Slated to open in 2021, the gaming and hotel facility is estimated to bring $185.4 million in gross revenue and create 1,500 full-time jobs the first year of operation.

In the past twenty-five years, gaming facilities in Oregon have proven to be economic drivers for our region—creating jobs, generating revenue that is invested in community programs and even attracting additional nearby investment.

Leaders of the Salem Intertribal Project are committed to designing this project to have the greatest benefit for the local community and state as a whole.

The Salem Intertribal Project is designed to benefit every corner of Oregon.

It will do this by creating an unprecedented revenue sharing agreement with state and local government, as well as every participating tribe.

Benefits to Local Economy

  • Generate over 2,200 jobs and $127 million in wages during construction
  • Support over 1,500 permanent jobs in the first year of operation
  • Act as an anchor development to drive additional investment in North Salem

Benefits to Tribes

  • Share 50% of net revenue with participating tribes
  • Opportunity to generate revenue without taking on the risk of project development
  • Redirect gaming revenue currently going to ilani in SW Washington

Benefits to Government

  • Generate $14.3 million in state and local taxes during construction
  • Generate over $54 million in state and local taxes during operation
  • Provide government with 25% of net revenue during every year of operation