P.O. Box 50, Dillingham, Alaska 99576
907-842-5956 | FAX 907-842-2784

3-bedroom home, Koliganek, Alaska

One of sixteen regional housing authorities in Alaska,
the mission of the Bristol Bay Housing Authority is to eliminate substandard housing by developing local capacity to provide safe, decent and affordable housing for the Native population of Bristol Bay.

Since its founding in 1974, BBHA has built more than 500 such units, single family homes and apartments, with funds provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Native American Programs and the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.

Housing authority commissioners, appointed by the directors of the Bristol Bay Native Association, include Chairman William Tennyson, Vice-Chairman Luki Akelkok, Secretary-Treasurer Joseph Clark, and Commissioners Boris Kosbruk and Eddie Angasan. Residents of 32 communities in Alaska's Bristol Bay region fall under BBHA's umbrella of eligibility.