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"All Roads lead to Navajo"

The Navajo Nation has a mix of urban growth centers with infrastructure in place and vast acreage of undeveloped land. In this vast acreage, the lack of infrastructure is a major challenge for the development of the Navajo economy. However, in a time of limited revenues, the Navajo Nation and the 110 local government chapters have the ability to use bond financing via the Local Governance Act to generate revenue for the purposes of infrastructure development projects.

Although infrastructure is limited, planning is underway to improve communications, roads, utility systems, and transportation. The Navajo Nation will continue to address issues regarding its current infrastructure to provide better access for business and community development.



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