For the health, safety, and well-being of our customers, employees, and community, we are temporarily closing our doors effective Thursday, November 19. We expect to reopen on Monday, November 30, 2020. All 24/7 services will continue normal operations including The Healing Lodge, Tulalip Police Department, Retirement Home, TANF, and Homeless Shelter.
Limited Services include CDAC, Finance, Housing, Media and Marketing, the Health Clinic (for acute care, telemedicine, and Covid testing), Public Works, and Tribal Court.
Staff will be on call for beda chelh, Legacy of Healing/Child Advocacy Center, Custodial, and Funeral Services.

We are Tulalip

Tulalip tribal members

We are the Tulalip (pronounced Tuh’-lay-lup) Tribes, direct descendants of and the successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott. As signatories, we agreed to cede title to our ancestral lands which expanded to the top of the Cascade Mountains, north to Vancouver Island and south to Oregon. In return, the treaty reserved the Tulalip Indian Reservation as our permanent homeland over which we have retained inherent sovereign jurisdiction.

Our status as a sovereign government maintains our right to self-govern as a “nation within a nation.” This includes the inherent right as a government to raise revenue for our community. Of our services, 92% are funded from within. This includes tribal member entitlements, family and senior housing, education, health, dental and mental health services, law enforcement, fire protection, infrastructure improvements and economic growth. Our tribal population is over 4,900 and growing, with 2,700 members residing on the 22,000 acre Tulalip Indian Reservation. We are located north of Everett and the Snohomish River and west of Marysville, Washington.

For more information, please explore our website and read the Tulalip Visitors Guide.
To view the Tulalip Tribes timeline, please open the PDF link below: