The NVE Tribal Court is committed to addressing issues in a way that promotes respect and healing. There are multiple forms of court available to meet the needs of different situations. To learn about the services provided, click here.
Due to COVID-19 we are not doing on-site distribution without an appointment. Please call ahead to the Native Village of Eyak main line (907) 424-7738. Distributions times are 11-12pm Monday-Friday, with exception for holiday closures. Households that meet the state-mandated income limits are allowed one distribution per household per month. Please note that supplies may be limited.
Temporary COVID-19 hours: 11-12pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
For just $2 a week you can have The Cordova Times, an award-winning newspaper, delivered to your home, office, or mailbox. Delivery anywhere is included in our low weekly rate. Never miss an issue of Prince William Sound’s oldest newspaper.
The Native Village of Eyak purchased an LCM8 Landing Craft, the Eyak One, to provide Marine Transport Services in Alaska. The Eyak One is a 76 foot landing craft with a 41 foot deck, a 40 ton capacity and two deck cranes capable of lifting 8,000 pounds.
In fall of 2016 the Native Village of Eyak purchased the Prince William Marina. This for-profit business allows NVE to help provide additional storage services for the community. The travel lift allows for boats to be pulled out and launched from the premise, but also allows boats to be left in the slings for things like maintenance. Boats and trailers up to 45’ can be pulled out and blocked for storage. There are a variety of locker sizes in outbuildings that can be rented by the month.
If you are experiencing a MEDICAL emergency, please call 9-1-1.
During these unprecedented times, Ilanka Community Health Center wants you to know that we are still here to support you in your continued needs for regular medical care and counseling. Due to COVID-19 we are now offering video and phone appointments. Please contact us for questions or to make an appointment, 907-424-3622.
At the Ilanka Community Health Center, we are committed to providing personalized quality health care to our Cordova community – including members of the Native Village of Eyak, non-tribal community members, seasonal workers and visitors. We strive to meet the needs of every person seeking care, regardless of ethnic or economic backgrounds. Our primary goal is respecting and protecting patient health and well-being.