Community Resources

Quileute Stay Home Order

Quileute Tribal Council Stay Home Order- Phase 2 extended until November 6th, 2020

September 29th, 2020

COVID-19 Public Health Notice

COVID-19 Public Notice-ECE Services

OCTOBER 7, 2020

Quileute Community Members,

Quileute Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs have developed a comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan to return students to the classroom.

With the support of Tribal Council, a tentative return date for Head Start and Child Care has been set for October 19th so long as there are no significant COVID-19 increases in the area.

Programs will be operating at a limited capacity with no more than eight children and two teachers per classroom. In addition, stringent planning and scheduling has been designed to maintain social distancing, limit contact between the different classroom cohorts, and to ensure that thorough sanitation and cleaning takes place regularly.

For a more complete understanding of the ECE Covid-19 safety protocols contact Head Start at 360-374-2631, or Child Care at 360-374-5633.

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay Quileute strong,
Quileute Emergency Management Team

COVID-19 Public Notice-Halloween

September 29, 2020

Quileute Community Members,

The Quileute Tribal Council has determined that residents only, may participate in this year’s Halloween Trick-or-Treating activities in La Push.

However, Tribal Council asks that individuals remember to practice safe hygiene with frequent hand washing and disinfectant and, if passing out treats, to wear a facial covering.

The CDC recommends:

“Participating in one-way trick-or-treating where individually wrapped goodie bags are lined up for families to grab and go while continuing to social distance (such as at the end of a driveway or at the edge of a yard)”

If you are preparing goodie bags, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 second before and after preparing the bags.

The Events Department will also be providing several virtual activities to make sure our community has a safe and fun Halloween.

For more information on how you and your family can participate in low risk Halloween activities visit the CDC COVID-19 Holidays Celebrations- Halloween

Questions or concerns contact Incident Commander, Bill Lyon.

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay Quileute strong,
Quileute Emergency Management Team


COVID-19 Public Health Notice

August 6th, 2020

As of August 6th 2020, the Quileute Emergency Management Team has confirmed one (1) positive COVID-19 case of an employee in the Quileute Community.

The Emergency Management Team (EMT) immediately began contact tracing to identify close contacts of the individual and to instruct them to self-quarantine. Several individuals have been identified and are awaiting COVID-19 test results. EMT is working closely with the Clallam County Public Health department to coordinate additional contact tracing as needed.

Additionally, the EMT was notified that Lonesome Creek Store may have had potential exposure. As a precaution, Lonesome Creek Store has been closed until further notice for a thorough cleaning.

We are continuing to investigate the situation and will keep all employees and the community posted as we find out more information.

The Emergency Management Team would like to emphasize to all Quileute Community members and employees the importance of following the CDC guided safety precautions:

  • Wear a face mask when outside the home, in public places, and when interacting with those outside your household.
  • Maintain social distancing of 6 feet apart.
  • Only allow household members in your home. Avoid entering other homes.
  • Wash your hands regularly throughout the day. Use hand sanitizer when washing is not possible.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Disinfect surfaces and objects regularly.
  • Only leave your home for essential purposes.
  • Stay home if you are sick. Stay away from others who are sick.

Remember if you are feeling ill, contact the Health Clinic at 360-374-9035 for advice and care.

Questions or concerns contact:
Incident Commander, Bill Lyon.

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay Quileute strong,
Quileute Emergency Management Team

Community Resource Guide

Quileute Community Resource Guide

The Quileute Tribe Resource Guide identifies which businesses and tribal programs remain closed and which are operating with limited services and/or special restrictions.

It is our goal to protect our community and staff and limit exposure to COVID-19. We ask that you keep safety in mind, continue to practice social distancing, and stay home, especially if you are sick.

COVID-19 Emergency Relief policy

COVID-19 Emergency Relief Policy

Since March of 2020, the Quileute Tribal Council has continued to support its tribal members by periodically providing emergency financial assistance to help individuals and their families cope with the additional financial burdens resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic. On May 14th, 2020 the Tribal Council enacted the “Quileute Indian Tribe General Welfare Ordinance” to allow the Quileute Tribal Council to approve programs to provide general welfare benefits to Tribal Members ages 18 years and older on a tax-free basis.

On the same day, pursuant to the Ordinance, the Tribal Council approved the COVID-19 Emergency Relief General Welfare Benefit Policy (“Policy”). Please review the Policy here to understand how this policy applies to all previous and future issuances of Covid-19 emergency relief payments by the Tribe to all eligible tribal members. 

Bill Lyon

Chief of Police/ Incident Commander

Cell: (360) 640-1572
LPPD Office: (360) 374-9020

Leticia Jaime

Events Coordinator/Gate Staff Supervisor

Cell: (360) 640-3297
Office: (360) 374-5091

Contractor Information


Conducting Business on the Reservation

The Quileute Reservation remains closed to non-residents and non-Quileute Tribal members with the exception of those conducting essential business. An application is available for businesses, contractors, and visitors to fill out in advance before they will be admitted onto the reservation.

Download and complete the the Visitor Application and email to and

Please submit applications as soon as possible so they can be reviewed and approved by the Incident Commander and communicated to our Gate Staff who are responsible for monitoring entry into La Push.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe.