tation Casinos plans to request the North Las Vegas City Council approve changes to the licenses for Texas Station and Fiesta Rancho in order to extend their temporary hiatus longer than previously expected.
Both properties closed their doors in March, when Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered all non-essential businesses to temporarily close to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Vegas Eater reports.
The casinos are asking to move their non-restricted gaming, non-restricted gaming liquor, and full liquor licenses to non-operational through June 4, 2021.
Other casinos within the Station Casinos family reopened on June 4, including Red Rock Casino in Summerlin, Green Valley Ranch and Sunset Station in Henderson, Santa Fe Station in Centennial, Boulder Station on the eastside, and Palace Station west of the Strip, as well as six Wildfire properties when casinos were permitted to reopen in Nevada.
Station Casinos cites the “uncertain economic conditions in the state of Nevada” as the reason for requesting that both need to change their licenses. Both will remain closed until further notice, and there is no known reopening date at this time.
The move keeps Beaumont’s and Oyster Bar at Texas Station, along with Venom Bar and Cabo Lounge at Fiesta Rancho closed indefinitely.
The fate of two remaining closed resorts from Station Casinos — Fiesta Henderson and the Palms — remains unknown.