Pala Transfer Station Disposal Rates

The Pala Transfer Station is open Monday – Saturday from 8 am – 4 pm (loads accepted until 3:45 pm).

Pala Transfer Station Disposal Rates

TRASH TRUCK LOADS
Up to 800 lbs. – $50
801 lbs. to 2,000 lbs. (1 ton) – $80*
2001 lbs. to 4,000 lbs. (2 ton) – $160*
     *one ton = 2,000 lbs., $80/ton after 2,000 lbs.

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE
Household Appliances – $30 each
Refrigerators – $40 each
Sofas – $20 each
Large Chairs/Recliners – $10 each
Mattresses – $10 each

TIRES
Car tires – $5 each
SUV tires – $10 each
Truck tires – $15 each

SURCHARGES – LONG ITEMS
Surcharge for 12 ft. items – $80 each*
Surcharge for 12 ft. to 20 ft. items- $100 each*
     *plus the weight at $80/ton

CLEAN GREEN LOADS
Up to 800 lbs. – $50
801 lbs. to 2,000 lbs. (1 ton) – $80*
2001 lbs. to 4,000 lbs. (2 ton) – $160*
     *one ton = 2,000 lbs., $80/ton after 2,000 lbs.

Tree Stump Surcharge – $80 each*
     *plus the weight at $80/ton

Pala Transfer Station
For more information contact the Pala Transfer Station:
760-742-1781 | alovato@palatribe.com | ped.palatribe.com/pala-transfer-station.

Pala Environmental Department
For more information contact the Pala Environment Department:
760-891-3510 | ped@palatribe.com | ped.palatribe.com.

Pala Band of Mission Indians Pala Transfer Station Disposal Rates

Cancellation of Annual Honoring Traditions Pow Wow

Pala, CA – The Pala Band of Mission Indians and the Cupa Cultural Center announces the cancellation of the Annual Honoring Traditions Gathering and Pow Wow.

Since 2008, Pala’s Cupa Cultural Center has organized the powwow on behalf of the Pala community, and their efforts led to nationwide recognition of the event. The Honoring Traditions Powwow has drawn participants from all over the United States and Canada, and we have been honored to welcome dancers, community members, vendors, spectators, and honored guests to the Pala Reservation.

Over the years, thousands of dancers have competed and displayed their talents across a spectrum of categories, from jingle and fancy to traditional, grass, and chicken. It has been a pleasure to have visitors from all over the country and from so many different cultures and communities come to Pala.

We would like to thank all of the dancers and their families for coming to Pala and participating over the years, as well as all the vendors, spectators, and guests. We also recognize the vital contributions of our emcees, arena directors, and scorekeepers.

Finally, we would also like to recognize the work of the Cupa Cultural Center staff in organizing and overseeing the Honoring Traditions Gathering & Powwow over the years, and thank the people of Pala for their support.

Cupa Cultural Center
For more information contact the Cupa Cultural Center:
760-891-3590 | cupa@palatribe.com | cupa.palatribe.com.

Propane Tank Maintenance July 30-31, 2018

Fallbrook Propane will be performing tank maintenance on Monday, July 30 and Tuesday, July 31 from 9 pm until 4 am.

The tanks are located in the western parking lot of the Pala Casino.

During this time, you will see flames. DO NOT BE ALARMED. The Pala Fire Department is working closely with Fallbrook Propane to ensure the safety of Pala residents and Pala Casino patrons.

Contact the Pala Fire Department with questions or concerns: 760-742-1632.

Pala Cool Zones

During excessive heat, Pala has established two cool zones:

Pala Fire Department: Training Room or Main Station (depending on meetings)

Pala Fitness Center: Break Room or Basketball Courts

Call the Pala Fire Department at 760-742-1632 or the Pala Fitness Center at 760-891-3503 for more information.

Pala Pool Summer Hours

PALA POOL
SUMMER HOURS
12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

June 15, 2018 – Pala Band of Mission Indians

The Pala Pool is now open to the public 7 days a week from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • No fees
  • Required to sign-in on a waiver sheet with the pool monitor
  • Open 7 days a week from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Pala Mini Mart Pump Closures

PUMP CLOSURES
PALA MINI MART
Wednesday, June 13th, 2018
12:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.

June 1, 2018 – Pala Casino Spa Resort

All fuel pumps at the Pala Mini Mart will be closed for testing on Wednesday, June 13, 2018, from 12:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Suspending Burning Permits

PROCLAMATION
SUSPENDING BURNING PERMITS AND OTHER USES OF OPEN FIRE
Effective at 8:00 am on May 14, 2018

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY AND FIRE PROTECTION
CAL FIRE
San Diego Unit
PROCLAMATION
SUSPENDING BURNING PERMITS AND OTHER USES OF OPEN FIRE

May 11, 2018

Due to the extreme menace of destruction by fire to life, improved property, or natural resources caused by critical fire weather and acute dryness of vegetation; and/or fire suppression forces being heavily committed to control fires; and, under authority vested in me by the Director of the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection as per section 4423.1 of the Public Resources Code, I hereby suspend, except within the incorporated cities, the privileges of burning by permit and other uses of open fire in the geographic area described as:

ALL STATE RESPONSIBILITY AREA LANDS WITHIN THE COUNTY / COUNTIES OF SAN DIEGO

Campfires within organized campgrounds or on private property that are otherwise permitted will be allowed if the campfire is maintained in such a manner as to prevent its spread to the wildland.

In accordance with section 4423.2 of the Public Resources Code, state rangers or other authorized agents of the Director of Forestry and Fire Protection may issue restricted temporary burning permits whenever it can be shown that burning or use of open fire is essential for reasons of public health, safety, or welfare.

This order shall become effective at 8:00 am on May 14, 2018, and remain in effect until I formally terminate this proclamation.

Tony Mecham
Unit Chief
Monte Vista Unit

Road Repairs Continuing in Pala

Road Repairs
Pala Reservation
Through May 11, 2018

The Pala Band advises the community to expect detours and delays for road repairs continuing through May 11th. Please use caution.

To expedite the completion of the project, please keep vehicles off the streets.

Road sealing, patching, speed hump installation, and striping are taking place on these dates and locations:

  • April  23rd – 25th:  Road sealing: Moro Road, Chutnicutt Road
  • April  26th: Speed hump striping: Moro Road, Chutnicutt Road
  • April 26th – 27th: Asphalt patching and speed humps: Remijio Street, Robles Way, Oak Drive
  • April  30th – May 1st: Road sealing: Trujillo Road, Owlinguish Road, La Chusa Road, Quashish Road, Sycamore Lane
  • May  2nd: Speed hump striping: Trujillo Road, Owlinguish Road, La Chusa Road, Quashish Road, Sycamore Lane
  • May 3rd – 4th: Road sealing: Nejo Road, Jackson Circle, Nolasquez Way, Smith Lane, Robles Way, Remijio Street
  • May 7th – 8th: Speed hump striping: Nejo Road, Jackson Circle, Nolasquez Way, Smith Lane, Robles Way, Remijio Street
  • May 9th – 10th: Road sealing: Henderson Road
  • May 11th: Speed hump striping: Henderson Road

The Pala Band appreciates the cooperation and patience of residents and visitors to the Pala area during this project. For additional information and updates visit www.palatribe.com.

ROAD REPAIRS
CONTINUING THROUGH MAY 11TH
EXPECT DELAYS AND DETOURS

Road Repairs

Road Repairs
Pala Reservation
April 9 – April 20, 2018

The Pala Band advises the community to expect detours and delays for road repairs from April 9th through April 20th. Please use caution.

To expedite the completion of the project, please keep vehicles off the streets.

The following roads are affected:

  • Moro Road
  • Nejo Road, Jackson Circle, Nolasquez Way, Smith Lane, Robles Way, Remijio Road
  • Trujillo Road, Owlinguish, La Chusa Road, Quashish Road
  • Chutnicutt Road
  • Henderson Road
  • Oaks Road, Michac Lane, Chavez Circle, Scholder Place
  • Sycamore Lane
  • San Antonio de Pala, Mission Chapel, Museum and Vivian Banks School parking lots
  • Lilac Road

The Pala Band appreciates the cooperation and patience of residents and visitors to the Pala area during this project. For additional information and updates visit www.palatribe.com.

ROAD REPAIRS
APRIL 9TH-20TH
EXPECT DELAYS AND DETOURS

Recycle Challenge

Recycle Challenge
Pala Environmental Department
April 15 – June 15, 2018

This spring, recycle for Pala youth. Recycle everything you can.

  • Cans
  • Glass
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Styrofoam
  • Plastic

Help out the kids and community. Money the tribe receives from recyclables will be put forward to the Pala Youth Garden.

Questions? Contact the Pala Environment Department at 760-891-3510.