DCRM not only conducts large-scale archaeological inventories for clients, we also help with the Navajo Nation home site clearance process by conducting archaeological surveys of proposed home site locations.

 

Our prices vary according to the distance to a proposed home site location and if the request is made by a private individual or the Navajo Nation government. Please contact our office for pricing.

 

Should you wish to hire DCRM for a home site archaeological survey, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Call us to determine price.

  2. Download and complete the request form found on this page.

  3. Bring in the completed request form, a payment in full (check or money order), and a copy of the legal survey. If you do not know what a legal survey is, please look at the example found on this page.

DCRM usually completes home site projects in about two to three weeks before we submit it to the Navajo Nation Historic Preservation Department for compliance review.

 

For the most up-to-date policies regarding home site clearances on the Navajo Nation, please visit www.dinehbikeyah.org.

DCRM Homesite Request Form
Navajo Nation Home Site Lease Process
Navajo Legal Plat
Example of a Legal Survey Plat

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