Alaska Housing Assessment
The Assessment provides a statewide, regional and community look at major factors affecting housing benefiting policymakers, funding agencies, housing authorities and others interested. Factors such as overcrowding, affordability, energy use and how Alaskan communities compare with the rest of the U.S. are presented and analyzed. More so than before, the 2014 Assessment has in depth detail on building energy use from the more than 80,000 AkWarm energy ratings completed throughout the state.
2009 Housing Assessment
The 2009 Alaska Housing Assessment focuses on the housing unit itself and energy use of the current housing stock.
- 2009 Alaska Housing Assessment (PDF 1.3MB)
2005 Housing Assessment
This 2005 Alaska Housing Assessment Study was undertaken to determine housing conditions and needs throughout Alaska. In part, the study updates similar work completed in 1988 and 1991; in part it expands the knowledge of housing conditions in Alaska.
- Executive Summary (Word 73KB)
- Part 1 (PDF 2.3MB)
- Part 2 (PDF 4.2MB)
- Overview Presentation (PPT 5.8MB)