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CDC Issues Order Prohibiting Residential Evictions in the U.S. Where COVID-19 Is Prevalent

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signed an order on August 3, 2021 determining the evictions of tenants for failure to make rent or housing payments could be detrimental to public health control measures to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This order will expire on October…

“Dinner with Patsi” Raises $2,321 for Police Officers Association

The July “Dinner with Patsi” held at the Runway Restaurant and Bar raised $2,321.00 for the Cathedral City Police Officers Association.  Police Officer Brian Barkley accepted the funds raised by the community who simply throw their loose change into Patsi’s hat to support wonderful programs in Cathedral City.  This month’s…

Help Decorate the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

The 2021 Christmas Tree that will be erected on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol during the holidays will come from Six Rivers National Forest located in California. Named, “Sugar Bear,” the Christmas Tree is an 84-foot white fir located within the Mad River Ranger District.   Organizers…

Eviction Moratorium Remains in Effect in California Until September 30th

Although the Federal Moratorium on residential evictions, due to COVID-19 reasons, expired on July 31, 2021, the State of California still prohibits residential evictions through September 30, 2021.  AB 832 was passed by the California Legislature and signed into law by Governor Newsom.   AB 832 – which extends the…

California Department of Public Health Recommends Wearing Masks for All Indoor Activities

Delta Variant Twice as Transmissible as Novel Coronavirus   The COVID-19 vaccines are effective in preventing serious disease. Unvaccinated persons are more likely to get infected and spread the virus which is transmitted through the air and concentrates indoors. About 15% of our population remains without the option for vaccination…

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

Click on the following link to read this week’s newsletter: http://bit.ly/issue-302

“Fountain of Life” Restoration Underway with Several Heat-Related Delays

Since June 16th, the Mayor Gregory S. Pettis Fountain of Life has been under construction to restore water statues and the main fountain pillars, replace multiple mosaic tiles that are missing, and to clean off years of mineral build-up on the overall interactive water feature.  The $146,850 restoration was slated…

City Council Approves the 2040 General Plan Update

On Wednesday evening, the City Council unanimously approved the Cathedral City 2040 General Plan and Active Transportation Plan.   The Cathedral City 2040 General Plan establishes appropriate goals, objectives, policies, programs and guidelines to address land use, housing, economic development, community health, community design, transportation and circulation, public facilities and…

CDC Recommends Wearing a Mask Indoors Where COVID-19 Is Spreading

The CDC has reversed its previous advice and is now recommending that everyone wear a mask indoors regardless of your vaccination status for areas that are seeing a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.  The CDC attributes new information coming from a recent unpublished report that viral loads of…

SCE Power Lunch – Help with Your Utility Bills

Grab Your Lunch and Get Informed! Southern California Edison representatives will join us to share information on the following:   Options for customers facing financial hardship as a result of COVID-19 Information on customer rebate programs and other options for customers to save on their electric bills Tips on how to…

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