Mexican Springs Chapter

Mexican Springs Chapter

“The Mission Statement of Mexican Springs is dedicated to excellence in serving our community.  To address the needs with respect, compassion, and planning development.”  
“Our Vision through professionalism, dedication, accountability, and cultural difference awareness, our community will build a stronger relationship.”

Mexican Springs Chapter is located in Mexican Springs, New Mexico 18 miles north of Gallup, New Mexico and nestled at the foothills of the Chuska Mountain. We are located along U.S. Highway 491 (formerly known as 666). We are at a central location within the District 14 communities and three miles west of U.S. Highway 491. Within the Mexican Springs community, there is a Senior Center, 40 NHA units, food distribution warehouse, and the Bowl Canyon (Assayi Lake Camp).  

Mexican Springs Chapter was recognized as a chapter Government in 1955. The Community population is roughly around 1,200. Its Navajo name is Nakai Bito which means Mexican’s water.  Storytellers from our community say that there were Mexicans who lived at the old Trading Post; one day a Mexican man was in the arroyo south of the chapter house and was digging up water, thereafter that’s the name of this community.    

   

Mexican Springs Chapter

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday

8:00am – 5:00pm

Close for Lunch:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Garbage Disposal: (Fee Varies)

8:00am – 11:45am  &  1:00pm – 4:45pm

Navajo Nation Election

Fort Defiance Agency

Community Members

(age 18 and over)

Registar here to Vote:

 

Please bring the following Documents:

– Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB)

–  Valid Driver’s License or ID

– Social Security Card

Mexican Springs Senior Center

Hours of Operation