Lands & Resources
Mission Statement: To develop, manage, and conserve City land and resources consistent with public policy.
In September of 1983, the City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) amended its Administrative Code to state that “real property management, including acquisition and disposal,” be included as one of its responsibilities. The Lands and Resources Division is the product of this administrative responsibility, and oversees roughly 15,000 acres of CBJ property while implementing Title 53, CBJ’s Land Management Code. Also important to note is the 1983 Ordinance that established the policies and procedures for the classification, management, and disposal of City and Borough land.
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Renninger Subdivision Lot 4 and Lot 5 in Lemon Creek will be available in an over-the-counter land sale starting May 1. Interested parties can apply to purchase the lots starting at 8:30 a.m. that day in the City and Borough of Juneau Lands and Resources Division office located on the third floor of the Municipal Way Building, 105 Municipal Way.
Previously, these lots were offered for sale via sealed competitive bid. In an over-the-counter sale, lots are purchased at a fixed pre-determined fair market value price. Lot 4, selling for $412,000, is 3.78 acres and Lot 5, selling for $382,000, is 4.38 acres. Both are zoned for multi-family and are close to Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School and Capital Transit bus stops. Jackie Street, which provides site and utility access, is lined with sidewalks.
CBJ completed the Renninger Subdivision in 2016; its namesake, Jackie Renninger, was a former Juneau Police Department officer. Renninger Lots 2, 6, and 7 were purchased by the Alaska Housing Development Corporation, and Lot 3 was purchased by the Juneau Housing Trust. For an in-depth look at CBJ’s plans for Lemon Creek, read the adopted Lemon Creek Area Plan.
More information on both lots, including the sales brochure and purchase form, is available here.