There are 17 cities in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska.

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City
Rank
State
2024 Population
2020 Census
Annual Change
Density (mi²)
Area (mi²)
Type
King Salmon1Alaska351327-4.36%2168.20
Newhalen2Alaska148164-2.63%256.03
Nondalton3Alaska116130-2.52%176.74
Port Alsworth4Alaska116200-15.33%522.56
Perryville5Alaska1075411.46%1011.17
Kokhanok6Alaska105125-4.54%520.98
Port Heiden7Alaska8999-2.2%246.77
Chignik8Alaska8494-2.33%810.95
Igiugig9Alaska78606.85%421.07
Pilot Point10Alaska5965-1.67%224.55
Chignik Lagoon11Alaska43354.88%313.25
Egegik12Alaska35370%129.55
Levelock13Alaska1640-27.27%116.73
Iliamna14Alaska1443-33.33%037.22
Chignik Lake15Alaska1052-50%112.44
Pedro Bay16Alaska521-44.44%019.48
Ugashik17Alaska080%0253.62

Note: City markers shown outside the county boundary mean that a part of the city extends into this county, but is primarily located in an adjacent county.

Cities in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska by Population (2024)

What is the largest city in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska?

King Salmon is the largest city in Lake and Peninsula Borough.

What is the smallest city in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska?

Ugashik is the smallest city in Lake and Peninsula Borough.

How many cities are in Lake and Peninsula Borough?

There are 17 cities in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska.

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