Press Releases


May 17 – Suquamish Tribe and Port Madison Enterprises donate $50,000 to Bremerton Salvation Army


Dec 21 – Suquamish Tribe donates to Kitsap Nonprofits


Dec 16 – Suquamish Tribe’s 2022 charitable approaches $1 million

Dec 2 – Suquamish Tribe applauds new White House plans to bolster collaboration with Tribes

Sept 27 – King County Unanimously Approves Settlement with Suquamish Tribe over Sewage Spill Dispute

July 24 – Suquamish Tribal Council  Calls for Protection of Women’s Health Care

June 10 – Suquamish Tribe hosts Seattle Mayor

Mar 21 – Suquamish Tribe Elects Leaders to Tribal Council

Mar 11 – American Rescue Plan’s Historic Investment in Indian Country Is Funding Housing for Suquamish Tribal Members



Nov 3 – Suquamish Tribe set to open new ‘Healing House’ Health Clinic

July 29 –Suquamish Tribe’s Treaty Fishing Rights Protected at Proposed Point No Point Boat Ramp

May 13 – Port Gamble S’Klallam and Suquamish Tribe Host Youth Vaccination Clinic May 17

April 22 – Op-Ed: Chief Seattle stood up for the survival of the Salish Sea, what will we do for future generations?

March 3 – Suquamish Tribe to Vaccinate North Kitsap School District Staff and Teachers


July 22 – Suquamish Tribe files notice of intent to sue King County for ongoing sewage spills

Feb 11 – Suquamish Tribe Chairman calls on U.S. Congress to adopt Native voting rights modeled on Washington State

Jan 29 – Suquamish Tribe, Environmental Groups, and State of Washington Reach Settlement with U.S. Navy


Aug 9 – Suquamish Tribe dedicates new dive boat

June 11 – Suquamish Tribe files intent to sue U.S. Navy for repeated sewage spills

June 5 – Suquamish Tribe hosts seafood bake

April 9 – Suquamish Tribe gears up to prosecute non-Native domestic violence offenders

March 17 – Suquamish Tribe elects returning leaders to Tribal Council

March 6 – Suquamish Tribe calls for action after latest toxic spill