The Governor is elected by the voters of the Pueblo and serves a three year term. He is aided by his staff which consist of the Department Directors and/or Supervisors of the various departments. The Governor or his designee shall serve as the official spokesperson for the Pueblo. Christopher A. Moquino will serve as Governor from 2021-2023.
Christopher A. Moquino
02 Tunyo Po
Santa Fe, NM 87506
Email address: email@example.com
Patricia (Kitty) Montoya
Office: (505) 455-4101
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pueblo de San Ildefonso has its own Governance Agreement – similar to a written constitution.There are three branches to our government.
Ten Council Representatives are elected by the voters of the Pueblo; they serve two year staggered terms with five Representatives elected at each general election. The Council Representatives make and pass laws following the written Council Procedures.
2022 Public Tribal Council Contact List
One member of the Pueblo is elected every 3 years to serve as the Governor. He/she is authorized to enforce all the laws of the Pueblo and speak for the Pueblo.
We have a tribal court (civil and criminal and some administrative) and a Supreme Court which hears appeals from the trial court.The Tribal Judge is appointed by the Governor, and the Supreme court is by appointment (1 by the Governor, 1 by the Council) and one elected to serve a 3 year term.
Our laws and resolutions are online at this address: law.sanipueblo.org
We are located across from the Tribal Administration Building (02 Tunyo PO).
The Tribal Court is currently manned on an as needed basis. To make a payment or to see the Court Clerk, call the Court Clerk below to set a time to meet.