Morongo Band of Mission Indians employs a variety of support and professional personnel to assist in daily operations. Morongo Tribal Administration and Enterprises is comprised of Social Services, Fire Department, Public Works, Education Services, Canyon Lanes Bowling Center, Morongo Travel Center, Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon, Hadley Fruit Orchards, and much more.
The Morongo Realty Department assists the Tribe and individual Tribal Members with all matters related to real property management, including Fee To Trust applications, residential and commercial leasing, land sales and appraisals, estate planning through the American Indian Probate Reform Act and Indian Land Consolidation. We oversee management of the historical and current records of tribal and individual trust lands.
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians Water Department under the direction the of Reservation Services Administrator’s office has the responsibility to provide a safe, reliable, and potable water supply to the reservation residents and commercial Enterprises. This department also maintains, operates, and provides non-potable water to residents where it is available including the canyon irrigation systems. The Tribe under the direction of the US Environmental Protection Agency conforms to the Safe Drinking Water Act and all regulatory rules. A water conservation plan was developed to help maintain and assure that our most precious natural resource is protected. Also our department oversees the operations staff at the Tribal Wastewater reclamation facility and the domestic water system located at Tukwet Canyon Golf.
Morongo Child and Family Services is a department under Morongo Social Services that provides the Morongo Community with all services related to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) and provides families in crisis with access to community resources with an emphasis in empowering, protecting, preserving and strengthening our families.