P.O. Box 10

Round Rock, Arizona 86547

Ya'at'eeh to the Community of Tse'nikani

Our Vision

To Be a Healthy, Safe, Clean, Friendly, and Self-sufficient Community That Values Culture And Natural Resources

Our Mission

To Protect, Promote, And Preserve Our Valuable Resources For Prosperity, Self-sufficiency, And In The Best Interest Of Our Community

Our Values

K’é, Accountability Individuality, Dignity Responsibility, Teamwork, Honor Cultural Competency, Honesty, Pride, Quality


Round Rock Community is known by two names: Tsenikani (Flat Plated Rocks) and Bis Doolizh Deezahi (Blue Pointed Mesa). Round Rock Chapter is located in the north central part of the Navajo Nation within Apache County, Arizona.  A majority of Round Rock’s population maintain the rural setting of the chapter area.

Round Rock Chapter holds monthly meetings in order to keep the Round Rock Chapter residents informed and have a quorum in which to express their opinions to their Navajo Council Delegate or decide on the matters concerning their chapter.

Attention College Students:

Chapter Scholarship

Fall Session Deadline:  September 30, 2022

Spring Session Deadline: January 31, 2023

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