Tribal Organization: Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians
The Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians plan to build a $320 million casino resort on tribal land adjacent to Cloverdale, California. The proposed size is 596,000 square feet and includes a casino, hotel and spa, entertainment center and convention center.
Opening date has not been announced.
In April 2016 the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved 62 acres of land to be set aside as the tribe's reservation. This action cleared the path to pursue this project. The tribe must still get local support and negotiate a gaming compact with the governor that will be ratified by the Legislature.
The location of Cloverdale Rancheria Destination Resort & Casino will be on 65 acres at the southern edge of Cloverdale, adjacent to Highway 101. It is east of Hwy 101 and bordered by Asti Road to the west and Lile Lane to the north and east.
287,000 square-foot hotel adjoining the casino
244 guest rooms
Spa and pool areas
48,600 square-foot building adjoining the hotel
Facilities for both large and small meetings
28,100 square-foot building
For non-gaming related activities such musical performances and local and regional theater performances.
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