Shoshone-Paiute Tribal Headquarters
1008 Idaho State Highway 51, Owyhee County, ID 83604
Temporary Parking Layout for
the Tribal Headquarters Offices
The site work on the project is scheduled to be complete near the end of October/first part of September so watch for the notification of the Grand Opening and/or Building Dedication announcements. A little more patience and you'll have a great facility for everyone to be proud of that represents all of the Shoshone Paiute people!
We have some temporary parking and fencing being installed that will change the access to the Tribal Headquarters that will be in effect beginning next Tuesday, September 1, 2015.
Access to the TEPP and Admin modulars will occur via a temporary road at the State Line turn out (marked with small square on the attached map with a 6 in it). Proceed to the temporary parking indicated that will be fenced. The access path is indicated on the attached map.
- Take note the modulars will be moved to their new location beginning Thursday (8/27) at noon so they will be closed for business from Thursday at noon until Tuesday (9/1) when regular business hours resume.
- We will not have access ramps, only steps, into the units for a short time.
Access to the Council and Finance modulars will be at the existing road to the Brown Barn (marked with small square on the attached map with a 2 in it). Signs will be placed along the route to guide you to the temporary parking which will also be fenced. The access path is also indicated on the attached map.
- The H/C accessible parking will be at the west end of these modulars (noted with a small square on the attached map with a 1 in it). Please do not park in this area unless you have special needs and must park close to the building. The access path is noted and will be compacted gravel until we get moved into the new building.
- The site will have some fencing to keep foot traffic away from the machinery that is busy placing utilities and will soon be placing concrete and paving. Please do not walk out on the site for any reason without obtaining clearance from the Construction Manager or the Projects office; its just a matter of safety.
We very much appreciate your patience. We know this process will be inconvenient but the completion date is in sight!
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Where is Duck Valley?
The Duck Valley Indian Reservation is situated in a beautiful, green valley on the Nevada and Idaho border. Established by Executive order on April 16, 1877, the site for this reservation was selected by Captain Sam, a Shoshone leader who felt that the plentiful wild game, anadromous fish, wild berries, abundant water and the fertile valley soil held a promising future for our people. In 1886 and again in 1910 additional land was annexed...