Effective May 26, 2020

Weight Restrictions Lifted on

All borough maintained roads: Normal summertime use.

For further information, please call 262-4427.

Weight restrictions are stated as a percentage of legal allowable weight and shall be applied to the maximum axle loading in 17 AAC 25.013(e).

Additional restrictions and modifications will be imposed as necessary.


The Kenai Peninsula Borough Road Service Area (RSA) maintains over 645 miles (95% is gravel and 5% is paved) of roads. The RSA is divided into five regions, Central, West, North, East and South. Each region is divided into units.There are twenty eight (28) road maintenance units borough-wide. 

The borough contracts with local contractors to maintain roads. Road maintenance includes snow plowing, sanding, minor road repairs, grading and ditch clearing.

The RSA hires contractors to perform all road maintenance work. Contractors are dispatched by the RSA. All concerns regarding road maintenance should be directed to the RSA, not the operational contractor.

 Permit Applications 

Permits for new driveway construction, road improvements, right-of-way work or new road construction may be obtained on-line or at the Road Service Area office, 47140 E. Poppy Lane, Soldotna. There are no applicable fees to obtain a right-of-way permit.

Road Maintenance Application

Roads that meet Kenai Peninsula Borough Road Construction Standards Chapter 14.06 may be considered for maintenance. Applications may be obtained at the Road Service Area office or on-line. Road Maintenance Applications along with the Construction Cost Statement will only be accepted no later than September 1st for the Road Service Area Board to consider approval at their October meeting.

Road Improvement Assessment District (RIAD)

The Kenai Peninsula Borough through the Assessing Department and Road Service Area offers citizens the opportunity to improve/pave subdivision roads through the RIAD program. You may contact the Assessing Department or the Road Service Area office for further information.

North Road Extension Project

This project is funded through the Safe, Accountable, Efficient, Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU). Western Federal Lands Highway Division as authorized under Title 23 U.S.C Section 204 and identified by Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance CFDA #20.205.

Other Useful Resources:


Purchasing and Contracting Opportunities
Research Borough Code
Street Naming/Renaming
Geographic Information Systems 

Click here to see a GIS map of the Road Service Area boundaries.

The Road Service Area established five regions within the Kenai Peninsula Borough as follows:


  • Sterling Highway at approximate mile post 43 to approximate mile post 51 (Cooper Landing).
  • Seward Highway at approximate mile post 1 to approximate mile post 35 (Moose Pass/Seward).
  • Hope Highway at approximate mile post 15 to approximate mile post 17 (Hope).



  • Kalifornsky Beach Road (K-Beach) from intersection at approximate mile post 96 of Sterling Highway in Soldotna to intersection at approximate mile post 109 Sterling Highway in Kasilof.
  • Sterling Highway at approximate mile post 96 to approximate mile post 149. (Kasilof/ Ninilchik).



  • Sterling Highway at approximate mile post 76 to approximate mile post 92.
  • (Sterling/Soldotna). Kenai Spur Highway at mile post 1 to approximate mile post 5 (Soldotna).
  • Funny River Road (Soldotna)



  •  Kenai Spur Highway at mile post 15 to approximate mile post 35 (North Kenai/Nikiski).



  • Sterling Highway at approximate mile post 150 to approximate mile post 18 East End Road (Anchor Point/Homer).
  • Seldovia


Click here to see link Boundaries established in KPB Code 16.41.010.