ABOUT THE COYOTE VALLEY BAND OF POMO INDIANS
The Coyote Valley Reservation is approximately 70 acres and is located in Mendocino County. The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians currently has 404 Tribal members. The Tribe also has governmental offices, which employ 25 people. The Tribe has a number of different programs that operate within the reservation to assist Tribal members and members of the surrounding communities.
The Tribe has formed the Coyote Valley Community Outreach Program, which has given over $400,000 over the past 10 years to a variety of charitable organizations, including the Redwood Valley Fire Department, the American Cancer Society-Mendocino County, American Red Cross-Ukiah, the Boys and Girls Club of Ukiah and the California Highway Adoption Program.