To provide mobility, sustainability, independence, and access to opportunities for future development, health, and advanced education for Tribal and Non-Tribal members within the community.
The Road Crew is responsible for the repairing and maintaining of all Ohkay Owingeh Roads.
*Private Driveways/Yards are not on the approved BIA Inventory & therefore are not eligible to be repaired or maintained by the Planning Dept/Roads Crew. (This is solely the responsibility of the homeowner.)
Ohkay Owingeh, located in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, operates a transit system (the PoPay Messenger). The Tribe provides a Demand Response transit system to its membership consisting of 2940 enrolled Tribal Members and 11,500 non-Indian Community Members living within the confines of Ohkay Owingeh. The four counties served in the program covers 10,079 miles; the primary service area is 4000 square miles.