Groundbreaking ceremony held for new tribal community center

The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, owner and operator of Rolling Hills Casino Resort will break ground on a multi-million dollar Community Center and an Administrative Center.

Posted: Dec 7, 2019 1:07 PM

CORNING, Calif. - This morning dozens of people attended a groundbreaking ceremony held by the Paskenta band of Nomlaki for their new administrative and community center on Dec. 7.

The development, designed by Travois Design, in conjunction with the Tribal Council, will incorporate cultural significance and elements that reflect Paskenta's history, core values, and symbols. In addition, the new tribal complex will create hundreds of jobs for the community during and after construction is completed.

Located at the intersection of Liberal Ave and Old Highway 99 in Corning, the administrative center will house all the tribe's board meetings with 11,000 square feet of space.

The community center, though, will be 17,000 square feet, that is where a majority of events take place.

The building is expected to be up and ready by January of 2021. 

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