The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe of the Chemehuevi Reservation (Colorado River Numic language: Nüwüwü) is a federally recognized tribe of Chemehuevi people, who are the southernmost branch of Southern Paiute people.
|700 enrolled members, 300 living on reservation|
|Regions with significant populations|
| United States|
( Arizona, California)
|Colorado River Numic language, English|
|Native American Church, Sun Dance, traditional tribal religion, Christianity, Ghost Dance|
|Related ethnic groups|
|other Chemehuevi people|
To celebrate their organization under the Indian Reorganization Act, tribal recognition, and ratifying their constitution, the tribe hosts Nuwuvi Days, an annual festival held during the first weekend in June.
The Chemehuevi Reservation (San Bernardino County, California, bordering Lake Havasu for 25 miles (40 km) and along the Colorado River. The reservation is 30,653 acres (12,405 ha) large and has a population of 345.) is located in
The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe's headquarters is located in Havasu Lake, California. The tribe is governed by a democratically elected, nine-member tribal council. The current administration is as follows.
The reservation is served by the Needles Unified School District.