Soldotna - Community Spotlight

Dated: March 9 2020

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Community Spotlight – Soldotna

With a population of 30,000 people and 111 acres of parks per 1000 people. Soldotna is a great choice for people who want to live “Alaskan” but not give up some of the conveniences of city life. There are great restaurants, lots of community events, tons of parks and river access, shopping, a college campus, a local hospital, and much more.


Soldotna Elementary

Redoubt Elementary

Soldotna Montessori

The Study

Skyview Middle School

River City Academy (7-12)

Soldotna High School

Cook Inlet Acadamy (Preschool-12)

Kenai Peninsula College





Central Peninsula Hospital

Provider Directory


Animal Control

Twin Cities Veterinary Clinic

Soldotna Animal Hospital

Three Friends Dog Park




State Troopers

Things to do

Parks and Recreation


Tsalteshi Trails (skiing and biking)

Festivals and Events


Alaska Jobs Center Network

Real Estate

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Teresa Winter

I was born and raised on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. I started my career in the oilfield both in North Kenai and on the North Slope. I worked for NOAA doing climate change research in Barrow and th....

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