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April 3, 2020
The Colorado River Indian Tribes are committed to combatting the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on the Colorado River Indian Reservation. Extensive efforts have been made in attempt to slow the spread of this rapidly growng disease. The Tribal Council has diligently contemplated all enacted actions and continues to develop future protocol in an attempt to restrict access to our community from recreational visitors and impose action necessary to keep people in their homes. Below are links to CRIT's Stay at Home Order and those issued by nearby states. We urge you to please follow the respective orders and stay at home except for the essential needs as described in the orders. We must all do our parts to slow the spread of this disease. Thank You and Be safe.
April 2, 2020
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January 27, 2020
Get Involved with your Tribal Government by
Serving on a Board or Committee
A great way to take part of our tribal community is to serve on a board or committee. The Colorado River Indian Tribes wishes to thank you for taking that initial step forward to participate in our local tribal governance by serving as a Board or Committee member. The Tribal Boards and Committees serve as an advisory or regulatory group that set standards, make decisions regarding policies, and provide guidance to programs under the Tribal government. As a volunteer your time, knowledge and leadership skills can make a difference in a significant and meaningful way.
Congratulations to Audriana Mitchell 2019-2020 Miss Indian Arizona
Photo courtesy of Miss Indian Arizona Association
CRIT Royalty 2019-2020, L-R, Marilyn Lomayesva, Junior Miss; Nokomis Stone, Miss CRIT; Winter Harper, Little Miss
Photo courtesy of CRIT Royalty Pageant
2019 Tribal Member Distribution
October 16, 2019
August 22, 2019
CRIT Chairman Dennis Patch comments on the System Conservation Agreement with the State of Arizona
August 16, 2019
August 7, 2019
(PHOENIX) The Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) has been recognized by the Central Arizona Project for signing the System Conservation Agreement with the State of Arizona and its crucial role in drought relief. This took place during the August first Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAP) regular meeting in Phoenix.
(PARKER, AZ.) Today, the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) announced they will receive a $250,000 federal grant from the Department of the Interior. This award was made possible only after the tribe, Arizona Senator Martha McSally, and Rep. Raul Grijalva championed a fix to federal law permit tribes to accept WaterSMART grants and protect their tribal water rights for future development. Previously tribes were required to relinquish the conserved part of their water rights when accepting federal funding.
Venomous Snake Training & Handling Course
July 15, 2019
The Fish and Game Department is has posted a course on venomous snakes. For more information follow the link above.
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) 2019
CRIT ENROLLMENT OFFICE
Notice to Update Addresses to All CRIT Tribal Members:
CRIT Tribal members please contact the CRIT Enrollment office to update your mailing addresses as soon as possible. If you have any questions you may direct them to their staff at (928) 669-1240, 1241 or 1304.
CRIT HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICE
The CRIT Multi-Hazard Mitigation DRAFT Plan Flyer to the Public
CRIT Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update December 2018
Region IX Tribal Hazard Mitigation Plan Review Tool