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Salem Casino Project | Updates 2022

Nation | Tribe: Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians

SILENTZ CASINO IN SALEM, OR

4751 Astoria Street NE
Salem, OR 97305

The Siletz Indians are seeking federal approval to build a $280M casino in North Salem, Oregon near the intersection of Interstate 5 and Portland Road NE. The plan includes a casino, 4-star hotel, restaurants, nightclub, sports bar and event center.

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Proposed Salem CasinoArtist rendering of Siletz Casino Project in Salem, OR

Salem Casino Plan

Siletz Indians are seeking approval to build a North Salem casino with 180,800-square-feet, 2,000 slot machines and 45 table games. Plans include three restaurants, food court, sports bar and a 500-room hotel.

A revenue sharing plan for the Salem casino will allocate 25% of the gaming revenues to the state and local governments, 25% to the Siletz Tribe, and 50% to eight other federally recognized tribes.

The casino is opposed by the Grand Ronde Tribe that operates Spirit Mountain Casino located a half hour to the west.

The approval process required to build the casino will take two to three years. The earliest possible date for opening to the public is 2024.

The Salem casino is proposed by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, which own the Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln Ciy, OR.


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News Salem Casino Status Report - March 2022 March 22, 2022 - The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) completed a 2,700-page environmental impact study of the Siletz Tribe's proposed casino in north Salem, Oregon. A public meeting was held by the BIA in late January to hear ... Read more News Salem Casino Project moves forward with release of Environmental Assessment January 30, 2022 - The Siletz Casino Project in Salem, Oregon took a major step towards federal approval this month with the release of a Federal Environmental Assessment ... Read more News Salem Casino Project Update November 27, 2021 - The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians propose building a casino in north Salem, Oregon. Construction will generate 2,300 jobs with $141.7 million in wages. In addition, the procurement of materials will add $54.4M ... Read more News Siletz tribes propose North Salem casino July 31, 2020 - Siletz Indians are seeking approval to build a $280M casino with a hotel in North Salem, OR. The tribe submitted its application to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs on April 30, 2020 for a 20-acre site located at ... Read more News Proposed Salem casino planned for 2021 May 03, 2017 - Plans for a Salem Indian casino have been in development for nearly two years. It will be 140,000 square feet offering gaming, entertainment, and a hotel. It is estimated to earn each year $185 million. 1,500 full time jobs ... Read more

Salem Casino Location

Salem Casino Proposal

The Salem casino will be built on tribal property in North Salem on Portland Road at Interstate 5 Exit 258.

Salem Casino Timeline

April 30, 2020The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Interior for approval to build a casino in Salem, OR in accordance with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.
2020 - 2022Application processing time and decision by the Secretary of Interior.
2022 - 2023Oregon governor concurrence is required within 12 months of federal approval date.
2024 - 2025Construction of the Salem casino hotel.

Salem Casino ProjectArtist rendering of Siletz Casino Project

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Salem Casino Status Report - March 2022

March 22, 2022

The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) completed a 2,700-page environmental impact study of the Siletz Tribe's proposed casino in north Salem, Oregon. The BIA released the report to the public Jan. 7 prior to hohlding a meeting in late January to hear comments and concerns from Salem residents and opposing tribes. A comment period that was originally set to end Feb. 7 has been extended until April 8.

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Proposed casino project off I-5 in Salem faces opposition - Courtesy of KGW News, Jan 26, 2022. Available from YouTube

If the plan is approved, the casino would be built on 20 acres of tribal land near Interstate 5 and state Highway 99 in northeast Salem. The 180,000-square-foot project would include a casino, event center and hotel. Revenues would be shared between the casino, state and local governments, and the eight other Oregon tribes. The spilt would be 25/25/50 respectively.

Major opposition to the Salem casino plan comes from the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, which owns the Spirit Mountain Casino. The tribe believes the Salem casino would devastate their casino and impose a financial hardship on their members.

After the April 8 closing date for public coments, the Bureau of Indian Affairs will review and determine whether or not to continue the application process for the Salem casino proposed by the Siletz Indians.

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Salem Casino Project moves forward with release of Environmental Assessment

January 30, 2022

The Siletz Casino Project in Salem, Oregon took a major step forward on the path towards federal approval this month with the publication of an Environmental Assessment (EA) by the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs. The federal report was published January 7 for public review and comments.

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Courtesy of KGW NEWS, Jan 26, 2022. Available from YouTube

Copies of the Environmental Assessment (EA) are available or the Salem Public Library on Liberty Street or online at siletzsalemcasinonepa.com

The public was invited to attend a virtual hearing Wednesday evening via Zoom. Participants were given up to three minutes each to address the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) with comments, concerns, opposition and feedback regarding the environmental issues related to the Salem casino project.

The public can submit comments to the BIA by letter or email. The email address is scott.doig@bia.gov and the mailing address is:

Tammie Poitra, Regional Director
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Midwest Region
5600 American Blvd W, Suite 500
Bloomington , MN 55437

The public comment period has been been extended through April 8, 2022.

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Salem Casino Project Update

November 27, 2021

The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians propose building a casino in north Salem, Oregon. Construction will generate 2,300 jobs with $141.7 million in wages. In addition, the procurement of materials will add $54.4 million into the local economy.

The casino project has been submitted for approval by the federal government. A decision by the U.S. Secretary of Interior is expected in 2022. If approved, the Oregon governor will be given a 12-month deadline to concur with the plan.

Before construction can begin the Silentz Tribe may face legal opposition from the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, which operate the Spirit Mountain Casino located a half hour west of Salem.

Salem Casino Revenue SharingIf legal challenges are resolved and approvals granted, the Salem casino is forecated to generate $185.4 million in annual gross revenues. The net revenues will be shared with the state and local governments and eight other Oregon tribes.

The Siletz Tribe would keep 25% and pay an equal amount to government and 50% to other tribes.

For more information about the Salem casino project, see the Location and the Timeline.

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Siletz tribes propose North Salem casino

July 31, 2020

The Siletz Indians are seeking approval to build a $280M casino with a hotel in North Salem, OR. The tribe submitted its application to the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs on April 30, 2020 for a 20-acre site located at Interstate 5 and Portland Road NE.

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Siletz's proposed Salem casino receives mixed support
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Proposed Salem casino planned for 2021

May 03, 2017

On Tuesday plans were announced by The Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians for a proposed casino in Salem. The casino project would be a joint partnership of Oregon tribes. Revenues would be shared with each of the tribes that participate.

The proposed casino is scheduled to open in 2021. A name has not been announced. It will be located at exit 258 off the I-5 on land that is held in trust for the Siletz tribe.

Plans for the casino have been in development for nearly two years. It will be 140,000 square feet offering gaming, entertainment, and a hotel. It is estimated to earn each year $185 million. 1,500 full time jobs will also be created.

If the project is given approval the state and local government will be paid 25 percent of the gaming revenue. Of the remaining amount, the Siletz tribe will receive 25 percent of the revenues. The last 50 percent will be split among the other participating tribes.

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