Rincon Fire Department to Receive 2018 Wildfire Mitigation Award

The Rincon Fire Department will receive the 2018 Wildlife Mitigation Award (WMA) during the International Association of Fire Chiefs Wildland-Urban Interface Conference (WUI) in Reno, Nevada on February 28, 2018.

Rincon Band Chairman Receives 2018 CalVet Coin

The Chairman of the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians Bo Mazzetti received the first issued 2018 CalVet Coin during his recent trip to the State Capitol. The symbolism of the CalVet coin honors all California veterans.

SCS Engineers Selected by Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians to Provide Environmental Services

SCS Engineers will provide environmental due diligence services to the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians.

Rincon Band Fire Chief to be Awarded

WHO: Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians Tribal CouncilState Fire Marshal Dennis MathisenAssemblymember Marie Waldron WHAT: Please join the California State Fire Marshal, Assemblymember Marie Waldron and the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians… Read More

Rincon Band Donates to WildFire Relief Efforts

The Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians partnered with Armstrong Feed and Supply in Valley Center to help feed the hundreds of horses displaced by the Lilac fires in North County.

Rincon Breaks Ground

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians recently broke ground on a $20 million tribal government administration building to be completed in summer, 2018.

Rincon Band Donates $300,000 to Palomar Medical Center

The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians has committed $300,000 to the Palomar Health Foundation capital campaign to fund expansion of emergency services at Palomar Medical Center Escondido.

A Good Year for Remembering the American Indian Alaska Native Veterans

“They volunteered in greater numbers than this country’s ever known. But, the freedom they fought for wasn’t theirs when they got home. They lie in humble graves and go unrecognized.

Rincon sponsors Cruisin’ Grand

Steve Waldron of Cruisin’ Grand Friday accepts a sponsorship check from Tishmall Turner, vice-chairman of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians and tribal member John Lara. Other VIPs shown in the photo (whose names we were able to obtain) were Escondido city council members Ed Gallo, Mike Morasco and Deputy Mayor John Masson, Tom Stinson, of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron’s office and Miss Escondido.

New tribal vice chairman wants to serve her people by continuing economic development and preserving sovereignty

Tishmall Turner was recently elected vice chairman of the Rincon tribe. In that capacity, she attended President Trump’s inaugural and met with the new Secretary of the Interior designate Ryan Zinke and the White House Tribal Advisor.