Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe

Public Health Order Remain Strong, Resilient and Return to Phase 1

Public Health Order Remain Strong, Resilient and Return to Phase 1 in Response to the Rising Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 RESOLUTION No. 161-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of […]

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Public Health Order Stay Home, Stay Healthy and Reopen Safely

Public Health Order Stay Home, Stay Healthy and Reopen Safely in Response to the Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 RESOLUTION 95-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of January 26, 1855, […]

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Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s Phased Approach

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s Phased Approach The Tribe has established the below COVID-19 phased approach to opening government offices and modifying physical distancing measures. The Tribe will work concurrently with Clallam County phased approach to ensure the health of the community remains protected and may adjust the below plan as necessary.   Phase 1 Phase […]

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Public Health Order Reopen and Stay Healthy

Public Health Order Reopen and Stay Healthy in Response to the Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Resolution No. 64-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of January 26, 1855, its Constitution […]

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Stay Home-Stay Healthy Extended Thru June 15th

Stay Home-Stay Healthy Order Extended in Response to the Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Resolution No. 61-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of January 26, 1855, its Constitution and By-laws, […]

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LEKT Member Contact Sheet & Info

5/21/2020 The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe has been awarded funding under section 601 (a) of the Social Security Act, as added by section 5001 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). On May 20, 2020, the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribal Council approved an economic support program under the Tribe’s General Welfare […]

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Stay Home-Stay Healthy Order Extended Thru June 1st

Stay Home-Stay Healthy Order Extended in Response to the Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Resolution No. 54-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of January 26, 1855, its Constitution and By-laws, […]

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Elwha COVID-19 Testing Survey

The Lower Elwha Health Clinic is interested in learning more about the community’s involvement with COVID testing. We have created a short anonymous online survey to help gather your input. This survey is 5-8 questions long (depending on what your answers are) and takes approximately 2 minutes to complete. The information we learn for this […]

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Stay Home-Stay Healthy Order Extended Until May 18th

Stay Home—Stay Healthy Order Extended in Response to the Threat of Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Resolution No. 52-20 WHEREAS, the Lower Elwha Tribal Community, also known as the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (“the Tribe”), is a federally recognized, self-governing Indian tribe in accordance with the Treaty of Point-No-Point of January 26, 1855, its Constitution and By-laws, […]

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