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    Departments
    • Administration
    • Aging
    • Chairmans Office
    • Child Support
    • Clinic
    • Community Development
    • Community Resource Center
    • Conservation
    • Eagles Nest
    • Early Childhood Services
    • Education
    • Elections
    • Emergency Management
    • Enrollment
    • Environmental Services
    • Finance
    • Food Distribution
    • Gaming Commission
    • Historic Preservation
    • Housing
    • Human Resources
    • Information Technology
    • Insurance
    • Internal Audit
    • Language and Culture
    • Legal Services
    • Lending and Tribal Taxes
    • License and Permits
    • Maehnowesekiyah
    • Maintenance
    • Menominee Nation News
    • Probation
    • Property Management and Acquisition
    • Prosecutor
    • Social Services
    • Transportation
    • Tribal Courts
    • Tribal Jail
    • Tribal Police
    • Tribal School
    • Tribal Utilities
    • Youth Services
Contact

Physical Address:
W2908 Tribal Office Loop Road
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 910
Keshena, WI 54135

Title: Director

Name: James Dudek

Tel: (715) 799-5198

Fax: (715) 799-5197

Email: jdudek@mitw.org
Maintenance



The Menominee Tribal Maintenance Department provides professional, technical, and non-technical support and maintenance services to all tribal programs to create and maintain comfortable, safe, and functional environments. The Menominee Tribal Maintenance Department maintains/manages the Menominee Indian Tribe’s physical plant and assets through efficient utilization of available resources to ensure that the Menominee Indian Tribe can fulfill its mission.


The Menominee Tribal Maintenance Department is responsible for the preservation and upkeep of several tribal buildings that include Tribal Headquarters, Gordon Dickie Center (FIC), Legal Services, Lending & Tax, Neopit Headstart, Meominee Language & Culture Commission, and Recreation Center. Maintenance and Housekeeping staffs are provided for each facility through this department.

If facilities are not adequately maintained on a regular basis, the long term viability of our tribal programs are threatened and the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin along with its tribal members will lose a valuable resource. In order not to lose this valuable resource, the Menominee Tribal Maintenance Department utilizes a computerized software system program called HDS. HDS enables the Tribal Maintenance Department to monitor and schedule routine, deferred, and preventive maintenance. It will also track work requests and material inventory.

Funding for the Menominee Tribal Maintenance Department’s budgets comes from a number of means. The Headquarters, FIC, Legal Services, Recreation, Lending & Tax and MLCC Maintenance Budgets are funded through space rent collections. Neopit Headstart Maintenance Budgets are funded through tribal appropriation. The Maintenance Department has kept expenditures as minimal as possible for all budgets that are funded from space rental collections and tribal appropriation.