Effective immediately, Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Tribal Council has reinstituted a Tribal Government Closure to the general public thru January 29, 2021 with the exception of Essential Personnel and Services.
YDSP offices expected to resume normal operations on Monday, February 1, 2021 although you are asked to monitor your email and the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo website www.ysletadelsurpueblo.org for updates.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LISTING OF TRIBAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS THAT WILL BE OPERATING ON A LIMITED BASIS. WE STRONGLY REQUEST THAT COMMUNITY MEMBERS INQUIRING ABOUT SERVICES PLEASE CALL AND/OR EMAIL AHEAD OF TIME ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL AND SERVICES
Department of Public Safety Communications 915-860-9653
Tribal Fire Department 915-858-1197
Tribal Police 915-860-7155
Health Clinic by appointment only Phone 915-858-1076
Behavioral Health by appointment only Phone 915-860-6170
DEPARTMENTS Tribal Administration Call 915-859-7913
Finance Related questions please email [email protected]
Tribal Council Call 915-859-8053 or email [email protected]
Department of Economic Development Call 915-859-8151
Native Pathways All services offered virtually, Appointments available Monday and Wednesday 9 am 4pm for Briana Silvas and Tuesday Thursday 9 am 4 pm for Ruben Carrillo.
Department of Tribal Court and Records Call 915-860-7449 or email Tribal Court [email protected],
Tribal Records [email protected]
Department of Tribal Empowerment Call 915-872-8648 or [email protected]
Cultural Center Call 915-859-7700 or email [email protected]
The Ysleta del Sur Pueblo ("the Pueblo") is a U.S. federally recognized Native American tribe and sovereign nation. The Tribal community known as "Tigua" established Ysleta del Sur in 1682. After leaving the homelands of Quarai Pueblo due to drought the Tigua sought refuge at Isleta Pueblo and were later captured by the Spanish during the 1680 Pueblo Revolt and forced to walk south for over 400 miles.
The Tigua settled and built the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo and soon after built the acequia (canal) system that sustained a thriving agricultural-based community. The Tribe's early economic and farming efforts helped pave the way for the development of the region.
Tribal enrollment is 4,000+ citizens.