Brian Golding, Sr
Economic Development Specialist
604 Picacho Road
Winterhaven, CA 92283
PO Box 1899
Yuma, AZ 85364
Why economic development on the Quechan Reservation?
- Plenty of water
- Great transportation system including freeway to and from major metro areas, rail-spur, trucking, and airport.
- Clean air
- Labor base
- Joint venture possibilities
- Tax advantage
- International border
Leasing Opportunities (click on property name to see information):
No opportunities at this time. Please check back occasionally for updates.
Entrepreneurship (click on topic to see information):
SERVICES ON THE RESERVATION
EDA encourages all community members, tribal members, and employees to use our transit services provided by the Yuma County Area Transit (YCAT) system.
You can connect to the Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority website by clicking on the link below:
There you will have access to find Schedules, Fares, Passes, System Maps, Riders Guides, News & Updates, Calendar of Events, and Rider Alerts.
Turquoise Route 10 and Blue Route 5 is funded in part by the Quechan Indian Tribe and Imperial County Transportation Commission (ICTC) and is operated by Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority (YCIPTA).