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Cathedral City Police and Fire Departments Participate in Regional “Active Shooter” Training Exercise

On Sunday, October 20th, both the Cathedral City Fire Department and Police Department participated in a massive “active shooter” training operation at Westfield Mall in Palm Desert. The training was a simulation of several active shooters that begin shooting innocent bystanders throughout the mall. The massive training exercise involved all…

Progress Being Made on the New Cathedral City Community Amphitheater in Downtown

Many people are talking about the tall steel framing that went up today on the stage structure at the new Cathedral City Community Amphitheater. The $1.67 million stage will be a perfect venue for the City’s festivals and events. We estimate that the first event to use the stage will…

Cathedral Canyon Drive Temporarily Closed on Thursday Afternoon for CCHS Homecoming Parade

Bring the lawn chairs, sun hat or sunscreen, and some water in preparation to cheer on the annual Cathedral City High School Homecoming Parade. The parade will have a NEW route this year. Instead of going down East Palm Canyon Drive, the parade will go down Cathedral Canyon Drive from…

Halloween Spooktacular Video by CCTV’s Conrad Angel Corral

Last year, Conrad adorned the Robin costume. This year… Nevertheless, it’s time for the 4th Annual Cathedral City Halloween Spooktacular, presented by Quick Quack Car Wash, on Sunday, October 27th from noon to 3 pm. Bring the entire family for 30,000 pieces of candy Trick or Treating, games, DJ music,…

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

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City Hall Lights Set to “Pink” for National Mammography Day and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

In recognizing October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Friday, October 18th is National Mammography Day, the lights of City Hall will be illuminating in pink colors starting on Friday, October 18 and all weekend long. According to BreastCancer.org, about 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast…

Cone Zone Alert: Cathedral Canyon Drive Will Be Temporarily Closed on October 24th for the Annual CCHS Homecoming Parade

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA [October 17, 2019] With increased security measures, both northbound and southbound traffic of Cathedral Canyon Drive between Perez Road and East Palm Canyon Drive (Highway 111) in Cathedral City will be temporarily closed and re-routed on Thursday, October 24, 2019 between 3:00 pm and approximately 5:00 pm…

Tejano Music Fest Enjoyed by a Sold-Out Crowd

The third annual Tejano Music Fest, presented by Libra crafted by HOTN, showcased Tejano and Grammy Award winning bands to the delight of a sold-out crowd this past Saturday, October 12th at Big League Dreams’ Sports Pavilion in Cathedral City. Pictured is Mayor Mark Carnevale and the entire City Council…

Be Part of the Cathedral City Contingent at PS Pride

Celebrate the Pride of Cathedral City at the Palm Springs Pride Parade on Sunday, November 3, 2019 starting at 10 am. We are looking for volunteers to help cheer for Cathedral City by walking or pushing one of our four fabulous floats that promotes the Cathedral City LGBT Days Bed…

Halloween Spooktacular Happens October 27th with 30,000 Pieces of Candy

Cathedral City’s Halloween Spooktacular features trick or treating with over 30,000 pieces of candy! Join friends, neighbors and family for a Spooktacular time including activities such as Halloween costume contests (two bikes given away each hour), Cathedral City High School Ballet Folklorico, police and fire exhibitions, music, family games, and…