The Native Village of Kotzebue is the Federally-recognized Tribal government representing the Qikiktagrukmiut, the original inhabitants of the area of northwest Alaska surrounding modern day Kotzebue (Qikiktagruk). The Tribe, a sovereign entity, is commonly called the Kotzebue IRA due to its organization pursuant to the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act and as amended for Alaska in 1936.Learn More
News & Announcements
IRA Annual Meeting on April 14, 2015
The Native Village of Kotzebue will take nominations at the Annual Meeting on April 14, 2015
Offices/Positions for Election: three (3) tribal council member seats / 2 regular tribal council seats and 1 youth council seat. Each seat will be a three-year term from 2015 - 2018.
Tupiq Services Board Seats for Election
Tupiq Services, Inc. is soliciting for Two (2) Native Village of Kotzebue Tribal members/citizens who are interested in serving on the Tupiq Services, Inc. Board of Directors.
The term is three years (2015-2018) and nominees will work with a board of five members.