Sitka Tribe of Alaska


Welcome To The Sitka Tribe Of Alaska website

STA mission:

"to exercise sovereign rights and powers, to preserve the integrity of tribal society, and to improve the lives of individual Tribal Citizens"


In The News

STA recently took the trek over to Juneau to visit with our state officials. In the photo at the left, (l-r), STA chairman Mike Baines, Department of Health and Social Services commissioner Valerie Davidson (holding a plaque presented by STA), STA vice chair Rachel Moreno, and STA general manager Lawrence SpottedBird.

Are you ready in case of an earthquake? Here are a couple of websites to better inform you on how to prepare in the event of being evacuated due to such a natural disaster.


Here are the updated applications for AVT and Higher Education.

SNEP Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Application

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Sitka Tribe of Alaska Constitution

New Employee Handbook

Ordinances Page

Codes Page

Policies, Rules and Procedures page

Agreements and MOUs Page

Meeting and event calendar, click here!

For Tribal Citizens wishing to be exempt from the "shared responsibility payment," the Affordable Care Act exemption form is here. As the cover page mentions, get help with the form at 1-800-318-2596, or at

Upcoming Events

Tribal Council Action Only Meeting, 1st Wednesday of each month. Regular Meeting, 3rd Wednesday of each month.

WEDNESDAY, February 18, 6:30 p.m., the Tribal Council regular meeting will be held in the Sheet’ka Kwáan Naa Kahídi Community House at 200 Katlian Street.

Tribal Council regular meeting agenda available here two days prior to scheduled meeting.


February 4, 2015 Action item meeting.



Thank you to all who participated in the 2014 Sitka Herring Festival!