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Seward, AK

Seward, AK


Seward, AK

What to know if moving to Seward
If you’re used to a life in a bustling city with crowded streets and neighborhoods, you’ll be in for major changes after moving to Seward. This is a place where time seems to slow down and the pace of life is more relaxed. You’ll find more outdoor gear than three-piece suits in this small community. Seward has been recognized as an All-American City three times, and it won’t take long for you to see why. As a resident of this beautiful city you’re likely to get lost in the breath-taking natural beauty surrounding you. Seward is located at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula and serves as one of Alaska’s oldest communities.

Why should you be moving to Seward?
Moving to Seward may involve a huge life-style change for you, but we think it’s one worth making. The area has a very lucrative fishery port and serves as a major tourist destination. One of the local treasures is the Kenai Fjords National Park. It’s here you can view glaciers, hike through a myriad of trails, or simply enjoy Alaska marine life. While living here, plan to experience recreation activities you can’t find in most other states like:

  • Dog Sledding
  • Sail along Resurrection Bay
  • Overnight Cruises complete with Glaciers & Wildlife
  • Sea Kayaking
  • Glacier Hiking

There’s plenty to do after moving to Seward
Seward may be a small community of only 3,016 residents, but it has big adventure waiting for you. It’s one of the few places you can experience trophy sport fishing, flight seeing, and summer dog sledding in the same place. Once you’ve moved to Seward, you’ll find it’s a great place to walk or ride a bike. Being outdoors is an important feature of this community, and locals strive to give you plenty of chances to do just that. The event calendar stays full with activities like the Mt. Marathon Race, Silver Salmon Derby, Polar Bear Jump, and Snow Shoe Tours.

You’ll love the overall sense of community found in Seward and find that this area is determined to give residents a high quality of life. After moving to Seward, the scenery will stun you, the people will welcome you, and your life will change for the better.

Helpful Links for Moving to Seward, AK
City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Visitor Information
Relocation Information
Resident Links

The service center for Seward, AK is located in Anchorage, AK.

Information about Seward, AK

Est. Population: 3171
County: Kenai Peninsula
Latitude: 60.1000
Longitude: -149.4333
Zip Codes: 99664