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River Rock Casino to close temporarily

18 March 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Due to the rapidly evolving developments involving the international Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians has made the necessary decision to temporarily close River Rock Casino.

The closure took effect at 12 am on Wednesday, March 18 and will last through the end of the month.

The health, safety and well being of our team members, guests, tribal members, and the community are always our top priority. We stand with federal, state, local and tribal officials nationwide in a unified response to this national public health emergency.

We will continue to closely monitor updates about the Coronavirus outbreak from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), as well as State and Sonoma County health officials.

We will keep our loyal guests and team members updated about this temporary closure, including any change in the date of our reopening, through our website and social media channels. During this closure, all team members will continue to be paid and receive benefits. We deeply appreciate the understanding of our guests and team members during these unprecedented times. We ask that you please stay safe and adhere to the guidelines being issued by public health officials to protect yourself and your loved ones by limiting the spread of the Coronavirus.


David Fendrick

CEO/General Manager

River Rock Casino

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