The mission of CIRI's Land and Energy Development department is to unlock the potential of CIRI’s undeveloped lands and resources through innovation and sustainable development while improving opportunities for CIRI shareholders and the people of Cook Inlet.
Visitors may access and use CIRI land on a limited basis with written permission. Guides, hunters and anglers, campers, tour operators, photographers, scientists, dog mushers and other outdoor enthusiasts are encouraged to respect CIRI land and contact the CIRI Land and Resources Department to learn more about land use policies.
Permitting is required for all CIRI land use. Permit applications must be submitted in writing to the CIRI Land and Resources Department.
Unauthorized use of CIRI land is prohibited and trespassing is prosecuted to the full extent of the law. CIRI advertises and posts warnings about the location of its private lands. Land inspections of CIRI land are conducted on a regular basis to prevent unauthorized use.
Some of CIRI's land parcels are adjacent to village lands. If you wish to use village corporation lands, contact the appropriate village representative directly.
The use of CIRI lands requires an approved permit. Please complete and return the permit request. Click here to download and print the permit application. Please mail the completed permit application, maps, and any other required information listed on the application to:
- CIRI Land and Resources Department
- PO Box 93330
- Anchorage, AK 99509-3330
- Phone: (907) 263-5140 or (907) 274-8638
- Fax: (907) 263-5559
Maps can be obtained from the BLM or USGS. For your convenience links are provided below. Hunters and anglers may contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for game management unit boundaries. All federal, state and local regulations and laws apply to any CIRI land use.
The maps on this page are in a PDF format. If you cannot open the documents, get the free Acrobat Reader software. The maps may not fit on letter size paper.
Popular land areas include the following:
- Beluga Lake, Chakachatna River
- Chinitna Bay, Iliamna Bay, Iniskin Peninsula
- Talkeetna Mountains
- Glenn Highway - Chickaloon
- Point MacKenzie - Chickaloon to Wasilla
- Northern Kenai Peninsula
- Southern Kenai Peninsula including Seldovia
Hunters & anglers may contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for game management unit boundaries. All federal, state and local regulations and laws apply to any CIRI land used.