Chefornak
Chevak – Joe Paniyak Memorial CSC
Eek – Steven “Angivran” White Memorial CSC
Goodnews Bay
Hooper Bay
Kipnuk
Kongiganak
Kwigillingok
Mekoryuk
Napakiak – Fritz Willie Memorial CSC
Napaskiak
Newtok (Community Service Center)
Newtok (Shop)
Nightmute
Oscarville
Quinhagak
Scammon Bay
Toksook Bay
Tuntutuliak
Tununak

COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERS

PRIMARY PURPOSE

Each CSC is primarily intended to be a multi-use building that provides and enhances economic opportunities in the community, particularly for fishermen participating in the commercial fisheries. Each CSC provides a professional space to maintain, repair, service and modify boats, motors, and fishing gear, thereby facilitating the participation of fishing families in the commercial harvests in the region.

SECONDARY PURPOSE

An important secondary purpose of the CSC is to allow community members to repair and maintain snow machines, four-wheelers, sleds, trailers and other equipment critical to life in the village.

Another important secondary purpose is to allow for other community-related meetings and projects when the shop space is available.

Aluminum Boat Repair/Customization

REPAIRING
We serve commercial fishermen and the general public who own aluminum boats that are in need of routine or more comprehensive repair.

CUSTOMIZATION
We can help you improve your fishing boat, add accessories such as hydraulic rollers, side rollers, and storage bins, and complete other improvements to make your boat more efficient or enhance its seaworthiness.

The shop can also be used to create aluminum sleds and all-terrain vehicle trailers important to off-season subsistence activities.

 

Small Engine Maintenance/Repair
Our CSC shops are available for maintenance and repair of two-stroke and four- stroke gasoline powered outboard motors. As a secondary benefit to the community, all-terrain vehicles, snow-machines, chain saws, and small generators can also be worked on.

 

Wood Working/Carpentry
This is open for use by the general public on a fee contingent basis. It is intended to provide space and tools for woodworking and basic carpentry.

Tools cannot be taken out of the CSC for use in community members’ homes or at a construction site.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER Fee Structure:

(Prices as of January 1, 2014)
Mechanic / Welder Shop Rates:

Summer (May – September):
- M/W - $55/HR

Winter (October – April)
- M/W - $50/HR

Elder Rate (65+ older)
- M/W - $30/HR

- Free - Shop Rent

Non-Resident (All-year)
- Shop Rent - $125/Day
- M/W Service - $125/Hour

Other Prices:
- Shop Rental -$40/Day
- Parts -Cost of parts plus shipping – With an overall 10% markup
- Tire Change -$30/Tire
- Battery Charge-$40/Day
- $20/Half-day

Meeting Space:
- Free – CVRF Governing Body
- Free – CVRF Board Member Sponsored
- Free – Commercial Fisherman Meeting
- Free – Search & Rescue Meeting
- Free – School Conference / Meeting
- $55/Day – Other (As requested/Approved)

CONTACT
Your local CVRF representative or the CVRF main office at 888-795-5151888-795-5151 .