Download: Architectural Renderings

Download: Federal and State Approval Letters

The Spokane Tribal Business Council has been working hand–in–hand with local, state and federal officials to ensure all criteria are met and approved as the Tribe embarks on this new journey.

As Tribal Trust Land, this has been land associated with the Spokane Tribe throughout our history. But with ambitious plans to build facilities and services, it’s not just about prosperity for the tribe itself. It’s about prosperity for all people who now join the Spokane Tribe in calling this region home.

The Spokane Tribe Economic Project represents an irreplaceable opportunity for our region. In times when state governments are working hard to create jobs and economic opportunity, the Spokane Tribal government is poised to invest $400 million into the West Plains, all with private sector financing. Stay tuned to this website for up-to-date STEP construction updates.

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Casino Countdown Videos

Check here for regular construction updates for the new Spokane Tribe Airway Heights casino. Your host Chanel will keep you up to date throughout development.

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May Construction

A major milestone was reached on the STEP casino construction site this month with the first pour of concrete! Concrete was poured forming the casino floor on May 11th. Concrete...

April Construction

Topping Out and Shifting Gears: Construction of the casino reached an important milestone on April 26th when we “topped out”—meaning we placed the last structural beam for the building! Construction crews are now focusing to complete...

March Construction

Heavy Metal: Steelwork continues at the new casino, with framing beginning to outline the shape of the building. When finished, the casino will offer gaming, entertainment, dining, and a boost to our local economy.

February Steelwork

Despite the snow, rain, and freezing temperatures, the Spokane Tribe’s construction of its newest casino continues to steadily move forward. The steelwork began early this morning (February 21, 2017) amid the snow falling. This is...

January's Concrete Footings

Our plans are now cast in concrete: as you can see, work continues as we pour concrete for the east footings of the new casino. Soon, we’ll do the same for south footings.