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.
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Visitors

Our status as a sovereign entity maintains our right to self-govern as a “nation within a nation” and includes the inherent right as a government to raise revenue for our community. These rights are critical as while the U.S. government did pledge by treaty, in exchange for tribal land, to provide funding for education and other social services—that support has been nominal.

In fact, today 92% of our government services, tribal member entitlements, family and senior housing, education, health and dental services, law enforcement, fire protection, infrastructure improvements and economic growth are funded from within.

We support our reservation through careful planning and economic development along the I-5 corridor. The effort began decades ago when tribal leaders sensed that reservation life and structure isolated tribal members from the benefits of the area economy. The Consolidated Borough of Quil Ceda Village, established in 2001 is key to building and sustaining the Tulalip culture and regional economy. Nearly three quarters of the $400 million in annual revenues generated in the Quil Ceda Village economic development zone directly supports the surrounding community, external businesses, charity, and federal, state, and county governments. As part of this support, Quil Ceda Village businesses have stimulated the regional economy by adding more than 5,500 jobs, generating wages that are spent throughout the community.


Information

Main Line:
360-716-4000

Address:
6406 Marine Drive
Tulalip, WA 98271
(Driving Directions)

Toll Free:
1-800-869-8287

Tulalip Tribes Visitor Guide