Emergency Contact Information

If you are in need of immediate assistance contact any of the below:

  • Sector Anchorage Command Center: 907-428-4100
  • Local 911
  • Coast Guard on VHF-FM channel 16 (marine-band radio)

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Sector Anchorage

Contact Information:

Address:                                                                            Telephone:                                                  24-Hour Command Center:

U.S. COAST GUARD SECTOR ANCHORAGE           907-428-4200                                              907-428-4100

BLDG. 49000, Guard Road                                              FAX:                                                           Command Center email:

JBER, AK 99505                                                              907-271-6765                                              sector.anchorage@uscg.mil

 

 

 

 

Captain of the Port - Western Alaska

Sector Anchorage is the Coast Guard's largest sector in terms of geographic area, exercising authority in a jurisdiction extending through-out Western Alaska, The North Slope, and the Aleutian Islands through Prince William Sound.  Sector Anchorage has several subordinate units, which include Marine Safety Unit Valdez, several Marine Safety Detachments, several Cutters and an Aids To Navigation Team. Sector Anchorage’s missions include, but are not limited to: search and rescue, pollution prevention & response, waterways management, port security, vessel inspections, and investigations. In 2014, Sector Anchorage was relocated from downtown Anchorage to a state-of-the-art facility attached to the Alaska National Guard Armory on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.

 - Sector Anchorage Year in Review - 2015


Report marine Casualties, Oil Spills, and Suspicious Incidents

To Report an Oil Spill or Suspicious Activity contact The National Response Center (NRC):
1-800-424-8802

To report a marine casualty, call the Sector Anchorage Command Center at (907) 428-4100. The Coast Guard conducts investigations following marine casualties to determine the causal and contributing factors that led to the incident. This allows the Coast Guard to potentially save lives in the future by identifying what went wrong and how it can be avoided in the future.

Marine Casualty Reporting