On Friday, Morongo Casino in Cabazon, located near Palm Springs in Riverside County, reopened at 2:00 p.m. Additional casinos Tortoise Rock, Agua Calient, and others located in Coachella Valley opened earlier on Friday.
According to KTLA, Pechanga, also located in Riverside County, will open next week with Soboba near San Jacinto.
Some restaurants within the casinos will also reopen, including Tortoise Rock and nearby Spotlight 29 casino.
While Cielo, the steakhouse restaurant located at Morongo, is not set to reopen until next week, the food court located inside the casino will be open for gamers.
In the spirit of sovereign-to-sovereign engagement I respectfully request that until a surrounding or neighboring local jurisdiction has legally progressed into Stage 3, your tribal casinos remain closed.
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New Slots, New Venues, and #GoodTimes ! Bigger, better, and SAFER! 💥✨ See you very shortly, remember you must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Masks are REQUIRED. Casino capacity will be limited and subjected to availability. Social distancing measures will be encouraged and enforced. Guests are encouraged to get the latest news about openings and traffic conditions by visiting www.morongocasinoresort.com or by downloading the CaltransQuickMap mobile app. RVs and Trailers are not allowed to park at this time 🚗 📱 #Morongo #MorongoCasino #Open