Mazzetti and Turner Re-elected to Rincon Tribal Council

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians rang in the New Year with a new addition to the Council, following an election where three seats were up for nominations.

Rincon Fire Chief Ed Hadfield Recognized for 35 years of Fire Service

Dedication, commitment, excellence, courage and perseverance. On January 8th the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians in conjunction with the offices of California Senator Brian Jones, Assembly Woman Marie Waldron, and Supervisor Jim Desmond, all recognized Rincon Fire Chief Ed Hadfield for 35 years in the California fire service.

Rincon & San Pasqual Inter-Tribal Ambulance

Rincon & San Pasqual Inter-Tribal Ambulance

The Rincon and San Pasqual Tribes Celebrate the Unveiling of the Inter-Tribal Ambulance Service

First of its kind in the State of CA Valley Center, CA… The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians and the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians will celebrate the unveiling of the… Read More

3R Brewery Launches Variety 12-Pack Just In Time for Holidays

From the November/December 2020 issue of the Rincon Voice The Rincon Economic Development Corporation (REDCO) has been hard at work for the Rincon Tribe through the rebranding and success of the Rincon… Read More

Rincon Receives Hero Award from North County Food Bank

From the November/December 2020 issue of the Rincon Voice The Rincon Tribe was recently selected to receive the Corporate and Foundation Hero Award by the North County Food Bank. The award was… Read More

Rincon Tribe Supports Bill to Protect Cultural Resources in California

From the July/August 2020 Issue of the Rincon Voice

Community Sponsorships – Rincon Proudly Supports Organizations

From the January/February Issue of the Rincon Voice

Small Tribe, Huge Impact

New Study Shows the Rincon Tribe Drives Regional Economy Valley Center, CA… A new Economic Impact Study reveals Rincon’s tremendous positive impact across southern California and throughout San Diego County. In 2018,… Read More

Rincon Clean-Up Day

Saturday, October 5, 2019
8am – 5pm