We take pride in the wellness and safety of our residents

Soldotna health & saftey

Our residents’ sense of safety impacts their health and well-being by influencing their level of engagement in physical and social activities. When residents feel safe, they are decreasing their risk of isolation, obesity, diabetes, and high blood pressure. 


Most of us are concerned about our health these days – whether it’s an emphasis on hitting the gym a bit more, getting in touch with your spiritual side through yoga, or taking some extra time to focus on mental well-being. Thankfully, Soldotna is the sort of town that makes that pursuit of betterment easy, even while you’re on vacation or here on business.

Take a break and get a massage at your destination spa, do some yoga in the middle of a river park, or schedule time to take in the Kenai National Wildlife on a hike…whatever you have time for, there’s an opportunity to be a better person before you head home.

Soldotna is fortunate to have the finest medical professionals and the latest health care technology. Many physicians, dentists, chiropractors and other health professionals offer extensive services. From simple dental exams, family vaccinations and checkups to the most sophisticated medical technology available, highly skilled health care professionals are always available.

A Safe community

Using the latest rehabilitative technology and techniques, Central Peninsula Hospital and Peninsula Community Health Services help individuals achieve their greatest level of function as quickly as possible, so they may return to work, to play and to living a full life.

In addition to these two great facilities, Soldotna is served by many other private practice medical providers. 

For your safety and others, Soldotna is home to both the Soldotna Police Department and a detachment of the Alaska State Troopers. Along with law enforcement, the Soldotna PD promotes an active crime prevention program. The Alaska State Troopers are tasked with identifying and apprehending violators and preventing crimes throughout Alaska, with an emphasis in areas not covered by the local police unit. Both entities protect and serve the Soldotna community through friendly community involvement. Central Emergency Services is the Fire and EMS of the entire Kenai Peninsula and it offers its residents many emergency services, including a rapid response to incidents and control of a wide-range of emergency situations. All of the aforementioned provide residents with a safe place to live, work, and play.

(907) 262-4455

Soldotna p.d.

While the Soldotna Police Department is not large in size, we think of ourselves as being huge in heart and pride ourselves in being innovative in our efforts to provide the highest possible level of service to our community.

(907) 262-4453

State Troopers

The Alaska State Troopers are primarily a rural police department. Alaska does not have counties, Sheriff’s Offices or Deputies. AST provides complete law enforcement services for areas outside of the traditional “city limits.”

In state: 5-1-1(toll free)

road conditions

Driving condition reports and alerts are entered by ADOT&PF personnel, the Alaska State Troopers Dispatch, and Denali National Park Dispatch (for the Parks Highway). If out-of-State, please dial (866)282-7577.

(907) 262-4792


Central Emergency Services protects approximately 2.200 sq. mi., providing fire protection, emergency medical services, and fire rescue to approximately 32,000 Central Kenai Peninsula residents. 

(907) 262-3119


Peninsula Community Health Services of Alaska is a federally qualified community health center (nonprofit) providing quality care for all. They have 5 service sites in the area with experienced health care professisonals. 

(907) 714-4404


Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) is a 49 bed, full service hospital located in Soldotna, Alaska which serves the Central Kenai Peninsula. CPH is a Planetree designated hospital that approaches wellness by including all aspects of healing.