Southern Ute Indian Tribe business activity generates millions of dollars each year for La Plata and Archuleta Counties. The Tribe is aggressively creating and operating new businesses both on and off Reservation in the areas of oil and gas production, natural gas gathering, real estate development, housing construction, and gaming. The Tribe is currently the largest employer in La Plata County and supports many area non-profit organizations.
Southern Ute Permanent Fund
The Tribe’s Permanent Fund includes the core governmental operations of the organization. Interested businesses should visit the purchasing vendors page to apply for registration in our database.
Southern Ute Growth Fund
The Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund operates and manages the Southern Ute Indian Tribe’s businesses and business investments. In this role, the Growth Fund oversees a significant portfolio of companies and investments in energy, real estate, construction, and private equity. The Growth Fund’s headquarters are located in the heart of the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in Ignacio, Colorado.
Sky Ute Casino and Resort
The Sky Ute Casino and Resort features gaming, lodging, restaurants, meetings and banquets, bowling and entertainment.
Southern Ute Shared Services
Southern Ute Shared Services (SUSS) provides information technology-related services supporting and enabling the vision, mission and business outcomes for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and it’s business and governmental entities. Which include the Southern Ute Growth Fund, Permanent Fund, Sky Ute Casino and their affiliated business units, departments and divisions.
KSUT Public Radio is a Colorado 501-C3 non-profit corporation in its 33rd broadcast year and has over 40,000 listeners around the region. KSUT provides two radio stations: Southern Ute Tribal Radio 91.3 FM serving the Southern Ute Indian Tribe and the communities of Ignacio and Bayfield with Native American and local programming; and Four Corners Public Radio serving 14 different communities from Durango, Colorado to Farmington, New Mexico with national, local and international news, an eclectic music mix and cultural programming.
The Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. (SUCAP) is one of the largest and most accomplished independent, non-profit organizations on the Western Slope of Colorado. Created by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe on October 10, 1966, SUCAP received its non-profit corporate certification as an independent entity in 1967.
Road Runner Stage Lines
Road Runner Stage Lines is operated by Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. (SUCAP) in partnership with Greyhound Lines, Inc., The Colorado Department of Transportation, and the Federal Transit Administration.