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Support your Local Chamber! Your membership helps sponsor and support the Visitor Information, Tourism / Recreation Office, located in Greenville. The IVCC provides services for Visitors, Businesses, and Residents of the Beautiful Indian Valley. Those services include insurance for various community events, sponsorship and support for community events, promotion of Tourism and Recreation here, Welcome signs, and many more items that support Local businesses, non-profits, and a sense of community! 


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Indian Valley, CA

Nestled in the intersection of the Sierra Nevada and the Cascade mountain ranges lies a magical place we call home—Indian Valley. This valley, surrounded by alpine peaks and speckled with grazing cattle and streams, includes the communities of Greenville, Taylorsville, and Crescent Mills, and its serenity makes it a perfect destination for scenic driving or road bicycling.

Indian Valley has a rich history of inhabitation by the Mountain Maidu whose presence long preceded that of the white man. 

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Indian Valley, CA

Early settlers arrived to the area in the 1800s, giving rise to an era of mining, logging, and ranching that shaped the culture of modern day Indian Valley.

About 150 years ago, white settlers claimed a 2,300-acre Northern Sierra valley that had long been home to the Mountain Maidu. Eventually, the parcel was granted to Pacific Gas and Electric Company. When the utility went bankrupt in 2001, a search began for a new owner to conserve the valley’s forests and streams “in perpetuity for public purposes.” The Maidu, a tribe of about 2,000 that is not federally recognized, competed with California’s Department of Fish and Wildlife for ownership (“California tribe competes with the state to restore its homeland,” HCN, 9/7/11). Click for Source