The Tamaya Indian Reservation is located North-Central New Mexico, along the Rio Grande. The reservation encompasses approximately 79,000 acres of land in the county of Sandoval. The southern border of the reservation is the town of Bernalillo. Interstate 25 runs through the east of the Pueblo.
Tamaya is made up of three villages: Rebahene, Ranchitos and Chicale.
Tribal Council is comprised of all the pueblo's head of households.
The Governor and Lt. Governor are appointed every year.
More than 800 tribal members call the Pueblo of Tamaya home. Many tribal members are bilingual and proudly speak the Keresan language, the original language of the people of Tamaya.
2 Dove Rd
Pueblo of Santa Ana, NM 87004