All Tribal youth or any youth living in North Kitsap aged 12 to 17 now eligible to receive Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and the Suquamish Tribe are partnering to host a COVID-19 Youth Vaccination Clinic on Monday, May 17 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Elders Center on the […]
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(The following was released on May 3, 2021 by the Washington State Gambling Commission.) OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Washington State Gambling Commission has reached a tentative agreement with the Suquamish Tribe to amend its Class III gaming compact to add sports wagering. The Tribe operates its Class III gaming facility located on the Kitsap Peninsula […]
To determine if you are eligible for Suquamish Tribe’s “All in WA” pandemic assistance program, please answer the following questions: Are you an Enrolled Suquamish Tribal Member and at least 18 years old OR are you the head of a household caring for a Suquamish Youth living in your home? Do you reside in any […]
The following op-ed by Suquamish Tribe Chairman Leonard Forsman appeared in the Seattle Times and Kitsap Sun as part of Earth Day 2021. We are approaching an Earth Day like no other, as dangers posed by environmental emergencies have never been clearer. Opportunities to address these multiple crises have never been more available than […]
The Suquamish Tribal Council and Executive Management are seeking highly qualified applicants for our full-time Finance Director position to oversee the financial management of the Suquamish Tribal Government. The Finance Director Responsibilities: Works closely with the Suquamish Tribal Council, and Executive Director to develop strategies for short and long-term financial planning, and the development of […]
The Suquamish Tribal Council is saddened to announce the loss of our treasured Tribal Elder Nancy McPherson. She died from injuries sustained in a tragic accident when she and her husband Donald were hit by a vehicle while the couple were on their daily walk in Suquamish on April 6. The accident occurred as they […]
The Suquamish Tribe voted on March 21 to fill five Tribal Council positions up for election this year at the Tribe’s annual General Council gathering. The Council members re-elected are: Chairman: Leonard Forsman Position 1 Rich Purser Position 2 Sammy Mabe Position 3 Luther (Jay) Mills Jr. The new member on the Council is Windy […]
SUQUAMISH, WA — The Suquamish Tribe will soon begin vaccinating essential staff and teachers at North Kitsap public schools under an agreement announced today. Teachers and other staff will begin receiving the vaccinations on March 10th at the drive-thru clinic the Tribe set up in early January to vaccinate Tribal Elders and families, and […]
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Dear Tribal members, This poll is to guide Tribal leaders in preparing for a successful General Council meeting. This is not a substitute for voting. The results of question 1 will be used to guide Tribal attorneys in drafting a resolution for a General Council vote. Other questions are to guide preparations.