4 SuAnne Center Drive, Pine Ridge, SD 57770

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Current Projects

7 Years for 7 Generations Community System Water Upgrades

Oglala Sioux Lakota Housing has been working with the Oglala Sioux Tribe to develop and submit applications for USDA Water and Environmental Program Native Set-Aside Grants to upgrade water systems in all communities on the Reservation. The Oglala Sioux Tribe will be the grantee and OST Department of Water Maintenance […]

Wounded Knee Lagoon Upgrades and Expansion

Oglala Sioux Lakota Housing obtained a US Department of Agriculture Water and Environmental Grant for $999,317 to upgrade the condemned Wounded Knee lagoon in late 2014. We had trouble finding an Architecture & Engineering contractor and then signed an Memorandum of Agreement with the Indian Health Service. IHS will complete […]

Indian Community Development Block Grant 2015

Renovation of Low-rent Unit Exteriors and Remediation of 21 Houses Contaminated by Meth Oglala Sioux Lakota Housing was funded in early 2016 under the Indian Community Development Block Grant 2015 Category 1 competition for $1,100,000 from HUD with leverage of $366,667 from our own funds to redo 61 exteriors (windows, […]

Tipi Zannika (Healthy Homes) Mold Remediation Program

Creating Healthier Living Environments The Mold Remediation program began at the request of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council in 2006. Tipi Zannika’s main objective is to remediate mold in bathrooms, basements, and kitchens. Starting in 2009 Oglala Sioux Lakota Housing began obtaining grants to completed mold remediation projects throughout the […]

Title VI Housing Development

The Title VI project is comprised of a total of 45 homes, with five homes built in each of the nine districts of the Pine Ridge Reservation. Homes will be built in Batesland, Manderson, Kyle, Allen, Porcupine, Martin, Pine Ridge, Oglala, and Wanblee. The homes, purchased through the Governor’s House […]

Makoce Na Mni Waste (Good Earth and Water)

Makoce Na Mni Waste (Good Earth and Water)

Through a Bush Community Innovation Grant, we are bringing all tribal and federal stakeholders on the Pine Ridge Reservation together to set up effective water, wastewater, and solid waste management systems under a new type of management entity for operations, maintenance, upgrade, and new infrastructure and planning and development.