ALASKA (AK)

  • State Capital

    Juneau

    Main Address:

    120 East 4th Street
    Juneau, AK, 99801

    Phone Number:

    1-907-465-3708

  • Time Zone

    Alaska Time Zone, Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone

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  • Area Codes

    907

  • Bordering States

    None

  • State Size

    Total (Land + Water): 663,267 sq miles

    Land Only: 571,951 sq miles

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