To help our citizens thrive.
- Care and Love for Each Other
Perpetuate our ancestors’ beliefs, customs, traditions and values and steward our environment to help our citizens thrive.
A Tribal Government that stands sovereign with all nations, utilizes our land responsibly, has a sufficient resource base, and prepares our future generations, to fulfill our core purpose and long-term goals.
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Chickaloon Native Village, Nay’dini’aa Na’, our name in Ahtna, meaning “the river with the two logs across it”, is a vibrant, innovative, and culturally rich Ahtna Athabascan Tribe located in Sutton, one of the most picturesque communities in Southcentral Alaska, about a 90-minute drive from Anchorage, along the Glenn Highway, Scenic Byway. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and lush boreal forests our Tribe has occupied this area for the past 10,000 years. However, threats our culture, language, and traditional way of life have been unwavering for the past hundred years. Chickaloon Native Village was one of the first Tribes to be affected by outside development. > Read More
Meet the Council
Our nine member Traditional Council / Tribal Government, currently operates seven (7) departments: Health and Social Services, Housing, Education, Environmental Stewardship, Transportation, Accounting/Administration, and Justice, to serve the needs of our Tribal citizens and another estimated 2,373 Alaska Natives and Native American living in our service area; Glacier View, Chickaloon, Sutton, Palmer, and the Butte.
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CVTC’s Land Use Committee works with departments on projects and activities and makes recommendations to the Council. CVTC may issue permits for land use, hunting, fishing, and trapping.
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> Annual Report [7.5mb .pdf]
> Strategic Plan [72kb .pdf]
> FY 2011 Audit: Part One – Financial Statements and Notes [393kb .pdf]
> FY 2011 Audit: Part Two – Supplemental Information [243kb .pdf]
> FY 2010 Audit [644kb .pdf]
> FY 2009 Audit [489kb .pdf]