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Jamul Indian Village of California

The Kumeyaay Nation of Southern California can be traced back 12,000 years, with first European contact occurring in San Diego Bay in 1524. Jamul Indian Village of California, one of 13 bands of the Kumeyaay Nation federally recognized as a Sovereign Nation, traces its roots to these natives.

Jamul Indian Village of California strives to provide a greater quality of life for its people. Providing educational opportunities, healthcare, and sufficient housing today will open the doors of tomorrow for the people of Jamul Indian Village of California.

Corrected Cover Letter Final SEIS
Corrected Federal Register Letter

Final SEIS Files:
Final SEIS Vol I Main Doc June 2016 pdf
Final SEIS Vol II Appendices June 2016 pdf
Final SEIS Vol III RTC Doc June 2016 pdf

Jamul Environmental Documents:
Volume 1 = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Main Document)
Volume II = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Appendices)
Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Final TEE (January 2013)
Addendum to Final Tribal Environmental Evaluation; Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Project (February 2014)
Addendum: Long Soil Nails (June 2014)
Addendum Temporary Construction Staging (October 2014)
Wastewater Addendum: Tribal Environmental Evaluation (April 2015)

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Due to ongoing construction at the Jamul Indian Village, there is limited access to the Tribal Office and therefore, we have arranged to have the SEIS document available for public review during normal business hours at the following public libraries:

San Diego County Library
Rancho San Diego Branch Library
11555 Via Rancho San Diego
El Cajon, CA 92019

San Diego County Library
Spring Valley Branch Library
836 Kempton Street
San Diego, CA 91977

San Diego County Library
Casa de Oro Branch Library
9805 Campo Road #180
Spring Valley, CA 91977

Jamul Indian Village of California

The Kumeyaay Nation of Southern California can be traced back 12,000 years, with first European contact occurring in San Diego Bay in 1524. Jamul Indian Village of California, one of 13 bands of the Kumeyaay Nation federally recognized as a Sovereign Nation, traces its roots to these natives.

Jamul Indian Village of California strives to provide a greater quality of life for its people. Providing educational opportunities, healthcare, and sufficient housing today will open the doors of tomorrow for the people of Jamul Indian Village of California.

Jamul Environmental Documents:
Volume 1 = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Main Document)
Volume II = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Appendices)
Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Final TEE (January 2013)
Addendum to Final Tribal Environmental Evaluation; Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Project (February 2014)
Addendum: Long Soil Nails (June 2014)
Addendum Temporary Construction Staging (October 2014)
Wastewater Addendum: Tribal Environmental Evaluation (April 2015)

Click here for all SEIS Incorporation by Reference Documents

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Due to ongoing construction at the Jamul Indian Village, there is limited access to the Tribal Office and therefore, we have arranged to have the SEIS document available for public review during normal business hours at the following public libraries:

San Diego County Library
Rancho San Diego Branch Library
11555 Via Rancho San Diego
El Cajon, CA 92019

San Diego County Library
Spring Valley Branch Library
836 Kempton Street
San Diego, CA 91977

San Diego County Library
Casa de Oro Branch Library
9805 Campo Road #180
Spring Valley, CA 91977

Jamul Indian Village of California

The Kumeyaay Nation of Southern California can be traced back 12,000 years, with first European contact occurring in San Diego Bay in 1524. Jamul Indian Village of California, one of 13 bands of the Kumeyaay Nation federally recognized as a Sovereign Nation, traces its roots to these natives.

Jamul Indian Village of California strives to provide a greater quality of life for its people. Providing educational opportunities, healthcare, and sufficient housing today will open the doors of tomorrow for the people of Jamul Indian Village of California.

Jamul Environmental Documents:
Volume 1 = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Main Document)
Volume II = Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Appendices)
Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Final TEE (January 2013)
Addendum to Final Tribal Environmental Evaluation; Jamul Indian Village Gaming Development Project (February 2014)
Addendum: Long Soil Nails (June 2014)
Addendum Temporary Construction Staging (October 2014)
Wastewater Addendum: Tribal Environmental Evaluation (April 2015)

Click here for all SEIS Incorporation by Reference Documents

More Relevant Documents – Click Here

Due to ongoing construction at the Jamul Indian Village, there is limited access to the Tribal Office and therefore, we have arranged to have the SEIS document available for public review during normal business hours at the following public libraries:

San Diego County Library
Rancho San Diego Branch Library
11555 Via Rancho San Diego
El Cajon, CA 92019

San Diego County Library
Spring Valley Branch Library
836 Kempton Street
San Diego, CA 91977

San Diego County Library
Casa de Oro Branch Library
9805 Campo Road #180
Spring Valley, CA 91977