Your safety is the top priority at the Spokane Tribe Casino and Chewelah Casino
Wellpinit, WA – The Spokane Tribal Business Council met with Dr. Bob Lutz to discuss, share dialogue, including coordination around re-opening plans and to hear his medical advice around all things COVID-19.
Dr. Lutz is an appointed citizen representative to the Spokane Regional Board of Health. Appointed in 2008, he is currently a member of the Executive, Education, Policy and Governance Committees. He works with a team of professionals including six epidemiologists and visited the Spokane Tribe Casino to offer expert advice in regards to reopening the casinos.
The decisions made by our leadership were done with the community in mind. All of the employees and administration worked diligently to ensure that the experience when visiting the casinos are not only the safest around, but also provide excellent entertainment! Their goal was and continues to be to create an atmosphere that people will want to visit over and over again.
Some of the changes are as follows:
Spokane Tribe Casino:
Open daily from 8AM until 3AM. Every night they close to deep clean our property and sanitize.
- Plexiglass dividers between slot machines have been installed to encourage social distancing.
- Temperatures will be checked when entering the property; the use of masks while on property is highly recommended. Masks are not required, but will be provided to guests who request them.
- More space has been added between slot machines.
- The 100% outside air state-of-art air filtration system, has prompted us to allow smoking on the casino floor after all!
Table games will be temporarily closed. The restaurant Three Peaks will be offering a limited menu. There is also the option to dine in or order to-go. Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 11AM-9PM, Friday and Saturday: 11AM-10PM
Operating hours: Sunday – Thursday 8AM to 12AM, Friday and Saturday 8AM to 2AM. Table games closed until further notice.
Deep cleaning is complete; employees will be wearing face masks for their protection and the customers. The biggest change is reopening as a non-smoking facility. The decision to do this to help keep the air clean and safe. There is a designated smoking area outside of the casino.
The dining room is open with tables spread out for safe social distancing when eating. For those who do not wish to dine-in, there is the option for curbside delivery with a d designated pick-up area that will be clearly marked (card only).
Photos for RP/Helen Hayes