Fire Department & Golden Eagles Hotshots

The Sycuan Fire Department was established on October 11, 1974 to provide the Reservation Residents a much needed service that was not provided by the non-reservation emergency service providers. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, by agreement with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, only provided wildfire suppression for six months during the fire season, but no support towards structure fires because of threats to the wildland. Indian Reservations were left at great risk without any type of fire service for the winter months.

The Sycuan Tribal Police Department is a full-service law enforcement program, providing services to the Sycuan community 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

To support the development of healthy spirits, minds, and bodies in the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, as well as other community members. To ensure Sycuan’s  sovereignty and survival for future generations of Kumeyaay, the Sycuan Education Department is dedicated to providing enrichment programs to address the individual needs of each learner, infant to elder, to build respectful, responsible citizens who retain their identity and culture.

The Sycuan Medical Dental Center provides healthcare to the Native American community and to Sycuan’s employees, their families as well as the surrounding communities.

The Sycuan Tribal Development Corporation serves as the business development arm of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation with the primary objective of expanding and diversifying the economic base and financial interests of the tribe while ensuring the well-being of both tribal members and the broader San Diego Community.

The Sycuan Tribal Development Corporation serves as the business development arm of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation with the primary objective of expanding and diversifying the economic base and financial interests of the tribe while ensuring the well-being of both tribal members and the broader San Diego Community.

The Gaming Commission is responsible for enforcement of all tribal, federal, and state compacting gaming laws. Other Gaming Commission responsibilities consist of conducting backgrounds and determining the suitability of licensing for gaming activities and gaming devices, protecting tribal gaming assets, and ensuring that patrons have been treated safely and fairly in any gaming activity.

Inter-Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Program

Gaming Commission

The Philosophy of the Sycuan Inter-Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation Program (SITVR) is to assist eligible Native Americans with disabilities, by providing quality vocational rehabilitation services consistent with each individual’s strengths, resources, priorities, concerns, abilities, capabilities, and informed choice, so that they may prepare for and enter into gainful and competitive employment.