Tribal Government

The Tribal Government of the Jamul Indian Village of California strives to provide a greater quality of life for members by providing educational opportunities, adequate health care, and sufficient housing to build a legacy of economic self-reliance for our tribal members and future generations. These goals can be achieved through investing our time and energies into economic ventures that will free our tribal members from government assistance and provide a well-established economic base.

The Jamul Indian Village of California is governed by the General Council, which is composed of all qualified voters age 18 and older. The General Council is led by the Tribal Council, an elected body, which represents the tribal government and carries out the enactments of the General Council and other duties and responsibilities delegated to it.

Tribal Government

The Tribal Government of the Jamul Indian Village of California strives to provide a greater quality of life for members by providing educational opportunities, adequate health care, and sufficient housing to build a legacy of economic self-reliance for our tribal members and future generations. These goals can be achieved through investing our time and energies into economic ventures that will free our tribal members from government assistance and provide a well-established economic base.