2017/2018 Fall Winter Umatilla Salmon and Steelhead Fisheries

Pursuant to Chapter 2 of the Fish and Wildlife Code of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) has the authority to establish emergency regulations for Umatilla Ceremonial, Subsistence, and Commercial fisheries.  Pursuant to that authority, the Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted the following regulations, dated 8-30-2017.

2017 Zone 6 & Hanford Commercial & Subsistence Annual Regulations

Pursuant to Chapter 2 of the Fish and Wildlife Code of the CTUIR, the Fish and Wildlife Commission has the authority to establish regulations for Umatilla Ceremonial, Subsistence and Commercial fisheries.  Pursuant to that authority, the Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted the attached regulations dated 01-05-2017.

Election Commission

The Election Commission of the Confederated Tribes is hereby authorized to be established for the purposes of conducting and supervising all Tribal elections, regular or special, in accordance with the mandates of this Code, resolving election disputes as provided in this Code, promulgating such additional regulations as may be necessary from time to time and providing information and education to members of the Confederated Tribes about the Tribal election process. 

Election Commission Members: 

Andrea Hall, Chair

Election Code

The purpose of this Code is to define procedures that will produce a Tribal election process that is fair, efficient and maximizes Tribal member participation in Tribal elections.

General Assistance Application

 

General Assistance provides finance assistance which meets the essential needs to thos who are eligible.  This consists of shelter, food, clothing, utilities, referral services, vocation rehabilitation, workforce development, disability services and certain medical requests.

Please fill out the application and call 541.429.7300 for an appointment. 

Loan Application for CTUIR Credit Program

The Credit Program continues to be a unique and essential financial resource for meeting the credit needs of many tribal members.  The Board of Trustees has established the Credit Program to provide a supplemental source of credit to tribal members in need of a loan for personal, educational or emergency purposes and to provide loans to tribal members that are secured by collateral to ensure loan repayment so that the Credit Fund contains sufficient resources to permit the Credit Program to provide loans to future generations of tribal members.