Welcome to the Pueblo of Isleta

The Pueblo of Isleta is nestled in the scenic Rio Grande Valley, 15 miles south of Albuquerque on Interstate 25 Exit 215.  It is one of the larger 19 Pueblos within New Mexico and was established in the 1300s. 

Information for

Our Community

The information posted here is published exclusively for Pueblo of Isleta Tribal Members.

Information for

General Public

Welcome to the Pueblo of Isleta.

There are no upcoming events at this time.

COVID-19 Individual Assistance Program

The COVID-19 Individual Assistance Program is open to Isleta Tribal Members who are 18 years and older. The purpose of this Program is to provide emergency financial relief assistance to help individuals with utilities, food, personal protective equipment, disinfecting cleaning products, elderly care, and other emergency purchases related to COVID-19. Program assistance is limited to funding availability.

The Program will provide individual assistance in the amount of $1000 and covers expenses between March 1, 2020 through December 30, 2020. All applications submitted for this Program shall be maintained as a confidential record of the Pueblo of Isleta and will not be disclosed without the written consent of the applicant, except to the extent the disclosure is required pursuant to the CARES Act.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Must be a Tribal Member 18 years or Older; and
  • Must submit application certifying impact by COVID-19;

Allowable Expenses:

  • Purchase of groceries, food, and meals;
  • Personal care items such as face coverings, hand sanitizer, soap, hygiene products, and other personal protective equipment;
  • Costs incurred for complying with Pueblo of Isleta curfew and other public health orders;
  • Elderly care expenses;
  • Utility expenses for electricity, gas, propane, firewood, water, sewer, waste disposal, internet, and phone bills;
  • Unreimbursed medical expenses;
  • Costs incurred to improve or create teleworking capabilities for work; and
  • Other emergency expenses and purchases related to COVID-19.

Certification on Use of Funds:

By submitting an application, the Tribal Member certifies that any funds received are intended and will be used only for the purposes of offsetting unexpected or increased expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in accordance with the terms of Section 5001of the CARES Act.

Taxability:

Pursuant to the guidance issued by the Internal Revenue Service on July 6, 2020, this assistance is non-taxable and excluded from the individual’s gross income under the General Welfare Exclusion.

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How can we help you?

Welcome to the Pueblo of Isleta!
Click on any of the links or images below to find more information about the corresponding departments.

Animal Control

Isleta Animal Control goal is to protect animals from neglect and abuse, protect Isleta Pueblo residents and visitors from injury and annoyance by animals.
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Assisted Living Facilities

The Assisted Living Facility has been designed with the interest, comfort and care customized to meet the needs
of our residents. Learn More

Cultural & Historic Preservation

The Department of Cultural and Historic Preservation (DCHP) views its mission as the preservation of our culture, history, and language. Learn More

Education Services

The Pueblo of Isleta Department of Education provides educational support to Pueblo of Isleta tribal/community members in grades pre- kindergarten through adulthood. Through a variety of services offered we can work together to ensure educational success! Learn More

Elder Center

To provide opportunities that involves and assists seniors to improve their quality of life with dignity and to share their wisdom with the community. Learn More

Head Start

Developing school readiness through quality education nurturing the traditional and cultural values of our Isleta Head Start children, families, and community.
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Housing

It is the mission of the Isleta Pueblo Housing Authority to provide opportunities to all responsible eligible tribal members to own safe, sanitary and affordable housing.
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Library

The Pueblo of Isleta Public Library provides materials and services to help the general public obtain information meeting their personal, educational and professional needs. Learn More

Youth Recreation

The Isleta Recreation provides various recreation programs and a park system that meet community needs and promotes community involvement in Recreation, Parks, Cultural Activities, Education,
Health, and Family Life Activities in well maintained, accessible and safe facilities. Learn More

Women Infants & Children

WIC is a free program for Women, Infants, and Children that helps families who have nutritional needs.
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Pueblo Highlights 

Higher Education Program

The POI Higher Education Program may provide supplemental financial assistance to college students. Eligibility is determined based upon submission and review of various required documentation. Contact POI/HEP to speak with a representative to achieve your higher education! (505) 869-9790 ext 9793.

Higher Education Program

The POI Higher Education Program may provide supplemental financial assistance to college students. Eligibility is determined based upon submission and review of various required documentation. Contact POI/HEP to speak with a representative to achieve your higher education! (505) 869-9790 ext 9793.

Contact the Pueblo of Isleta

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1270,  Isleta, NM 87022  |  Phone: (505) 869-3111  |  Fax: (505) 869-7596