EXCITEMENT. RELAXATION. REPEAT.
The development will bring world-class entertainment to North Salem
Gambling is just the beginning at the Siletz Casino Project
The development’s 64,000+ square foot multi-purpose event center will be a destination for concerts, festivals, conferences and more. In addition, the tribe is exploring a cooperative agreement with the Salem Convention Center to support even bigger events.
Utilizing both centers, the combined properties will be the third-largest convention center in Oregon, allowing Salem to host many large-scale events.
This multi-purpose event center can also support essential disaster preparedness and stationing.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
Gambling is just the beginning at the Siletz Casino Project. With a new concert venue, sports bar, night club, restaurants, shops and more, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The development’s 64,000+ square foot multi-purpose event center will be a destination for concerts, festivals, conferences and more.
POOL & LAZY RIVER
FINE DINING OPTIONS
The visual design and aesthetic of the property will bring to bear the rich history and culture of the nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about Oregon’s Tribal communities through a series of educational and artistic installations throughout the property.
The Siletz Tribe will construct a casino with environmentally friendly building practices and remain committed to doing what’s best for the environment. Past projects examples include:
From the locals who will work at the property, to the local businesses who benefit from having more visitors in town, an endeavor like this is an investment in Salem’s future. This project is a unique opportunity to add thousands of living wage jobs, spur economic growth, bring world-class entertainment, uplift the tribal community and capitalize on significant infrastructure modernizations.
In addition, the project’s unique profit-sharing and community-focused plans ensure that the State of Oregon, local governments like the City of Salem and all the nine federally recognized Tribes in Oregon benefit from the project. Please, listen to our community and say yes to this investment in Salem’s future.