Session Office

January 18 - April 15

  • Toll Free: 866.465.4945
  • Phone: 907.465.4945
  • Fax: 907.465.3476
  • State Capitol Room 111
  • Juneau AK, 99801

Interim Office

April 20 - January 15

  • Phone: 907.269.0199
  • Fax: 907.269.0197
  • 733 W. 4th Ave. Suite 209
  • Anchorage AK, 99501.2133


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Personal Profile

meyer-portrait-larger.pngKevin Meyer

Senate District L, Republican

Place of Birth

  • Beatrice, Nebraska


  • Wife: Marty
  • Children: Karly and Valentina


  • Investment Recovery Coordinator

Length of Residency in Alaska

  • 33 years

Alaskan Communities Lived in

  • Anchorage, 1980 to Present


  • Beatrice High School, 1971-1974-Diploma
  • University of Nebraska 1974-1978 B.S. Business Administration
  • University of New Mexico 1979-1980 Master of Public Administration
  • Alaska Pacific University 1990-1992 Master of Business Administration

Political and Government Positions

  • Senate 2008-Present:
    • Finance Committee Co-Chairman, 2013
    • Majority Leader, 2010-2012
    • Legislative Budget & Audit Committee Chairman, 2008-2010
    • Education Committee Co-Chairman, 2008-2012
    • Legislative Budget & Audit Committee Member
    • Rules Committee Member
    • Health & Social Services Committee Member
    • Legislative Council, Current Member
  • House of Representatives 2000-2008
    • Finance Committee Co-Chairman, 2004-2008
    • Finance Committee Vice Chairman, 2002-2004
    • Community & Regional Affairs Committee Co-Chairman, 2000-2002
  • Anchorage Assembly, 1993-2000, Past Chairman and Vice- Chairman
  • Abbott Loop Community Council, Past Member
  • School Budget Advisory Commission, Past Member

Business & Professional Positions

  • Investment Recovery Coordinator, ConocoPhillips Alaska: 2007-Present
  • Purchasing Representative for ConocoPhillips Alaska: 2000- 2007
  • Supervisor, Director of Administrative Services for ARCO Alaska: 1983-2000

Service Organization(S) Membership

  • Served on the Board of Directors for the following organizations:
  • S.T.A.R, Anchorage Chamber of Commerce
  • Anchorage Economic Development Council
  • Anchorage Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Member: National Rifle Association

Special Interests

  • Family Activities, Fishing, Golf
Personal Legislation

SB 29 ~ State Medical Board Membership

SB 29 adds a Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic (MICP) seat to the Alaska State Medical Board, and reestablishes an odd number of board members, making it difficult for tying votes on actions.

SB 87 ~ Municipal Taxes on Deteriorated Property

SB 87 authorizes municipalities to incentivize the rehabilitation, demolition, and redevelopment of blighted properties in deteriorated communities across the state. Currently, in AS 29.45.050(o), a residential property is eligible to receive an optional municipal property tax abatement only if it is a commercial property not used for residential purposes, or is a multi-unit residential property with at least eight residential units. Unfortunately, the statute is unclear in that it does not specify whether an eligible multi-unit property must have eight units prior to redevelopment or after the redevelopment is complete. This legislation clarifies that properties are eligible for optional municipal property tax abatement if eight or more residential units are located on the property either at the time of application or at the time of the completion of the project.

SCR 2 ~ Recognizing Miss Alaska and the Miss Alaska Scholarship

SCR 2 updates and reinforces the Legislature’s resolution from 1970 by recognizing that there is only one Miss Alaska, who is Alaska’s representative to the Miss America Pageant, and that Miss Alaska is the official hostess of the State of Alaska.

SCR 6 ~ Sexual Assault Awareness Month

All Alaskans deserve a life free from violence. In our homes, in relationships, or in our communities, every individual should live a life without fear and with security and safety. This resolution encourages Alaskans to acknowledge and speak out against sexual assault as we join in unity to dispel the anger, self-blame, depression and anxiety that can be exhibited both emotionally and physically by those who have endured this terrible experience. This resolution emboldens Alaskans to declare that sexual assault of any kind will not be accepted.

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