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Wilton Rancheria Casino Resort Project

Project Description

The United States Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) accepted 36 acres of land into trust in February 2017 for the benefit of the Wilton Rancheria Indian Tribe (Tribe) for the development of a proposed casino resort project in the City of Elk Grove. The land is located just north of the approved outlet mall site at the northwest portion of the intersection of Grant Line Road and SR-99.

The proposed project consists of a proposed 608,756 square foot hospitality and entertainment facility, including a 12-story 302 room hotel, pool, spa, 47,634-square foot convention center, six restaurants and bars, and a 110,260 square foot gaming floor. More information about the project can be found on the Tribe’s site

The BIA’s Record of Decision describing the decision making process and conclusions, and the Environmental Impact Statement for the project can be found at the following links:

Project Next Steps

In order to offer gambling as part of the Facility, a state gaming compact (agreement) must be approved by California's Governor and ratified by the California Legislature. On October 3, 2017, Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill 1606, ratified by the State Legislature on August 31, 2017, approving a tribal-state gaming compact entered into between the State of California and the Wilton Rancheria Tribe.

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