Boyd Gaming to Temporarily Close All Nevada Properties
Boyd Gaming will temporarily close all Nevada properties due to Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order.
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Boyd Gaming today announced it will temporarily close of all of its southern Nevada properties for the next 30 days, in compliance with orders from Governor Steve Sisolak aimed at preventing the
spread of COVID-19.
Based on Gov. Sisolak’s order closing all gaming operations in the state, Boyd Gaming will close the gaming operations of Aliante, California, Cannery, Eastside Cannery, Eldorado, Fremont, Gold Coast, Jokers Wild, Main Street Station, Sam’s Town, Suncoast and The Orleans by midnight tonight (March 17).
Other amenities at these properties, including hotels and restaurants, will close over next several days.
“There have been no reported cases at any Boyd Gaming properties. The closures are due solely to the Governor’s mandate aimed at preventing the spread of disease,” according to the company.
Customers with reservations or events at one of the Boyd Gaming southern Nevada properties during the closure period should call the following numbers for information and assistance:
California, Fremont, Gold Coast, Main Street Station, Sam’s Town, Suncoast, Orleans: (888) 582-6278
Aliante: (702) 692-7777
Cannery: (702) 507-5700
Eastside Cannery: (702) 856-5300
Boyd Gaming Corporation operates 29 gaming entertainment properties in 10 states. The Company currently operates 1.77 million square feet of casino space, more than 38,000 gaming machines, over 800 table games, more than 11,000 hotel rooms, and 320 food and beverage outlets.