All CBJ material sites are considered active mining areas during operating hours and are closed to the general public. Questions regarding the CBJ material sites should be directed to the CBJ Material Sites Manager, Alec Venechuk, at (907) 586-0874 or Alec.Venechuk@juneau.org.
Rock and Gravel
Stabler Point Quarry is located on Glacier Highway, west of Auke Bay, and just east of the Auke Bay ferry terminal. The rock quarry has been in operation since 2001. In 2016, Stabler rock quarry operations Conditional Use Permit was renewed to allow for ten more years of operation. Currently, the hours of operation are 8am – 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. Blasting is allowed from 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm, Monday through Friday. The quarry is open seasonally, with a typical winter shut down period of December-February. The CBJ owns and manages the rock quarry, while private contractors conduct mining activities within the site. Contractors use Stabler rock for various City, State, and private construction and paving jobs.
The North Lemon Creek site is located off of Anka St. and across Lemon Creek, adjacent to the Lemon Creek State Correctional Center. The site provides a sand, gravel, and hardrock/crushed stone resource to city-owned projects.
The South Lemon Creek site is located off of Anka St. and is adjacent to Home Depot and Costco, in the Lemon Creek Commercial District. Construction material extraction and placer mining have occurred in the Lemon Creek drainage since the Gold Rush of the late 1800s. The South Lemon Creek site provides a sand and gravel resource.