Tununak Public Safety Building

Tununak Public Safety Building in Tununak, AK
Tununak, AK 99681
(907) 652-6812

Contacts

City / suburb:
Tununak

County:
Bethel

State:
Alaska

ZIP code:
99681-0000

Phone:
(907) 652-6812

GPS Longitude:
-165.259486

GPS Latitude:
60.580477

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Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 9221
City / suburb: Tununak, AK
County: Bethel
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According to our records, this business is located in Tununak (in Bethel County), Alaska 99681, the location GPS coordinates are: 60.580477 (latitude), -165.259486 (longitude). Tununak Public Safety Building is categorized under Marshals' Office, Police (SIC code 9221). You can contact the company by phone at (907) 652-6812.
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