On July 15, 2014, the Tribal Council broke ground for the TIGER III Project in front of the Lucky 7 Casino’s Fuel Mart.
The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) III funding will improve highway safety through Smith River.
“We want to make it more livable and walkable for everyone so that pedestrians and bicyclists are sharing the road in a safe and visible way,” Smith River Rancheria Tribal Council
The Smith River Tribal Council broke ground on a $3 million dollar safety corridor project that will allow for safer travel for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists along a 4.1 mile stretch of Highway 101 from the town of Smith River to the turnoff to North Indian Road. Read more
Tribal Delegation Travels to Canada for Marine Planning and Stewardship Learning Exchange
Project team members and tribal leaders had the unique opportunity to conduct a learning exchange with the Nanwokolas Council in their home in Campbell River, and the Guardian Watchmen Program of the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw First Nation at Port Hardy, British Columbia on northern Vancouver Island June 24-27, 2014.
The Tribe was awarded a grant in 2012 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to build capacity of West Coast Tribes to coordinate and engage in Ocean Regional Governance and Coastal Marine Spatial Planning. Through this project we have brought coastal tribes together from California, Oregon and Washington to provide a platform to discuss the best ways for tribes to approach Marine Planning. Read more
The Community and Family Services Department has openings for the Child Care Assistance Program.
We are accepting applications for children in Del Norte and Curry County. Parent/Guardian must be working or attending a higher education program.
Income limits apply.
Contact Leann Babcock McCallum at 707-487-3261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration form can be downloaded >>here