Rincon Tribal Council
The Rincon Tribal Council consists of Bo Mazzetti, Vice Chair Tishmall Turner and Council members Laurie E. Gonzalez, John Constantino and Joseph Linton. Rincon Tribal Council Members are democratically elected by a… Read More
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rincon Government Center is temporarily closed to the public.
As always, Tribal Council is available to answer any of your questions or concerns. They may be reached by calling (760) 749-1051 or click here to email them directly. For local County of San Diego updates on the COVID-19, please visit the County's Coronavirus Webpage. To view the California Surgeon General’s Playbook: Stress Relief for Caregivers and Kids during COVID-19 Click here.
We are the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians, a sovereign government recognized by the United States of America.
Our ancestors date back over 10,000 years, leaving behind a resilient cultural heritage.
We invite you to become familiar with our tribal government; how we govern; meet our obligations; and uphold our traditions and culture. Critical to the government’s ability to care for the Rincon people and land are the tribe’s commercial enterprises.
Harrah’s Resort Southern California, owned by the Rincon Band, is a major source of government revenue for our tribe. A wide range of gaming and hospitality venues, together with other enterprises and investments, allow us to meet our primary goal of sustaining the well-being of our people. We share proudly in the regional economy by providing jobs and investing in surrounding communities through charitable donations and by underwriting public safety services.
Come on in…check out what’s new; find a tribal department; apply for a job; a community contribution; or come out and play at Harrah’s Resort Southern California.
Thanks for visiting.
The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians has received a grant from the Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS) funded through the Tribal Heritage Grant program, Historic Preservation Fund. The grant is for the survey and inventory of Adobe and Wámkish sites, which are the tribe’s cultural areas on the Rincon Indian Reservation.