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NOTICE OF VACANCIES – Cathedral City Cannabis Task Force

The City of Cathedral City announces three vacancies on the Cannabis Task Force.  These terms will begin immediately. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION NO LATER THAN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2021, to the office of the City Clerk, 68-700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City, CA 92234.   Applications can be downloaded from the…

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

Click on the following link to read this week’s newsletter:  http://bit.ly/issue-273  

U. S. Drug Enforcement Agency Raids STVR in Cathedral City

This morning, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency served a warrant and raided a home permitted as a short-term vacation rental in the Panorama neighborhood as it was allegedly operating as an illegal cannabis grow house.  Neighbors said multiple police and unmarked vehicles responded to the scene.  After no one…

Mayor Gregory Offers an Informative Video about Measure B

With the March 2, 2021 Special Election for Measure B coming soon, Mayor Raymond Gregory offers this informative video about this important measure dealing with short-term vacation rental regulations that every voter in Cathedral City will have an opportunity to decide.   Measure B would uphold the City’s adopted Short-Term…

City Council Passed a Resolution Supporting Measure B

The city council unanimously passed a resolution at last night’s council meeting supporting Measure B based on more than 1,800 neighbor complaints related to short-term vacation rentals (STVRs) and complaint data presented by Police Chief Crum and Code Compliance Manager Molina.   More than 60% of the 761 complaints compiled…

Governor Announces Seniors 65 and Older Can Now Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

Govern Newsom announced today that Seniors age 65 and older can now get the COVID-19 vaccine in an attempt to speed up the distribution and get healthcare workers and those most vulnerable vaccinated right away.  This will help in slowing the spread and reduce the number of patients needing hospitalization….

Riverside County Plans for Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Supersites

Riverside County announced today that it has activated the Type III All-Hazard Incident Management Team (IMT) to help coordinate the planning and implementation of a massive vaccination program for more than two million county residents.  This will allow for the vaccination of thousands each day once the sites are located,…

Financial Assistance Program for Cathedral City Small Businesses Now Available

Up to $20,000 per small business now available   In late 2020, the Federal Housing and Urban Development agency awarded Cathedral City an additional allocation of Community Development Block Grant (“CDBG”) funds through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act. Recognizing the difficult…

Mayor Raymond Gregory and Supervisor Perez Urge You to Get Tested for COVID-19

Beginning on Monday, January 11th through Friday, January 15th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, the public can get free COVID-19 testing in Cathedral City at Northgate Church located at 30010 Date Palm Drive.  Thanks to a partnership with Riverside County Public Health, Logistic Health Incorporated and Northgate Church, this…

State-Operated Testing Site Comes to Cathedral City Next Week

CATHEDRAL CITY – A state-operated coronavirus testing site will provide COVID testing next week in Cathedral City.  Coronavirus testing will be available from Monday, January 11 to Friday, January 15, at Northgate Community Church in Cathedral City, 30-010 Date Palm Dr. The site is open from 7:00 a.m. until 7 p.m….

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