Cache Creek Casino Resort to Remain Open and Operational Despite PG&E De-Energizing Due to Weather EventBrooks, Calif. - Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced today that a forecasted weather event (wind) during the next couple of days will cause the utility company to de-energize its power system in many areas of the Capay Valley, including at Cache Creek Casino Resort. Despite the power interruption, Cache Creek Casino Resort and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation want guests and local residents to know that the casino resort will remain open and fully operational due to sufficient generator power.
The peak period of this Public Safety Power Shut Off (PSPS) is expected to be Wednesday morning through Thursday afternoon, though the time frame is fluid depending on the weather. Guests can visit Cache Creek's social media pages for additional updates and information.
"We do not anticipate any impact to our operation during this time. We are pleased to welcome our guests, and very importantly our neighbors in the Capay Valley who may be experiencing outages, to Cache Creek," said Kari Stout-Smith, Cache Creek's GM/COO.
Cache Creek Casino Resort is one of Northern California's largest casino-resort destinations. Located 40 miles northwest of Sacramento and 80 miles from the San Francisco Bay Area in Brooks, Ca., it features 2,700 slot machines, 120 table games, poker room, four-diamond hotel, nine restaurants, full-service spa, and an 18-hole championship golf course/facility. Construction is currently underway on 459 new rooms and suites, a multi-purpose entertainment/event space and additional world-class restaurants. For more information, please visit cachecreek.com or call (800) 452-8181.