Watching the ice

Annual updates keep TBMP guidelines relevant

Input from stakeholders is key to TBMP's success

The process of updating the TBMP Guidelines document begins each year in January with a request that members of Juneau's visitor industry, TBMP, and the City and Borough of Juneau review and provide input into any additions, changes, or corrections to be made to the guidelines for the new year.  Once the new document is completed, copies are distributed throughout the area and provided to each TBMP member company.  The current document is also posted on websites and is available via email to anyone requesting it.     

Bears at Waterfall Creek on Chicagof Island

Pybus Point Trophy Salmon

Sharing our success

TBMP's success has generated interest from a number of coastal cities. In Alaska, these include Skagway, Wrangell, Ketchikan, Sitka, Valdez, and Whittier. Also, two communities in Maine -- Bar Harbor and Portland -- along with cities in Norway, Sweden, and American Samoa have expressed interest in the program.  Juneau's TBMP program elements are provide free to locations interested in managing tourism's impact.

Skagway's TBMP       Ketchikan's TBMP
 Wrangell's TBMP