The purpose of public involvement in construction projects is to ensure that the project management makes informed and timely decisions based on the needs of the public. When project management strives to inform and involve the public, a sense of project legitimacy and accountability is generated with the public. There are unique challenges required to engage the public in rural Alaska. Rural village communities that are not only physically isolated, but also have cultural, language, and economic differences that vary from village to village, compound the ordinary problems associated with public involvement. This report polled major project owners, designers and contractor in Alaska about their public involvement process in rural Alaska. It analyzed the poll responses and wrote recommendations for public involvement. An informational brochure and a checklist were developed.