The City and surrounding areas have seen significant growth and development since Soldotna first incorporated as a city in the 1960's, but the corporate boundaries have remained essentially unchanged. There are now areas with dense residential and commercial development inside the City, and extending beyond the city limits in all directions. In many ways, we are a cohesive community where businesses, residents, and land owners are living and working in close proximity. But depending on whether a person's home or business falls inside the corporate boundary of the City, the rules, regulations, and tax structure that impact our daily lives - and the government services we receive - are very different.
This image was created in December of 2017. Some information may have changed since the publication date, including a slight increase in the Kenai Peninsula Borough mill rate.