From The Desk Of The Treasurer

Greetings, I hope everyone is enjoying these crisp fall temperatures and taking time to notice the changing colors of the leaves. This time of year always gets busy, as it seems there are football games, craft fairs and other get-togethers every weekend. Back in August, one of our Steamburg members, Sharon Atwood, stopped by to […]


News From The Clerk’s Office

Please Continue to stay Safe & HealthyThe Clerk’s Office continues to monitor the current pandemic & practice safety measures that protect the Clerk’s Office staff and Community as a whole, please watch for changes. Nya:wëh! CLERK’S OFFICE UPDATE: MASKS ARE REQUIRED UPON ENTRY TO ALL SENECA NATION BUILDINGS The Clerk’s Office on the Cattaraugus Territory […]


Request for Proposals: Seneca Nation Beach – Reminder

The Seneca Nation of Indians is soliciting proposals from qualified individuals or companies to assume management of the Seneca Nation Beach recreational area, with the potential to design, develop, construct and operate proposed Facilities at that site. Interested applicants are invited to submit a letter of interest, statement of qualifications, rate for management services, and […]


Public Notices

Below you’ll find notices for: SNI Judicial Election, RFQ for Seneca Holdings Management Committee, Seneca Nation Disabilities Committee and SINM Museum Board of Trustees . Follow the link provided to view notices in their entirety. SNI Judicial Election – November 2nd: RFQ: Seneca Holdings Management Committee: Public Notice: Seneca Nation Disabilities Committee: […]


Community Healing Walk held on Cattaraugus Territory

By Megan Torres, Reporter. Photos by Seneca Media On September 30th, 600 plus community members gathered to remember and honor residential school survivors and the children who never made it home. AOA along with the Crime Victim Services Department and Child & Family Services organized the walk that took place throughout the grounds of the […]


Sustainability Series: How We Can Help Combat the Climate Crisis

By James Douglas III, Environmental Program Manager Above – Photo credit: US Farmers and Ranchers In Action Indigenous people worldwide have believed in the philosophy of “sustainability” for generations. This way of thinking about preserving the environment for future generations, like the Seventh Generation Principle for Iroquois nations, is gaining momentum in regards to the […]


Climate Change Taskforce Workshops

Schedule of Events 2021 IN RESPONSE to our climate change survey and in an effort to better inform and connect our community on issues arising from the ongoing climate crisis, Seneca Nation departments are teaming up to offer workshops to teach our community members useful and sustainable practices. Join us for one of our FREE […]


Cattaraugus Education Back to School Bash & Updates

By L. Eagle John The SNI Cattaraugus Department of Education celebrated the start of a new school year for our Pre K and K-12 tri-district students and family members at the annual Back To School Bash on Tuesday, September 21st at the Cattaraugus Community Center. In an effort to keep our students & families safe, […]