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Visitors Asked to Cancel Trips to Big Bear Due to El Dorado Fire

The Big Bear Fire Department, San Bernardino County Fire, CAL Fire and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department have issued an advisory asking visitors to cancel their trips to Big Bear due to the El Dorado Fire.  It is being issued in response to yesterday’s expanded evacuation order and closure…

Fire Department Receives Firehouse Subs Grant for State-of-the Art Gurney

The City Council voted unanimously last night to accept an $18,421.50 public safety grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation in order for the fire department to purchase a new state-of-the-art hydraulic gurney for transporting patients.  The Stryker gurney provides a multitude of functions to better serve patients and…

Rental Assistance Grant Eligibility Expanded

The United Way and Lift to Rise have teamed up together to provide rental assistance for Riverside County residents who are behind in their rents due the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Riverside County has reserved $33 million to help pay rents and keep people in their homes.  Nearly 10,000…

Ordinance to Phase Out Short-Term Vacation Rentals Goes into Effect on October 9th

The City Council voted unanimously on an ordinance to phase out short-term vacation rentals (STVR) in residential neighborhoods by the end of 2022 with two main exceptions: Homes located in neighborhoods governed by Homeowners Associations (HOAs a.k.a. Common Interest Developments) that permit such use and; 2. Home sharing vacation rentals. …

City Council Adopts New Short-Term Vacation Rental Enforcement, Fees, Fines and Complaint Protocols

The city council voted unanimously on three new resolutions that go into effect on October 9, 2020 dealing with short-term vacation rentals (STVRs) related to licensing fees, fines for violation of the STVR ordinance, and complaint protocols.   Beginning October 9th, the cost for the annual STVR license for properties…

Councilmember Rita Lamb Reads “The Dot” for Coronavirus Storytime

Tuesday, September 15th is “International Dot Day” that celebrates the creativity, courage and collaboration of children and art.  The day is based on the children’s book, “The Dot,” by Peter H. Reynolds.  Councilmember Rita Lamb offers this video to familiarize children with message behind this celebrated day in collaboration with…

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

Click on the following link to read this week’s newsletter:  https://bit.ly/Issue256

Mayor Aguilar Calls for a Community Discussion on Race, Policing and Economic Opportunity

In response to the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers on May 25, 2020 and the ensuing public anger and widespread protests that reached every corner of this nation, Mayor John Aguilar has called for a community discussion on race, policing, and economic opportunities in Cathedral…

Excessive Heat Warning throughout Labor Day Weekend

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for the Coachella Valley starting on Friday, September 4, 2020 at 10:00 am through Monday, September 7, 2020 at 8:00 pm.  Temperatures are expected to range from 105 degrees to 118 degrees.  Excessive heat for those working or exercising outdoors…

S.C.R.A.P. Gallery’s Latest Art Project for “International Dot Day”

Tuesday, September 15th is “International Dot Day” that celebrates the creativity, courage and collaboration of children and art.  The day is based on the children’s book, “The Dot,” by Peter H. Reynolds.  The synopsis stems from a student who doubts her artistic abilities.  A caring teacher tells her to “make…

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