Entries by Jon Anderson

Tribal Government Inclement Weather Guidelines

Purpose – Employee safety is a priority for the Suquamish Tribe. Work closures, delays and early dismissals due to weather, road conditions and power outages are always a possibility during periods of inclement weather. These guidelines outline when closures and or delays will be implemented and outline how the Tribe will notify employees and the community when […]

Healing of the Canoe Survey

Healing of the Canoe is working on an adult version of the Youth Curriculum. This survey will help us better understand what adults in the Tribe want to see included. These questions come from initial focus groups with Suquamish Elders, Cultural Committee, and Suquamish leaders. We appreciate you taking 5 minutes to complete this survey. […]

Suquamish Tribe Distribution Survey

As the Suquamish Tribe continues with drive-thru distributions, we would like to better understand dates, times, and distribution items that work best for you and your family. We appreciate you taking 5 minutes to fill out this survey to help us improve future tribal distributions.  

Update your SUN contact info

IMPORTANT: If you are trying to sign up for SUN for the FIRST TIME, please click here. Whether you want to change an email address or cell phone number, or adjust which communities you receive texts and emails on, updating your SUN info is easy.  There’s no need to fill out the entire form below, […]

Seeking Tribal Members to Serve on Suquamish Boards and Commissions

The Suquamish Tribal Council is seeking applications from Tribal members for appointment to Executive Boards and Commissions positions that expire on December 31, 2021. Appointments are for three-year terms. Board members are paid stipends as allowed by charter or ordinance. Normally, Tribal members would have had an opportunity to sign up to serve on boards […]

Eligibility for All Native American Tribal Members 18 years and above

The American Indian Health Commission received confirmation that any member of a tribal or urban Indian community is eligible for COVID 19 Vaccine boosters. Per Washington DOH’s news release Oct. 22, booster doses are now available for Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen. AIHC asked the question for clarification of Who Is Eligible for a […]