Stevens Village (also called Denyeet in Koyukon language) is a Census-Designated Place in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. It is located at 66°0?19?N 149°6?11?W in the middle of the Yukon Flats. It has a total area of 11 square miles, out of which 10.4 square miles is land and 0.6 square miles is water.
Stevens Village finds its origin to a settlement called Dinyea (meaning ‘mouth of the canyon’) that was founded by three Natives from the Koyukon region. Later one of them became the village Chief and renamed the settlement to Old Steven in 1902. Few years later, the Gold Rush started boom around and the local residents of Old Steven cut wood that were used for mining operations. Today the visitors can visit the wood yard from where the Native people used to cut wood.
The nearest community from here is Livengood that lies 36 miles away from the city. It is followed by Rampart that lies 45 miles away from Stevens Village.