The LTBB Health Department will be closed next Tuesday, 03/28/2023 from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm so staff can attend professional development training.

The pharmacy will remain open and prescriptions can be picked up at the main entrance.

All other departments will close and the building will be locked.

Staff will be returning to work at 4:00 pm and following up on voicemails and answering calls.

Miigwetch for your understanding.


Aanii all, a Special Appropriations and Finance Committee Meeting will be held February 6, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of receiving the approximate amount of the General Fund Balance and the anticipated amount of revenue that may be utilized to formulate the budget and to provide to Tribal Council the Committee’s recommendation of Governmental Branches allocation amounts. Please see the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Web Meetings Calendar for Zoom Meeting information. The Executive is invited to attend. Corporate Charters, Gaming Authority and the Odawa Casino Resort attendance is requested.


A special meeting on February 28, 2023 at 1:00 p.m.

On Zoom and in the Tribal Council Chambers 7500 Odawa Circle Harbor Springs MI. to discuss the adoption of the posted Citizenship Statute (LEG-312 Citizenship) amendment. The change would affect the way the Durant Roll is interpreted for blood quantum calculations.
Legislative Documents for Comment.


The reason for the Phone Poll: Motion to recommend to Tribal Council to approve CERTIFIED MOTION # 012623-10 Request for funding from the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, FY 2023 – FY 2025 Triennial Child Care and Development Fund Program and Child Count Declaration.
Prior to conducting a Tribal Council phone poll, the following shall be posted for 24-hours in accordance with policy.
Motion 012623-10 CCDF FY 2023 - FY 2025


In order to serve the LTBB community the best we can, we want to make sure that we are looking at waters and issues that are important to you. From January 9nd until February 13th, Environmental Services is hosting a survey for enrolled LTBB citizens to answer those questions and guide our efforts moving forward.

Find the survey at the link below. Prefer a paper version? Paper copies of the survey will be available at the Natural Resources Department and for mailing upon request. All responses will be completely anonymous. To make things more interesting, we will be giving away reusable bags, dinnerware, and Nibiish Naagdowen posters. Winners will be randomly selected.

Winners will be selected on February 14th and the prizes will be mailed within a month of the ending date.



Legislative Leader Emily Proctor has approved the posting of a phone poll. In accordance with policy, the following shall be posted for 24 hours in accordance with policy.

Reason for Phone Poll: Motion to approve Certified Motion 011222-XX Land Purchase Authorization.