Citizens of the Osage Nation wanting to live in Pawhuska Indian Village have to complete a lot application. If you would like to mortgage an home, Bank2 will help you facilitate the process. Bank2 will work with Osage Nation Realty and the Bureau of Indian Affairs to obtain the proper paper work to mortgage property of trust land.
The Pawhuska Indian Village is sometimes referred to as “Indian Camp.” Through the aid of Minnesota Housing Partnership, the Five Man Board has embarked on an effort to improve the quality of life of each person which come into contact with the Pawhuska Indian Village. Indian CAMP refers to Creative Approaches to Mindful Play. The following projects are forecasted for Indian C.A.M.P.:
- Installation of a playground on the west end of the square
- A regulation size basketball court with awning, lights, fencing, bleachers
- Upgrade of Edward Red Eagle Park
- Planning a new Wakon Iron Hall
One housekeeper maintains the village buildings.
Each year the Five Man Board sponsors dumpers to dispose of large items.
Every summer the Pawhuska Indian Village runs a summer yard and maintenance crew for the 160 acres. Duties include general clean-up, mowing, weeding, tree trimming, and overall improvement of Pawhuska Indian Village.