Beaver Creek
Burwash Landing
Carcross
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Dawson City
Destruction Bay
Faro
Haines Junction
Mayo
Old Crow
Pelly Crossing
Ross River
Tagish
Teslin
Watson Lake
Whitehorse
Welcome to Ibex Valley
With a population of 345 (2011), the Ibex Valley covers the area along the Alaska Highway beginning at the westerly boundary of Whitehorse and extending approximately 40 kilometres along the Alaska Highway. Land use varies from rural residences to home based businesses and more concentrated country residential subdivisions. The Ibex Valley Local Area Plan (PDF) was approved in 2001.

Ibex Valley At a Glance

Population
345
Estimated number of residents (2011 Census)
Aboriginal Population
N/A
Total Aboriginal Identity Population (Data for this area has been suppressed for data quality or confidentiality reasons. 2011 National Household Survey)
Language
285
Knowledge of English Language only (2006 Census)
Average Income
N/A
Average income of private household (Data for this area has been suppressed for data quality or confidentiality reasons. 2011 National Household Survey)
Median House Price
N/A
Average value of single-family dwelling (Data for this area has been suppressed for data quality or confidentiality reasons. 2011 National Household Survey)
Median Population Age
N/A
Population by Age Group (2011 Census)
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Ibex Valley is an unincorporated community represented by an elected local advisory council with five elected councilors. The Yukon government is responsible for delivering services to property and residents with input from the council.

Local advisory councils, supported by Yukon Department of Community Services, do not have taxing, spending or bylaw-making authority, and are strictly advisory in their role. Elections are held in concert with the regular municipal election cycle of Yukon.