Photo: Chumash Casino Source: Chumash Casino The Chumash Casino Resort will reopen its doors at noon on Wednesday, June 10 with strict safety measures and cleaning procedures in place after being closed for nearly 13 weeks in a statewide effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. The gaming floor will feature reduced seating and protective barriers affixed between slot machines Chumash Casino Resort is OPEN 24/7. We have taken extra precautions when it comes to your health and safety. A temperature scan and a mask are required to enter the property. A full list of guidelines and the safety measures we have taken can be found on our Safe + Well page. LEARN MORE *For your Health and Safety, Chumash Casino Resort has implemented new capacity restrictions that may be - The Chumash Casino and Resort plans to reopen its doors in June. The casino has announced it plans on reopening at noon on June 10. By that time, the casino will have been closed for nearly 13 Chumash Casino Resort near Solvang, California offers several restaurants including a Food Court, all-you-can-eat buffet, and the Four Diamond rated Willows. The Chumash Casino Resort has continued to operate its casino but closed its hotels after the announcement of the Southern California stay-at-home order. It plans to maintain 24/7 operations. Under the regional stay-at-home order put into effect Sunday at 11:59 p.m., cardrooms must close. But the Chumash tribe has been federally recognized since 1901, meaning the tribe has the right to govern Chumash Casino Resort closed through end of March due to coronavirus . Upon entrance, patrons are now greeted by touchless temperature-checking kiosks that will screen customers and employees SANTA YNEZ, CA – March 15, 2020 – The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians has elected to temporarily close the Chumash Casino Resort amid COVID-19 concerns. The closure will be effective 11:59 p.m., Sunday, March 15, 2020 and extend through the end of the month. “We have been following the COVID-19 pandemic as it progresses and have taken necessary precautions based on governmental By edhat staff The Chumash Casino in the Santa Ynez Valley announced Sunday they fully close through the end of the month amid coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns. "We have been following the COVID-19 pandemic as it progresses and have taken the necessary precautions based on governmental guidance to protect our team members and guests. As uncertainty surrounding this threat Step into the Chumash Casino Resort buffet in Greater Santa Barbara for an all-you-can-eat experience featuring dishes from around the world. Open daily from 4pm-10pm.
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