Economy and Transportation
Oyster farming occurs in the area. A University Research Center is located nearby as well.
There is no road access to Jakolof Bay. A 1,000' long by 35' wide public gravel airstrip is available.
History, Culture and Demographics
The local name was first reported in 1915 by the U.S. Geological Survey.
The population of the community consists of 0% Alaska Native or part Native.
During the 2000 U.S. Census, total housing units numbered 0, and vacant housing units numbered 0. U.S. Census data for Year 2000 showed 0 residents as employed.
The unemployment rate at that time was 0 percent, although 0 percent of all adults were not in the work force.
The median household income was $0, per capita income was $0, and 0 percent of residents were living below the poverty level.