The City of Delta Junction will hold a silent auction for the disposal of a 2009 F450 Type 1 Ambulance. It requires engine/exhaust work and will be sold as is, where is. A copy of the repair quote provided upon request. The current odometer reading (136,509) will change when vehicle is moved to its auction staging location. It is available for viewing at the City of Delta Junction Public Works Building (1328 Richardson Highway). Call Delta Junction City Hall (907-895-4656) to schedule an inspection. The minimum bid is $23,000 USD.
Cash sale to highest bidder. No credit or debit cards accepted. Bid forms available at City Hall (2288 Deborah Street) M-F, 8:00-5:00. Bidding closes at 4:00PM on 29 September. Bids not accepted by phone, fax, or email. Bidder need not be present to win. Upon payment in full, purchaser must move ambulance from City property by 9 October, 2023. Sale final with no return.
The Delta Junction Visitor Center is run by the Delta Junction Farm Bureau. The Visitor Center is located at the “Triangle” (2360 Grizzly Lane) behind a line of birch trees, where Milepost 1422 of the Alaska Highway meets Milepost 266 of the Richardson Highway. The “End of the Alaska Highway” milepost marker, Alyeska pipeline pig, and mosquito sculptures are on the Visitor Center grounds. Learn about Delta’s history, the Alaska Highway, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, and farming in Delta from the friendly staff at the Visitor Center.
The triangle-shaped Visitor Center is almost exclusively stocked with local merchandise and the only place to purchase official “End of the Alaska Highway” certificates. They are made from thick archival cardstock, and they cost $3.00 each. Call (907-616-1323) or email (email@example.com). Advance notice is appreciated for large groups of travelers.