Page Last Modified: May 9th, 2015

ICDBG 2015 Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Grant Activities

The Havasupai Indian Tribe (HIT) of Arizona is applying for HUDs Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG).  The grant is specifically for Mold Remediation and Prevention, this project will identify 9 low-income homes for mold remediation.  Pursuant to the Citizen Participation Requirements in 24 CFR 1003.604, the Tribe is seeking resident involvement. A public hearing will be held at 10 a.m. May 11th at the Baaja Thagabo Community Building in Supai, Arizona. For those who are unable to attend, there will be a second meeting on Tuesday, May the 19th at 10 A.M. in the same Community Building. The Tribe will provide information to residents relating to the proposed grant and will accept public comment at that time.

Please be aware that Havasu Canyon is a fragile environment and is subject to flash floods. Some areas in the canyon are OFF-LIMITS to visitors due to continuing repair work or unstable ground condition. Immediate closure of the canyon is possible at any given time during your visit. Visitors to Havasu Canyon assume all risks while in the canyon and should come prepared.

Lodging and camping facilities are available. Please be advised that fees are subject to changes and is final only on arrival. Please contact the Havasupai Tourist Office at 928 448 2121/2141/2180 for entry and camping permits or email and the Havasupai Lodge at 928 448 2111/2101 for lodge reservation or email The Havasupai Tourist Office and the Havasupai Lodge can make arrangement for packing mules service.

Havasupai Cafe (limited service) and Havasupai Trading Post is open for business. Food and beverages including fresh fruits and frozen entrees are available at the Havasupai Trading Post. Microwave ovens are available for patrons use. Group catering is also available. Please contact the Havasupai Trading Post at 928 448 2951 or email

Visitors who wish to utilize helicopter services, please contact Airwest Helicopters at 623 516 2790.



Havasupai means "people of the blue green water". Havasupais have dwelt in the Grand Canyon and the rest of north-central Arizona for over 1,000 years, practicing summertime irrigated farming in the canyons and wintertime hunting in the plateaus. The Havasupai Tribe Reservation is at the end of Indian Route 18 off historic Route 66. It consists of 188,077 acres of canyon land and broken plateaus abutting the western edge of the Grand Canyon's south rim. Residents live in Supai Village in the 3,000 foot deep Havasu Canyon. The reservation was established in 1880 and substantially enlarged in 1975. The tribe is known for its location, traditional cultural life, and beautiful arts and crafts.


The website is not authorized by or affiliated with the Havasupai Tribe in any manner. It is owned by AzNetCo, a FOR PROFIT NON INDIAN business entity operating out of Chandler, Arizona. AzNetCo is not affiliated with the Havasupai Tribal Government. The information provided on is not obtained from the Havasupai Tribal Council, is not authorized by the Tribe, and the website does not represent the Havasupai Tribe and its members.