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House Bill was passed and allowed the AZ Department of Transportation to de seven different veteran special plates one plate shall contain a Native American Code Talker seal. .

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The Quechan Council would like to pass on these help tips and information regarding the Covid virus. Due to a confirmed case in our community the Quechan Tribe will cancel full traditional funeral rites. Funerals may take place under the Big House Ramada up to an hour before cremation.

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The Tribal Council recognizes the severity of this public health emergency and is concerned about the welfare of our tribal members. We are committed to the continued response to this unprecedented pandemic. Due to this recent development, it is with the upmost urgency that the Tribal Council mandates a Public Health Emergency "Stay at Home Order" requiring all residents of the Quechan Indian Tribe to remain home and minimize contact to prevent the further spread of the COVID coronavirus.

We ask for you to only travel for essential items, medications and limit interactions with each other.

There are people still being out in public and putting each other at risk. As more people go out in public, the greater the risk is for a massive health crisis for our community.

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We urge our tribal members to stay home to protect themselves and others, which will help our health care providers and our front line responders to take care of those who need urgent medical attention. We ask that you consider the health of our elders, and those at high-risk. We must do our best to remember COVID is extremely dangerous for our elders, over 60, those with pre-existing medical conditions. The Tribal Council commits to continue the work on necessary protocol for business to maintain operations as this crisis continues.

We must all do our parts to slow the spread of this rapidly growing virus.

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At this time, those we require adherence to this temporary provision and restrictions that are set in place at this time, such as staying at home and only leaving for essential needs and continue to practice social distance and hygiene recommendations from CDC. In response to the COVID pandemic and growing disruptions to the daily lives of is customers, Imperial Irrigation District announces that it is temporarily suspending all electric service disconnections due to non-payment for residential and commercial customers until further notice.

Quechan Membership: The Quechan Tribal Council, with growing concern for the health and safety of our Tribal membership, guests, employees and the surrounding communities of Yuma and Imperial Counties we have made a decision to cease casino operations and reduce certain tribal programs and facilities in support of the nationwide effort to reduce the spread of COVID The Quechan Utility Company holds no higher priority than the protection of our community's health and safety by the diligent operation and maintenance of the Quechan Tribe's dating a native Yuma woman water system.

Per the US Environmental Protection Agency's regulations for public water systems, our trained and certified operators carefully test each month the water produced by our two wells. The test confirm that our water is safe to drink and to use for cooking, washing, and so on. The novel coronavirus COVID has not been detected in drinking water supplies, and based on current scientific evidence, the risk to water supplies is low. Inwith funding and technical assistance from the Indian Health Service, the Tribe successfully developed a new well and completely refurbished an existing well.

While our water is safe to drink, as confirmed by monthly test and our Annual Reports, we acknowledge that it is also "hard", which affects quality but not safety. To address this and enhance the appeal and usefulness of our water, the Tribe is currently using grant funding to develop a drinking water treatment facility that will both disinfect and reduce the hardness of our water, with completion anticipated by late In the meantime, you can be confident that our water system is safe for use by you and your family and friends.

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Please contact Jeremy Douglas, Quechan Public Works Director, at officecellor Publicworksdirector quechantribe. Do I need to boil my drinking water? Is tap water safe to use for hand washing? EPA recommends that Americans continue to use and drink tap water as usual. According to the CDC.

EPA recommends that citizens continue to use and drink tap water as usual.

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At this time, there are no indications that COVID is in the drinking water supply or will affect the reliable supply of water. WHO has indicated that "there is no evidence to date that COVID virus has been transmitted via sewerage systems, with or without wastewater treatment. While decentralized wastewater treatment i.

Additionally, when properly installed, a septic system is located at a distance and location deed to avoid impacting a water supply well.

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For questions or concerns or more info please contact the Quechan Utility Company below. Office: Director: : publicworksdirector quechantribe. One of the most important ways to do this is to look at what can be done before patient and visitor arrival, upon arrival, and throughout the visit.

It is particularly important to protect individuals at increased risk, which includes many of our patients with chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure, as well those over age You may have seen our Public Health tent outside the front entrance of the clinic. All Employees will be working from home and are available via phone, and if necessary, by appointment during normal business hours of to Please see contact list below and emergency calls may be directed to the Superintendent after hours. All San Pasqual students and children in the community ages 0 through 18 from am to pm, Monday through Friday.

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Latest News May. Code Talker Seal De Competition. Maintain Your Space. Public Notice. Covid Drive-Thru Testing Available. Covid19 Tips. Positive Behavior Support Corporation. Funeral Announcement. Community Events Announcement.

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Urgent Notice. Covid Prevention.

Quechan Tribe's Drinking Water System. Grab 'N Go Meals. Upcoming Events Aug 2. Fort Yuma Quechan Tribe P. Box Yuma, Arizona Phone: Fax: