Passamaquoddy at Sipayik

Pleasant Point Tribal Government


Peskotom = Pollock

"Public Announcements"



food Pantry
The food pantry has fresh berrys & trout

Dream Catcher Making Class
Hosted by Sipayik social Services
Sipayik boys and Girls Club
Date: Friday March 10th 2023
Location: sipayik boys and girls club
59 Passamaquoddy Road, Pleasant Point
Time: 5:00 PM
FMI Cpntact: Diane Libby @ 853-2600-x239
*class is open to 20 people*

REQUEST FOR Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP)
Passamaquoddy Tribe Sipayik Environmental Department
Brownfields/Assessment Tribal Response & Cleanup Program

The Passamaquoddy Tribe Sipayik Environmental Department (PTSED) receives U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) assistance to fund the activities of its Brownfields/Assessment Tribal Response and Cleanup Program (B/A). The intent of the grant is to inventory, assess and where necessary cleanup brownfield sites on or near Tribal Territory in the state of Maine. PTSED is seeking a QEP to carry out necessary phases within the Brownfields program.

(PTSED) is soliciting proposals from QEP’s with proven expertise in environmental site and risk assessment, management plans, quality assurance project plans, groundwater and soil sampling, remediation strategies and clean-up, cost estimates and cost control, and community outreach and public presentations.

The QEP activities are being conducted as part of PTSED’s grant program, which will remain in effect through September 2027. The QEP will work under the direction of PTSED B/A project manager and will work in collaboration with PTSED staff, the Brownfields Steering Committee, property owners and developers.

Closing date March 30th, 2023

Direct all inquiries to:
Passamaquoddy Tribe Sipayik Environmental Department
Box 343 Pleasant Point
Perry, Maine 04667
Attn: Dale Mitchell
Telephone: 207-853-2600
Fax: 207-853-6039


Tribal offices are closing today at 11:30 a.m.

All tenants
The waste wate department has asked that you all run your water from Friday, February 3 to Monday, February 6. Leave it as a trickle of water that way pipes do not freeze.

Elder's Sweet Heart Suppah & Dance
There will be an Elder's Sweet Heart Suppah and Dance for all Sipayik and Mitahkomikuk elders in Pleasant Point. Food will be baked beans. hot dogs, tumahsis, and molasses cake. During the meal short slips from Gracie Paul's video archives that are being made into digitial works of history will be shown and presented by Newell Lewey. Following the dinner and show there will be a live band called EBM to dance the night away to the oldies but googies.
EMB or better known as Eskasoni Band are an all-Native group, band members are: Allister and Raymond Stevens and Roger Googoo.
February 10 2023 | Startingt At 5:00 PM | Tribal Office Gym


Tribal Government,
Housing Authority, Health Center
and Sipayik Elementary have a two
hour delay today. Stay safe on the roads today.


Here are 2 surveys from housing

Survey 1
Survey 2



Monday, January 30th the mealsite will be used for the celebration of life for Nicholas J. Gardner, the son of Cecil Larkin and Elizabeth Gardner Francis. your elderly meal can be picked up at the Cafeteria in the old Breatrice Rafferty school presently now the new tribal government offices.Pick-up for meals will be from 10:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Dining hours at the cafetria of the tribal government building: 11:00 A.M to 12:00 P.M.

Foster Care Appreciation Dinner
Friday February 10th 4:00 P.M.
Tribal Office Cafetria in Sipayik
22 Bayview Drive Pleasant Point, ME 04667
Join us in celebrating our foster parents, and learn about becoming a foster parent! RSVP: Diane Libby, Social Services Director.
(207) 853-2600 X 239

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