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Dr. Fauci Recommends Double Layer Masks When Out in Public

The Chief Medical Adviser to President Biden, Dr. Anthony Fauci, recommends that Americans double mask when going out in public, especially in places where social distancing is not always available, such as shopping at retail and grocery stores.  He said it “just makes common sense” to do so.   Double…

Free Valentine’s Day Art Kits for Kids

Thanks to S.C.R.A.P. Gallery, Free Ready-To-Go Recycle Art Kits for Valentine’s Day will be available starting Monday, February 1, 2021 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm for curbside pick-up at the S.C.R.A.P. Gallery located at 68743 Perez Road, Building D, Suite 16 in Cathedral City.  You can simply drive up,…

Riverside University Health System Offers 2-1-1 Assistance for Seniors Needing Coronavirus Vaccine

In response to various difficulties encountered by seniors when scheduling their COVID-19 vaccine shots, Riverside University Health System (RUHS) is offering seniors the opportunity to call 2-1-1 on their telephones now and be placed on an Interested List.  Once placed on the list, RUHS will contact those seniors and assist…

Spring 2021 Mailer Available Online and Coming to a Mailbox Near You

Twice a year, the City of Cathedral City sends out its popular direct mailer about City programs, services, community and environmental events as well as important city topics.  Towards the end of January, the mailer should be hitting mailboxes throughout Cathedral City.  However, you can also find the mailer electronically…

Governor Newsom Lifts the Most Restrictive Stay-At-Home Orders Effective Immediately

Riverside County Will Open in the Purple Tier for COVID-19 Color Charts   Seeing data that shows ICU COVID-19 Hospitalization capacity going above 15% in the next four weeks, Governor Newsom immediately lifted the very restrictive “Stay-At-Home” order issued back in December.  It is lifted for all of California.  However,…

Federal Government Extends Residential Eviction Ban to March 31st

One of the first Executive Orders released by the Biden Administration was to extend the residential eviction ban to March 31st for those who are having a difficult time paying rent due to the Coronavirus.  Under the authority of the Centers for Disease Control, the ban makes it illegal to…

Sign-up on Saturday at Noon for Next Week’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Participants must register and have an appointment to get vaccinated Riverside County will open appointments Saturday (Jan. 23) at noon for next week’s vaccine clinics in Corona, Menifee, Beaumont and Indio. Approximately 10,000 appointments will be available for anyone within Phase 1A (all tiers) and Phase 1B (tier 1), which…

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

Click on the following link to read this week’s newsletter: http://bit.ly/issue-274

Special Election for Cathedral City Voters – March 2nd – Measure B

Did you know Cathedral City is having a Special Election on March 2nd? On the Special Election ballot is Measure B, Cathedral City’s Short-Term Vacation Rental (STVR) Regulation Measure. If approved by Cathedral City voters, Measure B would uphold all provisions of Ordinance 842 adopted by the City in response…

Riverside County Announces New Vaccine Clinics for This Weekend

Participants must register and have an appointment to get vaccinated   Riverside County received 26,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine this week to distribute among community partners. Of this week’s allocation, 3,900 doses will be used for six additional county-run vaccine clinics. Supply of vaccine continues to be limited and demand…

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