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State of Alaska Calendars

Printable Calendars

2020 Calendars

2021 Calendars

Future Calendars

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the State calendar display payday or direct deposit settlement date information?

Calendars indicate paydays rather than direct deposit settlement dates.

What are the pay days?

For employees on a Biweekly pay schedule payday is the second Friday following completion of the pay period. These rules also apply to employees who are not covered by collective bargaining.

If the payday falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, then the last working day before such Saturday, Sunday or holiday will be the payday. For example, in February of 2020, when the normal SEMI-montly payday falls on a Saturday, payday will be on the preceding Friday, February 14; and in December of 2020, when the normal biweekly payday falls on the Christmas holiday, payday will be on the preceding Thursday, December 24.

What if I do not receive my direct deposit by payday?

Contact the Employee Call Center at (907) 465-3009, or EmployeeCallCenter@alaska.gov, where staff will assist in directing your call or email to the appropriate payroll contact as needed.

Who publishes the calendar?

The state calendar is published by the webmaster of the Division of Finance (DOF), a division of the Department of Administration. DOF's webmaster obtains data relating to holidays and payroll settlement (paydays) from schedules provided by the State Payroll Manager and will update future calendars as the information becomes available.

What if I need a calendar that isn't yet available?

Contact us. We may not begin work on the initial calendar release until demand has been demonstrated. If we receive early inquiries, we will attempt to release the calendar in advance of the scheduled roll-out.

If you are simply interested in researching future dates, your computer likely provides this functionality. Windows users can double-click on their system clock (usually in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen). This will open a window from which you can select your desired month and year. Remember to click Cancel when finished to avoid resetting your clock.

I can't read the calendar. What should I do?

The free Adobe Acrobat Reader program is required to view the calendar. If you are unable to use Adobe Acrobat due to a software problem, please contact your computer support team. If you are unable to use Adobe Acrobat for another reason, please contact us with a description of your formatting requirements. We may be able to provide the calendar in an alternate format to suit your needs.

How do I add holidays and paydays to my own calendar?

The State Calendars are provided below in iCalendar (.ics) format. These files can be imported into your Calendar client for viewing online.

2020 Calendars : 2020 State Holidays | 2020 State Biweekly Paydays with State Holidays

2021 Calendars : 2021 State Holidays | 2021 State Biweekly Paydays with State Holidays

To import a calendar into Microsoft Outlook follow these steps:

    1. Right-click and save the .ics file to import to your desktop.
    2. In Outlook, on the File menu, click Import and Export.
    3. In the Import and Export Wizard window, click Import an iCalendar (.ics) or vCalendar file (.vcs), then click Next.
    4. Browse to locate the folder that contains the .ics file you want to import. In the Files of type list, choose iCalendar Format.
    5. Click OK to add the add the calendar dates to your calendar. You may be prompted to click Import to complete the process.