Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter
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Safety Is the Highest Priority for the Agua Caliente Casino Job Fair in Cathedral City
The City of Cathedral City has been apprised of the many safety protocols that Agua Caliente is planning to implement at its Job Fair for its new Cathedral City Casino on Monday, July 27, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. located at the Mary Pickford Theatre, 36850 Pickfair Street…
City Council Calls for a Special Meeting on STVRs
In accordance with the procedures specified by State Law and the Rules of Procedure for Council Meetings and Related Functions and Activities, a special meeting of the City Council of the City of Cathedral City to be held on Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 8:00 am, in the City Council Chambers,…
Chiefs Provide an Update on Firework Arrests and Fires
Police Chief George Crum and Interim Fire Chief Blake Goetz provided an update on the firework complaints, arrests, citations, and fire calls to the city council last night. Their data encompassed calls of service from May 27 – July 6, 2020 from the police department and June 27 – July…
Join Mayor John Aguilar in Pledging to Keep Cathedral City Safe
We as a community have to work together to keep Cathedral City safe. Together, we can all help our communities. Learn more about the Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge at www.gpsPLEDGE.com.
“Shelter from the Storm” Here to Help Victims of Domestic Violence during COVID-19
Throughout the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed additional stress on families including domestic violence. As people shelter in place at home, the underlying issues that may have caused domestic violence before having only been exacerbated during the coronavirus crisis. Shelter from the Storm, the Coachella Valley’s only comprehensive…
Learn about Connect Cathedral City and Its Proposed Projects – Video
CCTV Host Conrad Angel Corral interviews City Engineer John Corella and Economic Development Director Stone James about 4 proposed projects that are part of Connect Cathedral City. These are four alternative transportation projects that will give more access to bike lanes, walking paths, and neighborhood electric vehicles (a.k.a. golf carts)….
New State Guidance for Outdoor Restaurants, Hair Salons, and Personal Care Services
The State of California has issued new guidance for restaurants, hair salons, and personal care services while operating outdoors. Indoor operations are prohibited until rescinded by the State Public Health Officer. These protocols are established to prevent community spread of COVID-19, which is occurring at elevated rates in Riverside County….
LIVE Entertainment Prohibited for All Venues
Riverside County issued an Advisory on Monday specifically pointing out that restaurants, bars, and wineries are not allowed to host LIVE entertainment under current health restriction imposed by the State Public Health Officer in order to avoid large gatherings of people outside of their households. This includes all LIVE entertainment…