Agua Caliente Casino Opens
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians will re-open its casinos in Palm Springs at noon Friday May 22 with ‘Play it Safe’ measures in place at both properties.
“Upon re-opening, our Tribe’s top priority will be to create and maintain the safest environment possible for everyone who interacts with our facilities, including guests, team members and vendors,” Tribal Chairman Jeff L. Grubbe said. “We have spent the past two months re-evaluating the way we do business in this new environment. We have changed our perspective and have improved upon our business practices. Our guests demand and deserve the kind of care and attention that goes into providing the highest quality experience.”
The Agua Caliente announcement to re-open comes just one day after the Riverside County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution fully supporting tribal governments to re-open business safely and help jumpstart the local economy.
The county resolution acknowledges that casinos are re-opening with full transparency, social distancing, and personal protective equipment for employees, guests, and vendors.
‘Play it Safe’ measures include intense cleaning efforts utilizing an antimicrobial product throughout the tribal properties as well as temperature checks upon entry, face-covering requirements and social distancing requirements, among other measures, for guests and team members throughout the facilities. Upon re-opening, we will not allow smoking inside our properties. We will maintain a 50 percent occupancy limit, and the number of seats at table games and on the casino floor will be reduced.
For specific details related to the re-opening of Agua Caliente Casinos, please visit our website: aguacalientecasinos.com.