Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman provides the latest update to the Tribe’s ongoing efforts to address the coronavirus crisis.
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During the Covid-19 outbreak, The Suquamish Tribe is reducing face-to-face operations, while increasing remote telework services. The main numbers to all offices are being monitored. You may leave a voicemail and someone will respond as soon as possible. Critical services are still being provided during reduced hours at the following locations: Suquamish Tribe Administration Including: […]
The Suquamish Tribal Court will be available for limited operations, until further notice. All bail hearings and arraignments for in custody defendants will still be held in the time required by Tribal Code. The court is also still available to hear all matters of an urgent nature, including requests for protection orders and emergency child […]
Chairman Leonard Forsman provides this March 17 video update to the Suquamish Tribal community on the Tribe’s responses to the Covid-19 outbreak. Questions, comments, or concerns can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to minimize the spread of Covid-19, the Suquamish Tribe is reducing face-to-face operations, while increasing remote telework services as much as possible. The main/lobby numbers to all Suquamish Tribe offices are being monitored. You may leave a voicemail and someone will respond as soon as possible. Many other direct lines are also now […]
From Suquamish Tribe Executive Director Shyla Spicer: I wanted share an update on test results regarding our Wellness Center staff member. Testing confirms the staff member DOES NOT have COVID-19. We continue to respond to the rapidly evolving events surrounding COVID-19. We remain committed to providing updated information as it becomes available. We appreciate your […]
The Suquamish Tribe will shift to reduced government operations for the next four weeks. Beginning March 16, the vast majority of staff are instructed to remain home until at least April 10, at which time the situation will be reassessed. Staff who are able to telecommute will do so. Essential services that must be provided […]
In light of the unprecedented emergency created by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Suquamish Tribe General Council will not be held on March 15 as scheduled. In a resolution approved by Tribal Council March 12, the General Council is now tentatively rescheduled for June 28. This decision was not made lightly. We are especially concerned about […]
A staff member of the Suquamish Tribe Wellness Center, who has been ill, was tested for COVID-19 and is currently self-isolating at home. The test results are pending. To be cautious, the Tribe is closing the Wellness Center beginning today and will reopen on March 17 pending the test results. During the closure, the Wellness […]
Dear Tribal Citizens: The Suquamish Tribal Council and Tribal government staff would like to take this opportunity to inform you of our efforts to minimize the impacts of COVID-19 coronavirus. We understand that our Tribal community is concerned, as we are, and want to protect our most vulnerable population: Elders and those with underlying […]