Tsé Dildǫ́’ii 

Our Story

Photo Credit: Kenji Kawano

1,170 People

Land area

78,100 acres. Hardrock lost nearly two-thirds of its land area when the Navajo-Hopi land dispute was settled.

Major clans

‘Áshįįhí,Naakaii Dine’é, Chíshí, Tábąąhą́, Tł’ááshchí’í


Resilient people, exceptional petroglyphs, building stone, a school and trading post


Treacherous dirt roads, feral horses, overgrazing, how to provide for chapter residents residing on Hopi Partitioned Land, shared jurisdiction of roads (source: Navajo Times, April 25, 2013)

Tsé Dildǫ́’ii in Navajo, refers to the stony outcrops quarried for thousands of years as building material. Even today, people haul rocks from the ridges to build foundations for their homes.

Chapter Officials

President | Jay Begay Jr.

Vice-President | Byron Wesley

Secretary/Treasurer | Lavon N. Begay

Grazing Official| Aaron Simonson

Council Delegate | Jimmy Yellowhair

Chapter Hours:

Monday: 8am-5pm

Tuesday: 8am-5pm

Wednesday: 8am-5pm

Thursday: 8am-5pm

Friday: 8am-5pm

Sat & Sun: CLOSED

Closed Daily for Lunch 12pm-1pm

Drive Up Services ONLY

Mask is required

Chapter Personnel

Chapter Service Coordinator | Vacant

Accounts Maintenance Specialist | Christina Corranguez

Hardrock Chapter Planning Meeting

April 1, 2021 @ 4pm Call in: (701)791-9611

Hardrock Chapter Regular Meeting

April 8, 2021 @ 4pm Call in: (701)791-9611