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Open to Parents/Legal Guardians of Enrolled Quechan Tribal Members only (3–18 year olds).
The 2020 School Covid-19 Readiness Program has been developed to assist school age children (Headstart–12th Grade) during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
This assistance is to purchase items to prepare the Student for Distance Learning online or those attending school on campus. Items such as; Education supplies, Electronic Items, Cleaning Supplies, Food for Student, Utilities, personal hygiene and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
“For every Native living on a Reservation not counted, it's approximately $3,000 that their Tribal Community loses out on. That's per year, so over a ten year period it's approximately $30,000” Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, Bill Anoatubby
On Saturday, September 12 and Monday – Friday, September 14-18 ,2020 U.S. CENSUS BUREAU CENSUS TAKERS WILL BE GOING DOOR TO DOOR IN THE SUBDIVISIONS AND THE SCATTERED SITE HOMES to conduct CENSUS OPERATIONS which include interviewing ONE MEMBER OF THE HOUSEHOLD, validating CENSUS information for Self-Response, or completing incomplete Census.
PLEASE KEEP A LOOKOUT FOR THEM AND THE TRIBAL CENSUS ESCORTS.
PLEASE KEEP ALL ANIMALS SECURED!
Thank you, Quechan Count Team
The Environmental Protection Office will be extending old appliance and tire roadside pick up, Ending October 9th, 2020.
In order to get your items picked up, please call and make an appointment with the Quechan Environmental Protection Office at (760) 572-2969 or (928) 920-3996. Once you’ve made an appointment and on the list, please place old appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators, TV’s) and tires out near road during these dates above. Please have refrigerators and freezers emptied and cleaned prior.
Any items after 1:00 pm September 11th, 2020, will not be picked up and will be your responsibility!