Under the umbrella of Viejas Enterprises, the Viejas Band is the sole owner and manager of Viejas Casino, Viejas Outlet Center, and Ma-Tar-Awa Recreational Vehicle Park, all located on the reservation. Following nine years as majority stockholders of Borrego Springs Bank, NA, the Viejas Band, using the reverse stock split procedure, purchased total control of the bank. The band also owns Alpine Springs Recreational
In March 2003, Four Fires, LLC, composed of the Viejas Band, together with the San Manuel Band of Serrano Indians, also of California; the Oneida Tribe of Indians and the Forest County Potawatomi Community, both located in Wisconsin, broke ground on a $43 million Residence Inn Capitol by Marriott, located near the Nation's Capitol. The hotel represents the first business venture of the limited partnership and the first tribally owned enterprise in Washington, D.C. The Four Fires tribes and Marriott International held a blessing ceremony, March 3, 2005, as part of the grand opening of the 13-story, 233-suite hotel.
On December 9, 2004, Three Fires, LLC, comprising the Viejas Band, the Oneida Tribe, and the San Manuel Band, with a 62 percent investment of 15th and L Street Investors, LLC, broke ground in Sacramento, Calif. for a $53 million Marriott Residence Inn at 15th and L Streets on Capitol Park, site of the California Capitol. The 15-story, 239 suite hotel, with 30 residential units on the top floors, also includes meeting space, parking, business center, breakfast and evening reception area, fitness center, pool and gift shop. The hotel is located on the last remaining undeveloped piece of private land on Capitol Park.
Any society that sees a marked increase in health care, education and general welfare has a bright future. Under the careful leadership of its democratically elected tribal government, the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians will continue to grow their government programs and teach their children to care for the people, the land, and nurture the Kumeyaay spirit for years to come.