WATER FOR IN-HOME USE
Tsaile Chapter has a water point on grounds that allow for residents with no water to have access to clean water. Open during business hours, having access to clean water is easier than ever at Tsaile/Wheatfields/Blackrock chapter.
SAFE CHAPTER WATER POINT USE & RESTRICTIONS
1. PRACTICE PHYSICAL DISTANCE by getting water when fewer people are around. Do not gather in groups.
2. REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE until your turn to fill your water container.
3. COVER YOUR MOUTH AND NOSE with a face clothe if you need to get out of your vehicle.
4. STAY AT LEAST 6 FEET (about 2 arm lengths) from other people.
5. USE DISINFECTANT wipes or spray to clean commonly touched areas such as the watering point handle, spigot, hose, and card reader entry points.
6. HOLD THE HOSE ABOVE the water container while filling. DO NOT put the hose in the container.
7. DISINFECT YOUR HANDS BEFORE AND AFTER USING THE WATERING POINT. (1) wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or (2) use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
ATTENTION: chapter residents with no running water in their house. See a Chapter Representative to get information on the SAFE WATER STORAGE PROGRAM. ONE FREE 5 GALLON WATER STORAGE CONTAINER FOR EACH RESIDENT ON YOUR FIRST VISIT TO THE WATER POINT.
ALSO REQUEST FOR:
A free water disinfection tablet each time you return to this water point with your container to fill up.
ANNOUNCEMENT: NO PARKING DURING BUSINESS HOURS
The Tsaile/Wheatfields/Blackrock Chapter is a public space and a business. Due to this fact, having your vehicle parked in front of the Chapter on the asphalt is prohibited during business hours. For the safety of our elders, who come in for assistance/business. We ask that you stay off the asphalt, if you are planning to park here for an extended time, please be ready for chapter action. Violators will be towed immediately if seen parked for more than a day on the asphalt.
Tsaile/Wheatfeilds/Blackrock Chapter has a trash bin on site. Allows for residents to dump trash. There is NO FREE dumping. Talk to chapter representative about trash fees. (HOUSE HOLD ITEMS ONLY) (NO ASH, LARGE ITEMS, MOTOR FLUIDS, NO CHEMICAL SOLVENTS)
NEW TRASH PRICES
price effective on
March 1, 2021
Please have correct change on hand.
PRINTING AND FAXING
Tsaile/Wheatfeilds/Blackrock Chapter is offering Printing and Faxing on-site. Please talk to A Chapter Representative for more information
Printing=$ 0.21 per page
Faxing=$ 2..12 for both incoming and outcoming faxes.
Job Vacancy Announcement - Accounts Maintenance Specialist Closing date 008/26/22 @ 5:00 p.m.
Required to be submitted with your Navajo Nation Employment Application (09.16.2016 Revised)
- Copy of Certificate of Navajo Indian Blood (CNIB) to receive Navajo Preference.
- Copy of HS Diploma / GED Certificate ~ OR ~
- Copies of transcripts and degree(s) to receive credit for education (unofficial is acceptable)
- Copy of Certifications (Licensures, First Aid, CPR, etc.)
- Copy of Valid State Driver License/ID.
Promote effective communication through Ke’ and respectfully preserving the unique natural resources of the community to attain a global business environment.
Through Nitsa’hakees (Thinking), Nahata’ (Planning), Iina (Life) and Siihasin (Values) the Tsaile/Wheatfields Chapter will foster self-sufficiency, sustainability, accountability and improve the quality of life for community members through economic and community development.
The Tsaile/Wheatfields Chapter conducts monthly meetings to keep residents informed; residents have a forum to express their opinions to their Navajo Nation Council Delegate or to decide on matters concerning their communities. The chapter is home to the main campus of Dine’ College. As noted above, Dine’ College is the largest employer in the area. Dine’ College has 7 extension branches at each of the Navajo Nation growth centers.
Along with the 7 extension branches, Dine’ College has provided education for students on an average of 3,950 students over a ten-year period from 1984 to 1993. The average was 4,807 over the last three years of that period; or an equivalent to 2,940 full-time enrolled students; 90% are Native American, with nearly all being Navajo. The Tsaile campus offers a great outlet educational, recreational, and entertainment of events for the Navajo people and the surrounding communities. Several special events are sponsored on campus, including seminars and conferences, music festivals, plays, concerts, sport tournaments, etc.
Devon Begay, President
Stanley Kedelty, Vice-President
Marinda DeChee, Secretary/Treasurer
Darice Newman CSC
Charmaine Tracey, CHR
TSAILE SENIOR CENTER STAFF
Norman Begay, Supervisor
Virginia Harvey, Cook
Rosetta Anagal, Driver
Willis Becenti, Commander
David Tsosie, Vice-Commander
Angela Brown, Secretary/Treasurer
Irving Chee, Member
WATER USERS ASSOCIATION
Weston Carrol, President
Sadie Neztsosie, Vice President
Anelda Kedelty, Secretary/Treasurer
Amelda Benally, Member
Ophelia Begay, Member