Pinoleville Pomo Nation Gaming Facility and Hotel Project
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
The Pinoleville Pomo Nation of California proposes to develop a 90,000 +/- sf casino and a 72,100 +/- sf hotel, as well as an associated parking structure on Tribal lands. There would be ~28,500 sf of gaming floor and an additional 61,500 sf of associated facilities including food and beverage services, retail space, and banquet/meeting space. Food and beverage facilities would include a buffet, a specialty restaurant, and a lounge. 125 rooms with associated meeting space and support elements are proposed for the hotel structure. A parking garage would also be developed as part of the Proposed Project.
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