Chief's Message

  • Chiefs Message
    I hope this letter finds you and your families well.  We are excited for some return to normalcy as we are set to hold our first community day events in two years on Friday and Saturday of this week.  First, I want to thank everyone involved in planning and coordinating these activities.  Also, please note that there is a heat advisory warning for this weekend, and we will be offering ways for people to safely participat …

Secretary Deb Haaland (Department of Interior)

Speaks to Penobscot Citizens on the importance of Vaccinations in her visit to the Penobscot Nation

Community News

Tribal Council Meeting 12.6.22

December 6th, 2022 Council meeting will be held at the Nick Sap conference room at 4pm. This will be a in person meeting only, with public online viewing restarting back …

MONTHLY MEETING AGENDA

PENOBSCOT NATION TRIBAL COUNCILMONTHLY MEETING AGENDATUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2022 at 4:00 P.M.COUNCIL CHAMBERS, NICHOLAS SAPIEL BUILDING A. ADMINISTRATION: 1-Welcome & Opening moment of silence 2-Reading of Oath and Review of …

Upcoming Holidays

With the exception of Public Safety, the Tribal Offices will be closed on the following dates: December 22nd ½ day, 23rd and the 26th in observance of Christmas and January 2nd …

The Penobscot Nation Health Dept.

The Penobscot Nation Health Dept. Pharmacy will be closed Friday, December 2 due to emergent circumstances.  Pharmacy availability for next week (12/5/22 – 12/9/22) is uncertain at this time. An …

Wabanaki Confederacy Fundraiser

Kkʷey, the CHP office has t shirts for sale. All proceeds go to the Wabanaki Confederacy fund. Colors available are Red, Black, Gray, White and Yellow. Limited colors and sizes …

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

FFY 2023-2025CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT FUND PLAN Penobscot Nation Department of Social Services and the Penobscot Indian Children’s Center are seeking comments on the provision of child care services as …