Citizens promoting the environmentally safe operation of the Alyeska terminal and associated tankers.

The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council was formed after the Exxon Valdez oil spill to provide a voice for citizens affected by decisions related to the Alyeska pipeline terminal and associated tankers. 

The Council’s Work

Council News

RFQ: Website Technical Support

RFQ: Website Technical Support
The Council is seeking a qualified website development vendor to partner with the Council’s in-house website manager to provide technical ...
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Council announces election of Board officers

Council announces election of Board officers
The Council held its annual Board meeting in Valdez, Alaska, on May 5-6, 2022. Among other business, the Board convened ...
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Board passes resolution honoring Patience Andersen Faulkner

Board passes resolution honoring Patience Andersen Faulkner
The Council's longest-serving member of its Board of Directors has retired from her service to the Council. At its meeting ...
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Resolution of appreciation for Anil Mather

Resolution of appreciation for Anil Mather
Resolution 22-02: Recognizing and Expressing Appreciation for Anil Mathur’s Contributions to the Safe Transportation of Oil in Prince William Sound ...
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Funds available for educational projects related to our mission

Funds available for educational projects related to our mission
The Council works to educate Exxon Valdez region youth about the environmentally safe operation of the Alyeska terminal and associated ...
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Seward community engages with on-water oil spill response training

Seward community engages with on-water oil spill response training
The Council held its fishing vessel oil spill response training observation tour in Seward, Alaska, on April 14, 2022. Before ...
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Council met in Valdez in May

Council met in Valdez in May
The Council held a meeting in Valdez on Thursday and Friday, May 5-6, 2022. Agenda and materials for Board of ...
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After 25 years of work on invasive species, Council studies remain innovative

After 25 years of work on invasive species, Council studies remain innovative
Twenty-five years ago this year, the Council released its first study on the threat of marine invasive species to Prince ...
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