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Public service announcement: Stay at home this Fourth of July
Riverside County created a public service announcement calling on all residents and visitors to avoid social gatherings this Fourth of July due to the danger of spreading COVID-19. Social gatherings are a known source of spreading the disease. U.S. Army veteran Ralph Duarte and employee of the Riverside County…
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New Renderings Now Available for the Cathedral City Casino
Progress continues on the Agua Caliente Casino – Cathedral City in downtown near the corner of Highway 111 and Date Palm Drive. The new 100,000 square- foot entertainment complex is expected to open towards the end of 2020. It will offer slot machines, card tables, and restaurants as well as…
Governor Closes Riverside County Indoor Dine-In Restaurants, Movie Theaters, and Museums for Three Weeks
SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Department of Public Health today released guidance directing counties that have been on the County Monitoring List for three consecutive days or more to close indoor operations for certain sectors which promote the mixing of populations beyond households and make adherence to physical distancing and wearing face…
Governor Extends Eviction Restrictions for Renters Due to COVID-19
SACRAMENTO — Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order extending authorization for local governments to halt evictions for renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, through September 30. The order also addresses a variety of issues in response to the pandemic, by extending provisions in earlier orders which allow adults to…
Family Gatherings Are Spreading the COVID-19 Virus
Riverside County has begun contact tracing to determine where people are exposing themselves to the coronavirus (COVID-19). The initial data is pointing to places like bars, but also large family gatherings where family members from outside of their immediate households are intermixing for family BBQs, picnics, going to the beaches…
Connect Cathedral City – Take the Survey
As we continue during these unprecedented times, figuring out ways to improve the mobility options in our communities is becoming increasingly important. Learn more about Connect Cathedral City! Take a look at four upcoming projects that aim to create safer and better opportunities for you to walk, ride a bike,…
Mask Up to Protect Your Family!
We all want to get back to “normal” as quickly as we can. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has not let up and continues to spread among all age groups. At the beginning of June, Cathedral City had 165 confirmed coronavirus cases. At the end of June, we have 618 confirmed…
All Fireworks Are Prohibited in Cathedral City, $1,000+ Fines
All fireworks are prohibited in Cathedral City. City ordinance imposes hefty fines for not only the person lighting the fireworks, but also the property owner or lessee that allows the fireworks to be discharged. How much will it cost you? Anyone caught using or allowing fireworks to be used…
Mayor Calls for an Emergency Meeting to Address COVID-19 Increases – Tuesday, June 30, 2:00 pm
The City Council will hold an emergency meeting on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 starting at 2:00 pm to address the recent surge in COVID-19 cases reported in Cathedral City and throughout the Coachella Valley. During a Special Meeting the public may comment on items listed on the agenda only….