Shingle Springs Rancheria Tribal Court

The Shingle Springs Rancheria is a federally recognized tribe with approximately 160 acres of reservation land in El Dorado County. The tribe has just over 300 enrolled members.


The Shingle Springs Rancheria Tribal Court was established in November of 2010. The Court aims to further the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians’ tribal sovereignty and tribal government while providing the community a culturally sensitive and equitable process for settling legal matters. Currently, the Tribal Court has a trial court for civil matters that can include; enrollment, elections, assignments or land laws, environmental laws, housing laws, building codes, children’s codes, peace and security codes and other civil laws passed by the Tribal Council. The Tribal Court does not hear criminal cases at this time.
Chief Judge:  Christine Williams

Clerk of the Court:  Chatira Gallegos
Office: (530) 698-1446

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1340
Shingle Springs, CA 95682

Physical Address:
5281 Honpie Road
Placerville, CA 95667

Main Phone Number: (530) 698-1400

Main Fax Number: (530) 676-8033


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