Navajo Tribal Utility Authority – an enterprise of the Navajo Nation








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April 18th is National -

“Lineman Appreciation Day”

We’d like to take this time to say “Thank You” to 44 of our electric journeyman linemen who work hard through extreme conditions to make sure that the electric is delivered to our homes and businesses throughout the Navajo Nation. Join us to recognize the dedication of our entire NTUA electric line crew of 63 (including apprentices and helpers). To all of them – we’d like to say Ah’ee’e – we sincerely appreciate the jobs that you do for us – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year.

Welcome to Navajo Tribal Utility Authority Online

Ya’aa’teeh. This year, the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority celebrates its 58th anniversary. In 1959, NTUA started out as a small water utility in Shiprock, NM. In decades since, NTUA has grown into the largest multi-utility enterprise owned and operated by an American Indian tribe. NTUA is proud of its history and celebrates its progress. With teamwork and respect, NTUA employees continue to move forward to provide electric, water, wastewater, natural gas, solar energy, and communications for the great Navajo Nation which spans across northern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico and southeastern Utah. In the Navajo culture, the phrase Naa’haan’deel’nish means We work for You. In keeping with that concept, NTUA works for the People. That has been the primary mission since 1959.