Important updates for the Bishop Paiute Tribe
Bishop Tribal Council Addresses Illegal Trailers, Travel Trailers & RV's
November 29, 2022: The Bishop Paiute Tribal Council is receiving numerous complaints regarding the number of illegal trailers, travel trailers and RVs parked unlawfully on tribal members’ land assignments. Tribal Council acknowledges this activity is conducted without any concern for the health and safety of neighbors and/or the community as well as violating Tribal Law pursuant to the Rental Minimum Housing Standards Ordinance, Nuisance Ordinance, Trespassing Ordinance, Tribal Environmental Policy Ordinance, Water & Sewer Policy, and the 1962 Land Ordinance.
Tribal Council Comments Burial Assistance
July 19, 2021: The Bishop Paiute Tribal Council has received numerous questions regarding burial assistance. The Bishop Paiute Tribe provides full assistance for the Bishop Paiute Tribal membership for cry dance set-up on the Bishop Paiute Reservation…
Bishop Paiute Tribe Swears-in a Second Tribal Court Judge
After approval to restructure the Tribal Court by the Bishop Paiute Tribal Council, a search was conducted to fill a second judgeship position. On September 15, 2020, Dean T. Stout was sworn in by the Tribal Council to serve as the Chief Judge of the Bishop Paiute Tribal Court.
Monthly Tribal Calendar
TRIBAL OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS DURING STATES OF EMERGENCY
Free COVID-91 Testing for Tribal Communities
Testing to be carried out on the Bishop Paiute Reservation…
Action Response Plan To COVID-19
CDC (CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL) COVID-19 GUIDLINES
WHAT TO DO IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 OR HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19