California: Elk Grove casino project delayed until 2021, says tribal chair Lance Armstrong, Elk Grove Citizen · January 14, 2020 at 5:35 am Wilton Rancheria Chairman Raymond “Chuckie” Hitchcock this week told the Citizen that the projected opening of the tribe’s proposed, $500 million casino-resort in Elk Grove has been delayed until late 2021. If built, the project would become Sacramento County’s first tribal casino-resort. The project site is located on 35.9 acres at Highway 99 and Kammerer Road. Last January, Hitchcock told the Citizen that the project was slated for a late 2020 completion. He explained why the project was delayed. “Last year, 2019, we had to do some redesign on a few areas that set us back, and now we’re getting back on track,” Hitchcock said.