Grand Casino Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Update - May 1st, 2020:
The Grand Casino, Hotel, and Restaurants remain closed as we continue to monitor the situation and work towards opening in the safest manner possible.
We hope to announce an opening date soon so please stay tuned to this page or our Facebook page for updates on the opening dates.
Update - March 31st, 2020:
Citizen Potawatomi Nation has announced that the Grand Casino Hotel & Resort will remain closed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
As we all work together through these difficult times, we want to assure everyone that we are working diligently to ensure a safe environment in all of our facilities when operations resume.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will remain closed until such time as it appears as safe as possible to reopen. Please watch this page for further announcements.
Announcement - March 19th, 2020:
Citizen Potawatomi Nation will temporarily suspend gaming operations at Grand Casino Hotel & Resort and FireLake Casino at 11:59pm on March 19, 2020 through April 1, 2020. Currently, there are no reports of positive COVID-19 cases in Pottawatomie County. Limited staff will be at each property to do a deep cleaning, and security surveillance personnel will remain at each location as directed by law. CPN will pay casino employees during this period.
Your safety is our highest priority, and we truly appreciate the trust you place in our team here at the Grand Casino Hotel Resort!
The Craig Morgan concert has been postponed from March 13th to the new date of Friday, May 15th at 8pm.
The Queensryche & Great White concert has been postponed from April 25th to the new date of Saturday, June 6th at 7pm
All tickets have been automatically transferred to the new event date and will be honored in their current assignment, however, refunds are available upon request if you are unable to attend for any reason. Please contact the Grand Box Office at (405) 964-7263.
What can I do to prevent Coronavirus?
While local and global activity of COVID-19 continues to expand, everyone can follow simple steps to prevent the spread of illness:
Avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough
Frequently clean your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. You can also use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
Before eating anything, including snacks.
After using the restroom
After coughing, sneezing, blowing your nose
Avoid touching your face, mouth, eyes
Avoid shaking hands
When coughing and sneezing, cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue; throw tissue away immediately and wash hands
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces regularly (e.g. doorknobs, keyboards, phones, airplane arm rests, and tray tables)
A mask is NOT recommended for healthy people and should be reserved for those who are sick with symptoms of cough and fever and for healthcare workers. If used improperly, a mask can even spread the virus to healthy individuals
Stay home from work or school if you are sick