The Navajo Tribal Council certified Pueblo Pintado in the year of 1971. According to the local people, the chapter is known by Nahodeeshgiizh Ch’inilini, meaning water flowing from canyon. The Pueblo Pintado Chapter is named in English for the ruins of a Chacoan Great House, and it is located one and half mile north of Highway 9.
The Pueblo Pintado Chapter is located in Land Management District 15 of the Eastern Navajo Agency in northeast part of McKinley County, New Mexico. The Chapter land is on three counties which includes; Sandoval County and San Juan County, and McKinley County. The Chapter House is located 43 miles east of Crownpoint, New Mexico, 55 miles west of Cuba, New Mexico and 17 miles southeast of the world famous Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The chapter land base is in the “checkerboard area”, that includes Indian Allotment, Tribal Trust, Fee Lands, Private, Public Domain and BLM lands. Continental Divide runs through the chapter area.
Rena Murphy, President
Erlene Henderson, Vice-President
Rhea Murphy-Willeto, Secretary/Treasurer
Alex Sandoval, Land Board
Daniel Tso, Council Delegate
Vacant, Community Service Coordinator
Alberta Ballard, Accounts Maintenance Specialist
Pueblo Pintado CLUPC
Gloria Yazzie, CLUPC President
Janice S. Arthur, CLUPC Vice-President
Darrell Cadman, CLUPC Secretary
Preston Sandoval, Member