The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe's Reservation is located thirty five miles northeast of Reno, Nevada in a remote desert area located in the counties of Washoe, Lyon, and Storey. The area of the
reservation contains 475,000 acres or 742.2 square miles. Out of this acreage approximately 112,000 acres cover the surface of a terminal desert lake, Pyramid Lake. Pyramid Lake is one of the most valuable assets of the Tribe and is entirely enclosed within the boundaries of the Reservation. Pyramid Lake is approximately 15 miles long and 11 miles wide. Pyramid Lake measures 350 feet at it's deepest point. Read More ...
Any and all events scheduled on the Reservation need to go through Tribal Council for approval. Please contact the Tribal Secretary at 775-574-1000 for any questions or more information. Agenda Request Form
Permits for Lake Recreation and Fishing
are now available through online purchase. The fee schedule, the current Regulations Pamphlet and online secure purchase of permits are available on the Ranger Website
Pyramid Lake Recreational Permits Permit Vendors (Updated 11/04/2014)
PUBLIC NOTICE: Final Regs approved August 19, 2015
PLPT Fishing, Camping & Boating Regulations - Final 08/19/15
- Effective 10/01/2015 the Pyramid Lake Tribe is offering a 10% discount on all permits if you are a Senior (65 and older), military, or a member of recognized tribe.
- All people meeting the senior category that have purchased a permit in the past will be automatically switched over on 10/01/2015 and will be immediately eligible for the discounted price.
Any individual who has never had a Pyramid Lake Tribal permit in the past will be able to register as a senior/military/or tribal member and therefore receive the discounted price.
- For Military and Tribal members from other tribes that have purchased a license in the past you will need to contact the Pyramid Lake Tribe to have your profile updated to receive future discounts on permit purchases. There will be no credits issued for failure to contact our office prior to having your profile updated.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- The Tribal Council is moving forward with implementing the Tribe's Economic Development Plan and accessing the Pyramid Lake Paiute Economic Development Fund Created by PL-101-618. Please see the implementation process diagram below.
Economic Development Roadmap
Economic Distibution and Final Enrollment
Although the economic stimulus payments are exempt from Federal income tax requirements, these payments may also affect the eligibility of persons and/or families for certain Federal and State programs. Please Click HERE for a resource guide to find out more about potential impacts to benefits.
ECONOMIC STIMULUS PAYMENT INFORMATION HOTLINE - (775) 574-2444
BIA refuses to approve percapita payments, Chaiman Hawley files APPEAL.
EVENTS - Check the EVENTS tab for the latest in local events.
Wadsworth Bypass Information- Click Here
PLPT Tribal Transit - Route Schedule (11/20/2017)
Little Warriors Learning Centers ->Forms Available
Nixon Gym Cooling and Heating Grant ->Information
ARCHIVES (Old News): Click here for the old news.
Committee, Boards & Commissions Members:
GLS Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Project: "Kwesto'ina Numu"
Facebook page YouTube Channel: Numu Yadooa - Android Apps on Google Play
PLTHC: Sumunumu Resource Center
The center is at 460 W. Main Street Ste. 101 (next to the bowling center). Phone: 980-6507.
Evaluation Procedure Tutoring Schedule Transportation
Substance Abuse Meetings Teen Parenting Classes
Everyone is welcome, and we are located in
the Pyramid Lake Modular #102 next to the Nixon Gym.
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
1:00 - 4:00 pm
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
We have computers available and Wi-Fi connection. Phone: (775) 574-0301
PL Judicial Forms Available On-Line.
Judicial forms are now available on line. Click Here for forms.
MEDICARE Enrollment - Continues:
New laws and changes. Contact the Pyramid Lake Tribal Health Clinic - Health Benefits Program.
Medicare Open Enrollment Update
VOLUNTEERS are always needed to help with distribution.
If you have any medium or large boxes/bags, please bring with you.
Contact the PLPT Social Services (775) 574-1047.