Administration Toll Free: (800) 335-7978
Phone: (775) 827-9670
Fax: (775) 827-9678
The Administration Office of the Summit Lake Paiute Tribe
located at 2255 Green Vista Dr. Ste. 402 in Sparks, Nevada 89431-7599
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday,
8:00am-12pm & 1:00pm-5:00pm - Closed Holidays
Contact Us with your Questions, Concerns, and Change of Address.
The Summit Lake Reservation is the most remote Indian reservation in Nevada. Located in the upper left hand corner of Nevada, the Reservation is 50 miles south of the Oregon border and 70 miles east of the California border.
Our Mission is to Promote Conservation, with Protection and Enhancement of Tribal Natural Resources.
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Summit Lake Paiute Tribe
We have moved to: 2255 Green Vista Dr. Suite 402, Sparks, NV 89431
Our Admin Office is open!! We will be wearing masks, disinfecting, and social distancing.
Summit Lake Admin Office is looking for a few members 14-100 years old who are looking for a temporary position scanning documents. See the Job Announcement e
COUNCIL ELECTION 2021 RESULTS:
Bonnie Barlese 6
William Cowan 7
Nedra Crane 28
Steven Crane 27
Philip Frank 26
Randi Lone Eagle 30
Eugene Mace Sr. 29
CONGRATULATIONS 2021 COUNCIL!
Food Pantry is open. Stop by to see what's new!
Masks, Face Shields and Ear Savers are available
**Please notify us if you need PPE delivered or mailed**
What is Coronavirus?
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Please click HERE for Coronavirus Resources available compiled by the office of Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto.
Please click HERE for Coronavirus Resources and Information compiled by United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra.
Free Meals Available For ALL Students
From Washoe County Health District
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All of the Tribe's departments have one goal: to protect the Reservation's resources. The Natural Resource Department is quite active with a wide array of programs funded through various Federal agencies. All Departments assert the Tribe's sovereignty in protecting the environment, natural resources, and public health of the Summit Lake Indian Reservation and the Tribe's traditional territory where Tribal members still retain rights to hunt, fish, gather traditional foods, medicine, and conduct spiritual and religious practices.