The Pala Tribe works diligently to anticipate any environmental damage they might create. With this in mind, they have developed specific programs in working to preserve the environment.
Since 2002, the Pala Band of Mission Indians has been funding and building homes for tribal members on the reservation.
The Pala Fire Department was established in 1978 with two firefighters working 40 hours a week and staffing a 300-gallon quick attack unit. In 1980, a volunteer program was formed, eventually evolving into a full-time fire department operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Pala Learning Center and Pala Library has set up an education program system; it is for all ages and is open to the public.
Providing for those most in need has always been a priority for members of the Pala Band of Mission Indians.
Final public review of Pala TEIR
Information on enrolling children in the Pala Band's Little Feathers Preschool Program.
Special deals for Tribal Members from Toyota of Escondido
The Pala Band of Mission Indians has a long history of military service. That tradition continues today and is recognized in many ways by the Tribe.
The Pala Raceway is currently open to the public. Gates open at 8 am and tracks open at 9 am. Only day camping is permitted at this time. We will not have a parts counter or snack shack at this time, and they will not be open until further notice. Please be patient and respectful of our staff as we’re still working on getting things up and running.