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Suquamish government tightens COVID precautions

With COVID-19 rates increasing within our workplace, across the Reservation, and throughout the region, we are updating the Tribal Government’s requirements for staff and guests. The following changes will go into effect beginning Tuesday June 21: Physical Distancing – A minimum three-foot separation from others is now required inside all Government-owned facilities. Masks – The […]

Suquamish Tribal Council’s statement on Resumption of Government-to-Government Relations with the City of Poulsbo

Two and a half years ago, the Suquamish Tribe suspended our close relationship with the City of Poulsbo. Our decision came some months after the police shooting death of Stonechild Chiefstick and follow-on events that left our community reeling. We are pleased to announce we are taking the first steps towards normalizing relations with the […]

BIA Secretarial Election Results

Amending the Suquamish Tribe’s Constitution to Remove the Secretary of Interior and BIA Oversight RESULTS Posted on April 8, 2022   The Secretarial Election Board, whose members include Puget Sound BIA Superintendent Janine Van Dusen and Suquamish Tribal Members Martha George-Sachava and Charlene Renquist certify that the results of the election are to adopt the proposed […]

Suquamish Tribe Honors Black History Month

  Proclamation for Black History Month Suquamish Tribal Council February 2022   The Suquamish Tribe joins President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, other government leaders, and millions of others across the United States in celebrating Black History Month 2022. We acknowledge the African heritage that exists in our Tribe and recognize Julia Jacobs, a […]

Tribe Strengthens COVID-19 Quarantine & Isolation Guidelines

NEW COVID-19 Quarantine & Isolation Guidelines Effective, 12/23/21 The Suquamish Tribe has updated COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation guidelines in light of recent updates to CDC criteria, increased local positivity rates, and the rapid spread of the Omicron variant. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have tested positive, please contact your health care provider. […]

Kraken Tickets Raffle — Enter Here

The Seattle Kraken is giving the Suquamish Tribe 10 upper bowl tickets to Indigenous Peoples Night at the Kraken game on Dec. 6, 2021, at 7pm. Enter to win a pair of tickets below. We’ll choose the five Tribal members whose numbers come closest to a pre-selected random number to each receive two tickets. One […]