Morongo Renovation and Expansion Plans

The four-diamond Morongo Casino, Resort Spa is embarking on an expansion and renovation project that will increase our gaming floor, refurbish and replace numerous restaurants and improve our free valet parking services.

The Morongo Expansion and Renovation Project has received the unanimous support of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. For more information, click here.

Elements of the expansion include:

  • Development of a 65,000-square-foot expansion, which will increase the gaming floor by approximately 30% to accommodate approximately 800 more slots and table games
  • Renovation and replacement of several restaurants
  • Construction of a free, 750-space valet parking structure   
  • Renovation and reactivation of the original Casino Morongo – currently operating as the Morongo Bingo Hall -- to house 300 machines displaced by the construction

We Want to Hear from You!

Questions? Comments?

We have extended the date for comments! We invite you to email us by December 1st at

Want to learn more? 

Join a Public Notice meeting at Morongo Casino, Resort Spa, October 30th at 6pm in the Casino Ballroom.  The expansion and renovation plans will be reviewed and the public will have an opportunity to ask questions.  Further, please feel free to review the Initial Study through the following link:

Initial Study for the Morongo Casino Expansion Project.pdf



  • 18-month construction timeline, beginning in October 2018

New Employment Opportunities

  • Creates 425 new full-time positions to add to the more than 2,500 jobs that Morongo already provides as one of Riverside County’s largest employers

Economic Benefits

  • Adds to the more than $3 billion in annual regional economic benefits already generated by the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa and other tribal businesses

Environmental Review and Mitigation

  • Numerous independent studies have been conducted of the project’s potential impacts to traffic, public safety, air quality and other issues. These studies found that the expansion will have only minimal impacts, and none which cannot be mitigated.