Georgetown is located on the Kuskokwim River, in the Kilbuck-Kuskokwim Mountains, at its convergence with the George River. Georgetown Tribal Council (GTC) is the governing body for the federally recognized tribe of the Native Village of Georgetown, Alaska. Under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of 1971, 38 individuals enrolled, securing GTC’s status as a federally recognized tribe. GTC has since enrolled children of original descendants, which brings current tribal membership to 120+.

Though the enrollees are scattered for economic reasons, they retain a strong connection to their land and desire to repopulate Georgetown.

The Environmental Department is mostly funded by the EPA Indian General Assistance Program.  You can learn more about our department at our website.