Nestled between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, the Pueblo of San Felipe consists of approximately 3,700 enrolled tribal members and approximately 68,000 acres.
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Located at the foot of the Black Mesa, in the middle Rio Grande valley of New Mexico, is Katishtya, the Pueblo of San Felipe, a federally recognized Native American Tribe. From time immemorial we have resided in areas known today to be Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and beyond, and have been at or near our current location for many hundreds of years.
San Felipe Pueblo is between New Mexico's capitol city of Santa Fe, and Albuquerque, its largest city. The Pueblo of San Felipe consists of approximately 3,700 enrolled tribal members and approximately 68,000 acres.
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Order decalring the expanded scope of prior public health emergency orders and providing for the enforcement of such orders...
Due to the Corona virus pandemic that is unfolding throughout the world and locally, the Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court in keeping with the spirit of protection of health for its court users, staff, judgets and general public hereby orders the following measures to take effect immediately...
Working with San Felipe Pueblo is exciting, challenging and secure. If you're interested in working with us, please view our open positions and apply.
Manage the programs, functions, services and activities for the Pharmacy, Dental, School Based Health Clinic, Billing, Clinical.
The Emergency Manager develops, implements and coordinates San Felipe Pueblo emergency management programs.
Position works directly under the supervision of Pueblo's Governor.
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