subdivision are recorded in Book 671 page 604 of the Anchorage Recorder's Office.
^ A: Searching Anchorage Recorder's Office on-line records for citation of year of first settlement, Alaska Department of Natural Resources
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