Cocopah Tribe Contact Information

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Location Directions:

The Cocopah Indian Tribe Reservation comprises three noncontiguous bodies of land known as the North, West and East Reservations and is located in Yuma County along the Colorado River just 13 miles south of Yuma, AZ, and 15 miles north of San Luis, Mexico. The Reservation's unique geographical location borders the United States, Mexico, Arizona and California.

Cocopah Casino, Cocopah Resort & Conference Center, Cocopah Korner and Cocopah Rio Colorado Golf Course are located minutes south of the City of Yuma on Highway 95. The Cocopah Museum is located near the Tribal Headquarters on the West Reservation. Cocopah RV & Golf Resort is located on the North Reservation.

Tribal Headquarters
14515 S. Veterans Drive
Somerton, AZ 85350
Phone: (928) 627-2102
Fax: (928) 627-3173

Public Relations
14515 S. Veterans Drive
Somerton, AZ 85350
Phone: (928) 627-2102

Fort Yuma Health Center
One Indian Hill Rd.
Winterhaven, CA 92283
Phone: (760) 572-4100

Fort Yuma Services Brochure

Public Safety:
Cocopah Police Department
14540 S. Veterans Dr.
Somerton, Arizona 85350
Phone: (928) 627-8857
Fax: (928) 627-0807

Somerton/Cocopah Fire Department
Robby Rodriguez
Fire Fighter/Public Information Officer
445 E. Main Street
Somerton, Arizona 85350
Phone: (928) 722-7381
Fax: (928) 722-7315

Office of Emergency Preparedness
Michael Fila, Emergency Manager
14500 S. Veterans Dr. 
Somerton, Arizona 85350
Phone: (928) 750-6612
Fax: (928) 627-3115

                    

Donation requests:
The Cocopah Indian Tribe has a long-standing commitment of helping agencies, organizations and individuals around the community.
To submit a donation/sponsorship request, send information packet to:

Cocopah Indian Tribe
Attn: Carlos Pereyra
Re: Donation Request
14515 S. Veterans Drive
Somerton, Arizona 85350

Request can also be submitted electronically to: communications@cocopah.com

Requirements:

Requests are reviewed once a month and announced during Tribal Council meetings that take place the second Friday of each month. Please send request at least a month before your event since requests are looked at only once a month. In the letter please include name, phone number, email address and mailing address.

If you request is approved you will recieve a phone call. You will recieve an email if it's denied.


If you would like more information on submitting a donation/sponsorship request contact:
Jonathan Athens at 627-2102.

** Please note If you are interested in a donation/sponsorship from Cocopah Casino you must contact David Raveles, assistant marketing director at (928) 217-7739 or draveles@cocopah-casino.com.


 

Lodging

Resort:

The Cocopah Resort & Conference Center, featuring a modern Southwestern style with soft colors and natural landscaping, sits on the rise of a desert mesa overlooking the picturesque Yuma Valley.

For more information on The Cocopah Resort & Casino, visit their website: http://www.cocopahresort.com

RV:

Both Cocopah Casino and Cocopah Bend RV & Golf Resort offer accommodations for RV travelers visiting our neck of the Sonoran Southwest.

For more information on the Cocopah Bend RV & Golf Resort, visit their website: http://www.cocopahrv.com

Airports:

The Cocopah Reservation is conveniently located just a few miles from Yuma International Airport. For your convenience, if you are staying at Cocopah Resort & Conference Center, guests flying into Yuma can call us directly from the phone kiosk located near baggage claim. Just dial 20 to speak to our front desk.

For more information on Yuma International Airport, visit their website: http://www.yumainternationalairport.com/yumahome.nsf

Somerton Airport

If you prefer flying charter contact the Somerton Aiport located about half a mile from Cocopah enterprises.

http://www.somertonairport.com

 

Latest News


Cocopah Police Partnering With Somerton To Promote Bike Safety

Aug 20th, 2014

Event will be held from 8am to 10am on Saturday at Tierra Del Sol Elementary School

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Cocopah Emergency Management Goal: All Tribal Employees To Be Trained in First Aid/CPR

Aug 20th, 2014

“I feel confident I can assist someone if the need arises,” says Matt Smith.

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