Leupp Chapter

Leupp at a glance

Population — 1,149 at the 2021 Census

History — Francis E. Leupp (which Leupp was named after) grew up around the Little Colorado River, where early residents planted corn, beans and squash on the flood plain. After a series of floods in the 1940s, the town was moved to higher ground at its present location on N-15.  Leupp was also the very first Navajo chapter, and comprises the southwestern corner of the Navajo Nation.

Attractions — Sunrise Trading Post, near to Twin Arrows Casino

Land area — 303,746 acres

Industries — El Paso Natural Gas and the Transwestern Pipeline have facilities here, and Tooh Diné Industries manufactures circuit boards.

(Source: http://www.navajotimes.com/news/chapters/071813leu.php#.VeXcm_lViko)


“Promote and empower sustainable communities through Navajo values of K’e and T’aa hwõ aji t’eego”.


“To provide quality services and opportunities by strengthening local stewardship and building positive partnerships for future generations”.

The Grand Falls

 Grand Falls is closed 






  • You can download an applicaton on the leupp website or come to the Chapter and pick up an application.  Please attach all required documents with an application.
  • Leupp Housing Discretionary is accepting applications for FY 2023. Opening date was 09/29/23 @ 5:00pm (DST)
  • Please have all required documents when turning in application.
  • You may submit all application fax @ 928-686-3232 or email @ leupp@navajochapters.org
  • Leupp Chapter Scholarship is accepting applications for FY 2023 . Opening date was 09/29/23 @ 5:00pm.  (DST)
  • Please have all required documents when turning in application
  • You may submit all application by fax @ 928-686-3232 or email @ leupp@navajochapters.org

 Residency Verifications are free, you must be a registered voter of Leupp Chapter.

Documents needed:

  • Valid I.D. or driver license
  • Last 4 digits of SSN
  • Census Number
  • Mailing address/ Physical Address: How many miles do you live from Leupp Chapter? In which direction?


  • Please have all required documents when turning in application. Submit application in person or email us @  leupp@navajochapters.org


scheduled meetings

Planning Meeting: TBA


Regular Meeting:  September 21, 2023 (Thursday) 1:00 pm (DST)



Budget Work Session:  September 20, 2023 (Thursday) 10:00 am – 12:00 pm (DST)

CLUPC Meeting: October 18, 2023 (Friday) 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (DST)

District 5 Grazing Meeting: TBA



Hydrologic framework and characterization of the Little Colorado River.

Hydrologic framework and characterization of the Little Colorado River alluvial aquifer near Leupp, Arizona







Sales & Service hours

  • Leupp Chapter Administration is now accepting trash.
  • Administration is back in service for livestock water deliveries.
  • Water well is back in service


8:00 AM to 11:30 AM (DST)

Closed for Lunch 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM (DST)

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (DST)
* Leupp Chapter is on Daylight Savings Time(1 hr. ahead)



LOBBY: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM DST


DESK SERVICE (when you are able to pickup packages) :

Monday –

11:00 AM DST- 5:00 PM DST


11:00 AM DST- 4:00 PM DST

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Do you have anything you want to add? Email us at: leupp@navajochapters.org

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Leupp Chapter is the First Established Navajo Nation Chapter and home to The Grand Falls.

Celebrating our 90th Anniversary!

Navajo Nation Officials

Dr. Buu Nygren
Navajo Nation President

Richelle Montoya
Navajo Nation Vice-President

Casey Allen Johnson
Council Delegate (Birdsprings,
Cameron, Leupp and Tolani Lake)

Chapter Officials

Leupp Chapter President

Angela Horseherder-Cody
Leupp Chapter Vice-President

Rosita Kelly
Leupp Chapter Secretary/Treasurer

Kenny Welch
Leupp Grazing Official