Sitka Call Center

Sitka is a unified city-borough located on the west side of Baranof Island in the Alexander Archipelago of the Pacific Ocean in Alaska. In 2005, it has an estimated population of 8,986 making it the fourth largest city by population in Alaska and the largest city in the United States in terms of size. The name Sitka is a contraction of the Tlingit name Shee At’ika’ which means “People on the Outside of Shee” which is the Tlingit name for Baranof Island. The town is also referred to as “Sitka by the Sea.” Old Sitka was founded in 1799 by Alexandr Baranov, governor of Russia America.

The average annual rainfall is 86 inches and annual average snowfall is 39 inches. The average high temperature in August is 62 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low temperature in January is 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Accessible only by air or sea, Sitka offers incredible scenery, fishing, hiking, abundant wildlife, and Alaska’s most culturally rich history and community. There are twenty two buildings and sites in Sitka that appear in the National Register of Historic Places. In 2008, Sitka was the only town in Alaska chosen to be surveyed for the prestigious destination-stewardship survey for National Geographic Traveler (NGT). We are proud to say that Sitka ranked 48 out of 109. While gold mining and fish canning paved the way for the town’s initial growth, it wasn’t until World War II, when the Navy constructed an air base on Japonski Island, that Sitka finally came into its own.

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