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Building Closed on 11/25 & 11/26

The Tribal Building and FourPoints Health Clinics will be closed on Thursday November 25th, 2021 and Friday November 26th, 2021 in observance of the federal holiday.

Normal business hours will resume Monday November 29th, 2021.

Mark your calendars!

The Restoration Gathering Committee will hold their second fundraiser at the Shivwits Band Building on December 11th, 2021 at 4:30pm. We will be having an Italian Food and Bingo Night!

Pasta plates will be available for $5 per plate. Plates include pasta of your choice, garlic bread, and salad. The Handgame Committee will also be hosting a raffle!

Please remember all proceeds go to the 2022 Annual PITU Pow Wow. Join us for this fun event!

For questions, please call Eric Pikayvit at 435.238.3021.

COVID-19 Data Report

The discovery of a new COVID-19 variant by South African health authorities reminds us to practice caution and to stay vigilant during these times.

As a reminder, all FourPoints Health clinics are offering COVID-19 vaccines and testing.

To read this week’s COVID-19 Data Report, click here.


As a reminder, we are now accepting applications for the Low Income Home Energy and Water Assistance Program.

We made various improvements this year including: moving all applications online which allows for faster approval processes, all members of the Family Services team can help with applications or questions, increased assistance amounts, and we are now offering additional assistance for those who pay their own water/sewer bills.

Apply today!

Fall Newsletter Now Available!

Can you believe that there are only 11 days left in the 11th month of this year!? Time is rapidly passing and we want to ensure PITU updates continue. The 2021 Fall Newsletter is now available online!

Click here to read the 2021 Fall Newsletter.

Restoration Gathering Planning Meeting

The Virtual Restoration Gathering Planning Meeting will be held on December 2nd, 2021 at 4:30 pm. All are invited to attend and participate.

Click here to join.

Native American Heritage Month

In the 2021 Proclamation on National Native American Heritage Month, The White House said, “The United States of America was founded on an idea:  that all of us are created equal and deserve equal treatment. Throughout our history we have fallen short many times. Despite a painful history marked by unjust Federal policies of assimilation and termination, American Indian and Alaska Native peoples have persevered.”

The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah has proved that no matter what it faces, the Tribe will be stronger. Shane Parashonts, Tribal Administrator of The Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah, wrote “the History of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah is unique and demonstrates the Tribe’s resiliency and determination to do what is best for its people. The Tribe has faced numerous obstacles and setbacks but is resolute to strengthen its sovereignty and its ability to self-govern and strengthen its capacity to perpetuate its culture, traditions, history and values for the generations to come. The Tribe is not content to merely survive, it is our goal to thrive, and control our future and destiny.”

Thank you for celebrating Native American Heritage Month with us! We are proud to be PITU.