DPL participated in the LIBERATION DAY parade on July 4, 2016.

Our new DPL Secretary

Senate confirmation hearing for the appointment of Ms. Marianne Teregeyo as the new DPL Secretary.

Managaha Island

Visit Managaha Island While Vacationing in Saipan. Located off the coast of Saipan, Managaha Island is the most popular of all tourist attractions on Saipan.

Festivals and Celebrations

Festivals and Celebrations in the Northern Marianas. Saipan, Tinian and Rota have many events throughout the year to celebrate holidays and other festivals.Tempera will be able to fulfil as well.

Flame Tree

Spectacular Flame Trees in Bloom on Saipan. In May these beautiful trees are celebrated with the annual Flame Tree Festival.

Hafa Adai, Tirow and Hello!
Welcome to the Department of Public Lands' website.

Since its inception in 1979, the current DPL has taken giant steps in having an active role in the caretaking, management, and disposition of public lands in the CNMI. February 22, 2006 was a milestone in the history of the DPL. Public Law 15-2 allowed the administration to assume control of the former autonomous agency, the Marianas Public Lands Authority (MPLA) thus allowing a time of reflection and clarification of corporate objectives within the agency.



RFPs Announcement

RFPs Announcement
Click to see the available Request for Proposals.

Investing in the CNMI

Investing in the CNMI
The DPL partners with its lessees, which include worldwide brands such as the Hyatt, Shimizu Corporation, Mobil Oil, Shell Oil, and Pacific Telecom Inc.,..

Visit the Mariana Islands

Visit the Mariana Islands
The mission of the Marianas Visitors Authority is to promote and develop the Northern Mariana Islands as a premier destination of choice for visitors from throughout the world while providing a maximum quality of life for our people.

2016 LIBERATION DAY

2016 LIBERATION DAY
Department of Public Lands participated in the 2016 LIBERATION DAY Parade on July 04, 2016.


MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Department of Public Lands (DPL), as trustees for public lands in the Commonwealth, is to develop and adopt a strategic land use plan that promotes cultural and economic growth for the benefit of our present and future generations. The plan provides for the efficient and effective services in the management, use, disposition and development of public lands for the economic and social betterment of the Commonwealth.