Welcome to Navajo Land Department

Vision Statement

"Acquire, Record, Regulate, Value, and Preserve Our Sacred Navajo Lands (Diné Bí Kéyah)"

Mission Statement

"To provide quality customer service by utilizing technology, legal authority, cultural awareness, and continuous education, to insure proper optimum use of real property for all to benefit."

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Homesite Lease Regulations 2016

The 2016 Homesite Lease Regulations got approved on October 4th, 2016 by Resources Committee of the Navajo Nation Council. Copies are also available at Navajo Nation Records and Communication Office in Tse Bonito, NM, south of Highway 264

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We are very excited to present our first newsletter on “What the Navajo Land Department is up to” and to offer you a small sample of insightful news pieces to keep you informed of our upcoming events and activities.

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Homesite Lease Process

If wishing to obtain a Homesite Lease, watch this short video clip to help understand the Homesite Lease Process.

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Homesite Lease

      »Homesite Application
      »Biological Evaluation (Navajo Fish & Wildlife)
      »Cultural Resource Consultants and Private Surveyors

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Navajo Land Title Data System

The Navajo Land Department has established a Title Plant (NLTDS) to record titles, deeds, leases, land conveyances, retrieve trust asset accounting, and ability to store/retrieve records for the entire Navajo land records.

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Address & Directions:

P.O. Box 2249
Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Location: Navajo Nation Historic Preservation

Phone: (928) 871-6401