Poarch Band of Creek Indians
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A part of Alabama’s history, its present, and its future.

The Reservation is located eight miles northwest of Atmore, AL, in rural Escambia County. With a fully functioning Tribal Government and more than 2,900 Tribal Citizens, the Poarch Creek Indians continues to guide the Tribe towards a position of self-sufficiency and good citizenship throughout the community. The Tribe’s determination to maintain both its identity and inherent right to self-govern is evident by its continued efforts to preserve its Tribal culture. We are a nation with lands that border other communities, and the work we do to improve life for our Alabama neighbors, as well as all Tribal Citizens, show that good will and a strong community can build a better place for all.

Our Heritage Runs Deep

The Poarch Creek Indians’ roots go back to the Tribe’s beginnings in Alabama. The early Creeks were resourceful and self-sufficient, living according to the rhythm of the land. Learn more about our story including the journey of self-determination and perseverance to our modern-day Tribe.

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For Tribal Bill Pay login assistance, contact Candy Byrd at (251) 368-9136 ext 2006 or cbyrd@pci-nsn.gov

The Roundhouse is accessible to Tribal Citizens and Tribal Government Employees only. For login assistance, please email theroundhouse@pci-nsn.gov or call Sharon Delmar at (251) 368-9136 ext 2216