stuləgʷábš (People of the River)
Many centuries ago, long before forests and grasslands were replaced with asphalt, our ancestors celebrated the journey of life and lived from the resources this land provides. As their children played and learned about nature, the adults would hunt, fish, and handcraft items for daily survival. Festively, they would periodically gather to celebrate and give thanks for all they had. We, their descendants, the Stillaguamish people reverently celebrate the rich culture and history that was and still is, ours.
Today, the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians, a sovereign, federally recognized native tribe, is committed to serving our members, preserving our culture, and continuing the stewardship of our native lands.
With great honor and pride, we celebrate our past, we look to the future.
236th Avenue North East Safety Improvement Project
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is making safety improvement and environmental enhancements along a 1.2 mile corridor of 236th Avenue NE in Snohomish County, Washington. Featuring roadway and environmental improvements between 13th Avenue and 35th Avenue NE, the project will make the roadway safer for all users.
The Stillaguamish Tribe cares about its employees and strives to offer a fun, rewarding and safe working environment. Once you are part of our family, we want you to stay. We also believe that hard work and integrity should be rewarded. That is why our employees receive benefits that other companies may not offer.