San Pablo Lytton Casino

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Casino San Pablo is a Native American reservation with a gambling hall located in San Pablo, California.[1] It is operated by the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians. It is adjacent to Doctors Medical Center.


The site, formerly a trailer park and supermarket was converted into parking and a card club in 1994. Later in 2002, restricted gambling was permitted. The casino shares its revenues with the city of San Pablo where it forms the city's economic backbone.[1]


  1. ^ a b Richmond rejects tribe's plans for casino resort. Carolyn Jones. San Francisco Chronicle. 07-04-2011. Retrieved 07-04-2011.

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Coordinates: 37°57′9″N 122°20′3″W / 37.95250°N 122.33417°W / 37.95250; -122.33417