Corning, CA – For countless generations, the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians lived in the Northern California region now called Tehama County. In 2000, the Tribe acquired a 2000 acre reservation and soon began construction of Rolling Hills Casino. The Casino opened in 2002. Today, the Casino and Resort employ over 500 people with a monthly payroll of over $1,000,000.
The Resort offers full casino gaming with over 850 slots, and a wide variety of table games. A John Daly designed links golf course and two Lodges accompany the property.
Tobacco smoke and odor complaints were taking their toll on customers and employees alike. Casino Air engineered a solution and signed a contract with the tribe to retrofit the existing rooftop air handlers with Casino Air Technology. Clean air is good business.