Welcome to Muldoon and Scenic Foothills

This web site is a bulletin board for information about our community, which parallels Muldoon Road from the Tudor-Muldoon curve to the swerve onto the Glenn Highway in East Anchorage, Alaska. The northern section is generally known as Muldoon and south of Northern Lights Boulevard is called Scenic Foothills.

As Anchorage celebrated its 100th birthday in 2015, Muldoon celebrated 75. Our part of town was mostly spruce forest when Anchorage pioneer homesteader Arnold L. Muldoon backpacked building materials along a muddy trail that became Muldoon Road. He put up a log cabin in the winter of 1940-1941. The last piece of his homestead is now a forested park across Northern Lights Boulevard from Carr’s-Muldoon.

Ethnically diverse, we generate neighborhood cohesiveness and pride through grassroots participation in Scenic Foothills Community Council (SFCC) and Northeast Community Council (NECC), through neighborhood cleanup and beautification projects and the Muldoon Farmers Market, an all-volunteer effort by local community councils to bring fresh, wholesome, Alaska grown produce to Muldoon.

Check the Home page often for up-to-date information on notices, meetings, events, opportunities and general community news. You’ll find searchable content, plus related posts and pages in two menus. The top menu is by category and the menu below the header is for pages with more in depth information.

See the Resources page for dozens of helpful links and contact information on everything from animal control and bear sightings to zoning complaints.

There’s a Contact page for feedback and for more information, including meeting notices by e-mail or postal mail from Northeast Community Council (NECC) and Scenic Foothills Community Council (SFCC).