How can I get an application for housing? You may stop by the Housing Department located at 12 Wabanaki Way on Indian Island. You may also contact us at 817-7370 to have one mailed to you. Also you may download it HERE. If you were a former tenant and left . . .
The primary purpose of the Housing Department is to house members of the Penobscot Nation in safe, affordable, and descent housing. To help support you in successfully retaining housing once you receive it, and to assist you to become self-sufficient, the Housing Department offers a program called ROSS. ROSS stands . . .
What is a Work Order? The Housing Department utilizes a Work Order to track the status and progress of the work that is requested. Upon hearing about a problem or repair need a Work Order is established that lists the essential information, including: the address, person, and a description of . . .
To support transparency and informed decision-making regarding vaccination, the Penobscot Nation Health Dept. will be releasing information about the new COVID-19 vaccines as it is received. Please feel free to reach out to the Health Department at (207) 817-7400 with any questions or concerns about COVID-19 vaccination or the posted . . .
Due to a substantial recent increase in COVID-19 vaccines for the Penobscot Community, the Health Department is announcing OPEN ADULT VACCINATION for any 18 and older member of a Federally recognized AI/AN tribe OR a non-native member of an eligible native household. If you have questions or to schedule, please . . .
JOB SUMMARY:The Agriculture Program Manager is responsible for the overall management and development of thePenobscot Nation food security initiative. This includes overseeing the operation of the Peoples Gardenhoophouse area on Indian Island, and the planning for the expansion of tribal gardens to other tribal lands
A gathering of two communities to honor our people in recovery. The Penobscot Nation and Mic Mac communities welcome you to join in this zoom gathering on Earth Day to celebrate life and to share our thoughts on the topic, All My Relations. THURSDAY APRIL 22 6 – 7:30 PM . . .
Dear Tribal Citizen, Due to a substantial recent increase in COVID-19 vaccines for the Penobscot Community, the Health Department is announcing OPEN ADULT VACCINATION for any 18 and older member of a Federally recognized AI/AN tribe OR a non-native member of an eligible native household. Postcards will be mailed next . . .