Gila River Indian Community

The Gila River Indian Community traces its roots to the Hohokam, prehistoric Indians who lived and farmed along the Gila River Basin centuries ago. Composed of two members of tribes, the Pima and Maricopas, the Gila River Indian Community is located in south-central Arizona.

The 372,000 acre reservation, which lies south of Phoenix, Tempe and Chandler, was established by an act of Congress in 1859 and formally established by Constitution in 1939. Tribal administrative offices and departments are located in Sacaton.

P.O. Box 97
Sacaton, Arizona 85247
(520) 562-6000
Fax: (520) 562-3422

Governor Stephen Roe Lewis
Gila River Indian Community

 

 

Community Manager: Pamela Thompson
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