Tribal Leaders of the Chicken Ranch Rancheria Me-Wuk Indians have announced Chicken Ranch Casino’s reopening for is scheduled for 8 a.m., Monday, June 1. The reopening arrives with the implementation of a new Sanitization and Health Program and new protocols that will include an evolving machine configuration and limited capacity for proper social distancing. Casino guests are being asked to visit the website and social media for details on the changes.
“We are excited to once again open our doors and welcome back our Team Members and loyal guests,” said Tribal Chairman Lloyd Mathiesen. “Our casino’s leadership has been working tirelessly during the closure to prepare for the eventual reopening, bringing aggressive on-site safety measures that are on par with and possibly even beyond anywhere in the county.”
Chicken Ranch Casino originally shuttered its doors March 16 at noon in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Its Team Members continued to receive their wages and benefits throughout the shutdown and were kept up to date with frequent status reports from management.
Chicken Ranch Casino is privately owned and operated by the Chicken Ranch Rancheria Me-Wuk Indians with over 275 employees from the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada’s Motherlode. The Casino currently offers 603 gaming machines, Table Games, smoke-free gaming, Bingo five nights a week, the Ranch House restaurant and The Roost café bistro.