The Catawba Indian Reservation is located in the Piedmont (foothill) region of South Carolina in York County which is along the northern border of the State. The Reservation is characterized by rolling hills and wooded areas. It is composed of two tracts of land, The Old Reservation and Green Earth. Each of these is bordered on one side by the Catawba River. The section of the Catawba River bordering the reservation is part of the 30 miles of river officially designated by the State of South Carolina as a Scenic River.
The Environmental Services Department is in the process of developing and improving many programs directly affecting the health and protection of both the physical environment, and of the people residing on the Catawba Indian Reservation. Included in these are the development and expansion of an Air Quality Program, a Water Quality Program, an Emergency Preparedness Program, a Natural Resource Management Program, and the Community Water and Sewage Program. Through these programs, and others, we are proud to continue the tradition of being the stewards of our environment.
We look forward to providing updates on these programs to the public, and welcome input and comments that would be helpful in protecting and benefiting from the pristine beauty and bountiful environment of our lands.
Follow the Catawba Indian Nation Environmental Services page on Facebook to keep up with important news and announcements from the department.2023 Green Earth CCR
2022 Annual Drinking Water Quality CCR