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Construction on the San Manuel Hotel Expansion Project will soon be underway. We are excited to expand our guest experience and continue to benefit the community by creating more jobs and offering a number of new amenities. Next month, you might notice fencing being put up around the south parking lot near Lynwood and Victoria in preparation for the parking structure construction. There will also be general clearing of the construction area, as well as the temporary reconfiguration of some roads within our existing casino footprint. We are scheduled to break ground in summer 2018 on the garage.
This project will bring approximately 1,400 construction jobs during the build and approximately 1,200 new jobs when opened, along with the following amenities:
We will make every effort to keep all of our neighbors informed with construction updates and
milestones throughout the project. To start, we are launching a new “Projects & Infrastructure”
website with a link through the San Manuel website, which will be launched this summer.
To provide a continued reliable water supply
for the area, San Bernardino Valley Municipal
Water District (Valley District) is beginning a
six-month project to relocate a 45-year-old,
single welded 1,450-foot section of the Foothill
Pipeline near San Manuel Casino with a
double welded new pipeline with concrete
Valley District will relocate the pipeline
behind the Casino that borders the west end
of the reservation, starting at the east end of
Piedmont Drive and proceeding south along
the western Casino property line. It will then
turn east, just north of the Casino’s southern
perimeter wall, before turning into Marshall
Boulevard where it will reconnect with the
original Foothill Pipeline.
“We are always looking to invest in projects
that will allow us to securely deliver the
highest quality water supplies to the people
of San Bernardino,” said Mike Esquer, Valley
District project manager who is overseeing
the pipeline relocation project.
By relocating the Foothill pipeline to an area
immediately behind the Casino, Valley District
will gain much greater access to perform
regular pipeline maintenance and repairs.
The pipeline relocation project is owned and
managed by Valley District. Work to relocate
the pipeline is being done now because the
drought conditions allow for little waterflow
through the pipeline and Valley District has
received financial support for the project from
San Manuel. The pipeline relocation is
scheduled to commence in May and conclude
by November 2018.
Construction crews will generally be limited
to all applicable and allowable work hours
to minimize noise impacts on neighbors.
Residents will also be advised by Valley
District ahead of any street closures.
If you have any questions, please contact
Mike Esquer at (909) 387-9253 or via email