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City Council Votes Unanimously to Affirm Emergency Order 2c – Prohibit Short Term Lodging Facilities
The City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:00 am and voted unanimously to affirm Emergency Order 2c, a prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities. The Council also voted on two amendments that will be part of a new order, Emergency Order 2d, which will extend…
Riverside County Issues an Emergency Stay at Home Curfew Starting at 6 pm Tonight
In the wake of peaceful protests for the death of George Floyd that have been followed by rioting and looting throughout Southern California and throughout the nation, the County of Riverside has issued a countywide Stay at Home Emergency Curfew starting on Monday, June 1, 2020 from 6 pm to…
City Council to Hold Special Meeting to Discuss Emergency Order 2c – Short Term Lodging Facilities
The City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:00 am to discuss the need to continue, modify or remove Emergency Order 2c, a prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities until June 19, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Special Meeting requires public comment via…
Prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities Remains In Effect Until June 19th
Although Riverside County removed Short-Term Vacation Rental prohibitions, the City of Cathedral City enacted Emergency Order 2c that prohibits all short-term lodging facilities including short-term vacation rentals until June 19, 2020. There are several exceptions that you can read here.
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City Council Honors the Retirement of Fire Chief Paul Wilson
At last night’s city council meeting, Cathedral City reached another milestone with the retirement of Fire Chief Paul Wilson. Mayor John Aguilar praised Chief Wilson who has served our great city with honor, respect, and professionalism for the last five years. He played an instrumental role in bringing our fire…
Mayor John Aguilar Speaks about the Coronavirus Situation and the Great Plates Meal Program for Seniors
Watch the following video as Cathedral City Mayor John Aguilar speaks about the current situation with the coronavirus pandemic and how your actions will help us slowly open the economy in a safe manner. He also speaks about a new and exciting meal program for seniors earning less than $75,000…
“Junk Drawer” Art Challenge for Kids and Adults
The S.C.R.A.P. Gallery is hosting an art contest for kids and adults on who can create a work of art out of items found in a “junk drawer”. Participants have up until June 30, 2020 to submit a photo of the art and be eligible to win prizes. Judges want…
A Doctor’s Call for Help Nets 90,000 Masks, 20,000 Gowns, 1,000+Volunteers and Lucie Arnaz
Back in March when the Coronavirus began appearing in the Coachella Valley, Dr. Richard Loftus, an infectious disease expert, realized the vast quantity of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that was going to be needed in order to protect the frontline medical providers at local hospitals, nursing homes, health clinics, and…
Barber Shops and Hair Salons May Reopen in Riverside County
Governor Newsom just announced that barber shops and hair salons may reopen immediately in counties with COVID-19 attestation plans, such as Riverside County. These business must follow State Guidelines for hair salons at https://covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-hair-salons.pdf. This allowance does not include nail salons at this time.