The Hopi and Navajo Land dispute and eventual land partitions have kept the chapter from needed development. However, recent improvements have included a Chapter House, pre-school, telephone service, electrical extensions, domestic water development. The Twenty Mutual Help Housing units are occupied. Electrical live power extension nearly covers most of this rural area, The chapter also saw that 100 homes were provided with bathroom mid-decade.
Low Mountain Chapter holds monthly meetings in order to keep the Low Mountain chapter residents informed and have a forum in which to express their opinions to their Navajo Council Delegate or decide on the matters concerning their chapter.