Anchorage is the biggest city in Alaska, situated in the Southcentral locale. Safe haven is a port city with a populace of more than 300,000. The distributed populace thickness is low as the city covers over an astounding 1900 square miles, contrasted and Chicago's 225 square miles or New York City's 300 square miles. Be that as it may, the majority of the land in Anchorage's city limits is uninhabited and uneven.
Harbor is a region, basically a consolidated city and region. The urbanized bit of the city is a moderately minimized territory characterized by Muldoon Road toward the east, Rabbit Creek Road toward the south, and Cook Inlet toward the north and west.