ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
TRIBAL TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM (TTP)
IN RECENT HISTORY THE CHUKCHANSI HAVE BEEN A LANDLESS TRIBE. WE ARE SLOWLY REACQUIRING OUR LAND SO WE CAN TEACH OUR CHILDREN ABOUT A RESPECT FOR PLACE, HOUSE OUR PEOPLE, PROTECT OUR NATURAL RESOURCES, AND CARE FOR OUR ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE.
Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians EPA Department receives several grants that enable us to protect our environment on our tribal properties.
The Picayune Environmental Department is dedicated to protecting and restoring our environmental and cultural resources through enhancing self determination of our Tribe.
To get up-to-date air quality information go to airnow.gov
On this website you can input your zip code to get the air quality information in your city.
For San Juaquin Valley Residents, please visit Valleyair.org for up-to-date wood stove burn day information.
For Mountain and Foothill residents, please visit valleyair.org for the hazard reduction burn day information.
***Reminder*** Transfer Station is open every Friday and Saturday 8am – 4pm.