The all-white, all-male led Station Casinos has said it’s focused on Red Rock Casino in Summerlin, Green Valley Casino in Henderson, and is pivoting to “best-in-class locations and a favorable Las Vegas demographic.”
As of November 2022, Station Casinos held 519 acres of undeveloped land across the Las Vegas Valley. Clark County said there is a shortage of over 80,000 homes for lower income residents.
Las Vegas locals, visitors, and their families can no longer eat at Stations Casinos’ buffets.
Station Casinos announced in July 2022 that three neighborhood casinos would be demolished and the land beneath them sold.
The company kept Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho, and Fiesta Henderson closed for over 2 years, and now they will never reopen. Do you agree with what the company is doing?
Call Station Casinos’ Customer Service line to voice your opinions about these closed properties: (702) 862-3154
Station Casinos is building a brand-new Lotus of Siam restaurant at its luxury Red Rock Resort and a brand new luxury casino off Durango and the 2-15, while demolishing two of its so-called value properties (Fiesta Henderson and Fiesta Rancho) and one so-called classic property (Texas Station).
Customers of classic properties (Palace Station, Boulder Station, Sunset Station, and Santa Fe Station) should ask about plans and development in their neighborhood casinos.
Station Casinos owns 4 parcels of land that are minutes away from 6 elementary schools.
*2 minutes from Durango site to Tanaka Elementary School
*4 minutes from Cactus site to Ortwein Elementary School, and 4 minutes from Shorr Elementary School
*6 minutes from Skye Canyon site to Bilbray and Scherkenback elementary schools
*7 minutes from Inspirada site to Ellis Elementary School
Parents of children aged 5 to 11 should ask about elementary school traffic and safety near these casino sites. Contact Carl Hagerman to request a community meeting before development proceeds on these sites: Carl.Hagelman@StationCasinos.com / (702) 419-9266
In March 2020, Station Casinos buffets closed their doors, and they have no plans to reopen. Las Vegas locals, visitors, and their families can no longer eat at Stations’ buffets. Workers who relied on steady jobs at these buffets for income have been displaced.
In February 2020, an adult all-you-can-eat lunch at Boulder Station’s Feast Buffet cost $13.99. As of October 2022, a single large bone-in wing combo in the Boulder Station food court costs $16.29.