About the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians:


Welcome!  The Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of Stewarts Point Rancheria is a Federally Recognized Tribe located in Sonoma County of California.


Link to the Job Placement & Training Facebook Page and LinkedIn Page






The following documents have information on the Sewer Upgrade Project, and the instructions for bidding on the Project:

CA 10-E07_Bid_Info_Kashia Addendum_04.10.2015.pdf – Adobe Acrobat Pro



The Department of Environmental Planning is taking comments on the final draft of the Solid Waste Management Plan Update till close of business on May 8, 2015. Comments may be email, faxed, mailed or hand delivered to the Tribal Office.

 The Plan is available on the Tribe’s website for download and viewing.

SPR Solid Waste Plan update_04.03.2015

 Please address comments to:

Nina Hapner, Director of Environmental Planning, email:  nina@stewartspoint.org

Certified Employment Group

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

1:00pm to 2:00pm

1420 Guerneville Road, Suite 3

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Certified Employment Group

Workforce Investment Act Informational Meeting

Thursday, April 23, 2015

11:00am to 3:30pm

1420 Guerneville Road, Suite 3 Santa Rosa CA

                               WIA Flyer


Santa Rosa Junior College Career Expo
April 22, 10am – 1:30pm
Bertolini Dining Commons
more info at www.santarosa.edu/career
Legal Aid of Sonoma County 2015 Workshops
144 South E Street, Suite 100, Santa Rosa
Arrive at 5:15pm to register, workshops begin at 5:30pm (cost for each workshop is $10)
  • Driver’s License Retrieval:  April 8, May 5, June 9 – reinstating your license for criminal or administrative issues
  • Cleaning Up Criminal Records:  April 9, May 6, June 10 – determine if you qualify to have your convictions dismissed, bring your criminal docket from court
  • Family Law/Custody:  April 15, May 12, June 16 – divorce, child support, custody information
  • What to Do If You Get Stopped:  May 13 – know your rights if stopped by law enforcement
  • DUI/Medical Marijuana/Car Accidents:  April 16, June 17 – know your rights and the law as it applies to you
  • Debt Collection/Bankruptcy:  April 23, May 20, June 24 – is bankruptcy right for you?  The process and options
Sweat Equity Opportunity!
Burbank Housing is now planning a ‘sweat equity’ development called Catalina Townhomes.  Sweat equity means you contribute work as part of your payment for a new home – you help build it!  If you have not owned a home in the past 3 years, meet income requirements, have good credit, low debt and stable employment, and can work up to 30 hours per week during construction you may be qualified to become a homeowner at below today’s housing market prices.  Contact Burbank Housing at 707-526-9782 or go to www.catalinatownhomes.com



Drought_Declaration_August 7 2014-Signed


The Kashia Band of Pomo Indians were the first inhabitants of the coastal Sonoma County area around Fort Ross. The Kashia lived in lands that extended from the Gualala River in the North to Duncan’s Point south of the Russian River.  From the West, Kashia territory extended from the pacific coast over coastal mountain ranges down the Warm Springs Creek to the confluence of Dry Creek, thirty miles inland.   An estimated 1,500 people inhabited this area pre-contact, and migrated seasonally throughout this territory to take full advantage of the resources for their subsistence.  By 1870, only 3 villages remained and by 1914, the United States Federal Government began the process of taking land into Trust, establishing the Stewarts Point Rancheria.

The Kashia Band of Pomo Indians has approximately 860 members, with the majority of Tribal members residing in Sonoma, Mendocino, Lake and Napa Counties which is the service area for the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of Stewarts point Rancheria.  The Kashia Band of Pomo Indians has a Tribal Government Office located in Santa Rosa, California.


On February 14, 2015 The General Council of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians passed a Resolution to move forward with the development of an 8 (a) business.  Information regarding this program follows at the link below.


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