Operating Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm | Lunch: Noon – 1:00pm

Water & household waste service hours: Monday – Wednesday – Friday

8:30am – 11:45pm & 12:15pm – 3:00pm

Our Story

The first community meeting assembled under a tree about two miles from the Forest Lake Chapter House.  In these early days, sheep dipping and branding of livestock were the main resources for the community in the earlier days. Forest Lake Chapter, tucked away in an isolated location, brings the community its scenic, welcome to its open land on top of Black Mesa, in the mid-north central part of the Navajo Reservation in Arizona. Due to the remoteness, emergency services are not realized in time, i.e., police and ambulance services. People remain traditional and continue to depend on livestock.

The Forest Lake Chapter conducts monthly meetings to keep residents informed; residents have a forum to express their opinions to their Navajo Nation Council Delegate or to decide on matters concerning the chapter.

MEET OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

May Gilene Begay

May Gilene Begay

Chapter President

Info to be added.

Rapheal Boy

Rapheal Boy

Chapter Vice-President

Info to be added.

Brenda White

Brenda White

Chapter Secretary

Info to be added.

Irene Begaye

Irene Begaye

Grazing Representative

Info to be added.

Jimmy Yellowhair

Jimmy Yellowhair

Council Delegate

Jimmy Yellowhair is representing:

(Hard Rock, Forest Lake, Pinon, Black Mesa, Whippoorwill)

Committee: Budget and Finance

jyellowhair@navajo-nsn.gov

Maternal Clan: Honágháahnii
Paternal Clan: Tódích’íi’nii
Maternal Grandfather: Áshįįhíí
Paternal Grandfather: Hashk’aa hadzohí

Hometown: Black Mesa, Arizona

MEET OUR STAFF

Ella M. Benally

Ella M. Benally

Community Services Coordinator

Info to be added.

Theresa M. Begay

Theresa M. Begay

Office Assistant

Info to be added.

Warren M. Tallbrother

Warren M. Tallbrother

Heavy Equipment Operator

Info to be added.

Lyle R. Adson

Lyle R. Adson

Maintenance Worker

Info to be added.