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Alaska Public Lands Information Center Accessibility Policy

The Alaska Public Lands Information Center is committed to ensuring that all information both in our center and on our website is accessible to those with disabilities, including both employees and customers we serve. If you experience any difficulty accessing the information, please call us or email us. We will try to assist you as best as we can. This may include providing the information to you in an alternate format. 

The Alaska Public Lands Information Centers offer several features for peoples with disabilities including:
  • wheelchair accessibility
  • open captioning in our movies
  • audio descriptions for our photographs
If you have further questions or concerns about our centers contact us:

Alaska State Park Cabin Wheelchair Accessible Ramp

Partners Accessibility Policies

Find out more about our partners accessibility policies by going to their websites:

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