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Potential Pasco Casino SiteColville Tribes 184 acres of farmland 2019.

Pasco Casino Project

There is speculation that a land purchase last year in Franklin County could develop into a future tribal casino. The land is 184 acres of farmland northeast of King City in Pasco. It is east of Highway 395 just north of the King City Truck Stop. These are ancestral lands of the Palus, one of the twelve Tribes in the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. The Colville Tribes purchased the 184 acres in May 2019 for $10.8 million.

The Colville Tribes currently own and operate three casinos in the state: 12 Tribes Resort Casino in Omak, Mill Bay Casino in Manson and Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee Dam.

Potential Pasco Casino MapMap of Colville Tribes land in Pasco, Washington

In November 2019 the City of Pasco and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation signed an "Agreement in Principle" that defines a framework for cooperation in the future development of an economic enterprise that will be announced later. There several possibilities for the land including a casino, a water park, a hotel, or a convenience store and gas station.

The Colville has submitted a fee-to-trust application to the U.S. Department of Interior to transfer the land into federal trust for the tribes. Federal approval is required for authorizing a tribal casino on the land.

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News Colville Confederated Tribes plan casino in Pasco April 20, 2021 - The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation are in the early stages of planning economic development projects for land in north Pasco. The tribes purchased 194 acres of land there in ... Read more News Yakama Nation fight potential Colville casino in Pasco February 8, 2020 - The Yakama Nation claims ancestral rights to land in Pasco where the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation may build a casino. The Colville Tribes also claim the land as ancestral ... Read more

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Colville Confederated Tribes plan casino in Pasco

April 20, 2021

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation are in the early stages of planning economic development projects for land in north Pasco. The tribes purchased 194 acres of land there in 2019 and 2020. The location is east of Highway 395 and north of the Kartchner Street exit on Capitol Avenue.

Project planning includes a casino with a convenience store and fuel station along with other retail property. At one time a water park was considered as a possibility.

The planning and approval process for an Indian gaming casino will take several years. If successful, a Pasco casino could be larger and employ more people than the other three casinos owned by the Colville Tribes. The tribes own 12 Tribes Resort Casino in Omak, WA, Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee Dam, WA and Mill Bay Casino in Manson, WA.

Pasco and the Tri-Cities region have deep historic and cultural ties to the Palus Tribe, a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation.

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Yakama Nation opposes potential Colville casino in Pasco

February 8, 2020

There is a dispute between the Yakama Nation and the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation over ancestral rights to 184 acres of farmland purchased in May 2019 by the Colville Tribes. At stake is a potential Colville casino on that land.

The Colville Tribes have applied to the U.S. Department of Interior to transfer the land into federal trust for the purpose of building a casino. The Tribes have also signed an agreement with the City of Pasco to work together on the project.

In a three-page letter to the Pasco City Council the Yakama Nation wrote: "This is the Yakama Nation's notice to the city of Pasco that we object to the Colville's attempt to lay any claim within the open and unclaimed lands of our treaty territory. We stand firm in our position that the Colvilles do not belong in Yakama Nation ancestral territories, and we remain prepared to oppose this development at every level."

Similar notices were sent to Gov. Jay Inslee, Franklin County, the cities of Kennewick and Richland, the U.S. Department of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The Colville Tribes claim the land as homeland of the Palus, now known as "Palouse," and one of the 12 tribes in the Colville Confederation.

The Yakama Nation claims the land was handed down from "Tamanwala, the Creator." The Yakama Treaty of June 9, 1855 identifies Pasco as part of the Yakama territory as "thence down the Snake River to its junction with the Columbia River; thence up the Columbia River to the 'White Banks,' below the Priest's Rapids."

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