Judicial Branch HOLIDAYS

The Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation gives notice that the courts shall observe the following the following holidays declared by the Navajo Nation government and the federal government. Additional holidays are declared by the Chief Justice pursuant to authority in the Revised (November 08, 2010) Judicial Branch Employee Policies and Procedures at Section 33 Holidays (A).
New Year's Day December 31, 2021 (observed)
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day January 17, 2022
President's Day February 21, 2022
Good Friday * April 15, 2022
Navajo Nation Sovereignty Day April 25, 2022
Navajo Nation Police Officers Day May 13, 2022 (observed)
Memorial Day May 30, 2022
Navajo Nation Memorial Day June 1, 2022
Independence Day July 4, 2022
Navajo Code Talker Day August 15, 2022 (observed)
Labor Day September 5, 2022
Veterans Day November 11, 2022
Thanksgiving Eve* November 23, 2022
Thanksgiving Day November 24, 2022
Navajo Nation Family Day November 25, 2022
Christmas Eve* December 23, 2022 (observed)
Christmas Day December 26, 2022 (observed)
New Year's Eve* January 2, 2023 (observed)
*Additional holiday declared by the Chief Justice. Appropriate notices shall be posted on the doors to inform the public. All inquiries should be referred to the Court Administrator.