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“Yes on Measure B” Leads in Election Poll

A Special Election on Short-Term Vacation Rental (STVR) regulations was held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 to determine the outcome of Ordinance 842 that was unanimously passed by the city council in September 2020.  The “Yes on Measure B” would uphold Ordinance 842, the City’s adopted Short-Term Vacation Rental regulations…

Moderate and High-Contact Youth and Adult Sports May Now Resume in Riverside County

Informed consent and weekly COVID-19 testing may be required for specific sports   Moderate- and high-contact sports, including soccer, football, baseball, cheer and water polo, may now resume in Riverside County as the county’s adjusted case rate is 11.3. The case rate is updated every Tuesday and posted online at…

Changes to COVID-19 vaccination clinics to better serve Riverside county residents

New vaccine sites opening, expanding hours of operation and one site closing. Riverside County health officials have planned a series of changes to better serve residents and provide more opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations. The updated clinics, which will take effect this week, will also help provide better access to COVID-19…

Measure B Ballot Drop-Off Locations and Voting in Person on Tuesday

Senate Bill 29 was recently passed and signed by the governor requiring all voters to receive a mailed ballot from county registrar’s offices for any election in 2021, similar to the General Election back in November 2020.  Riverside County’s Registrar of Voters Office has mailed ballots to every registered voter…

Cathedral City’s Measure B – Vote This Tuesday, March 2nd

Measure B, the Cathedral City Short-Term Vacation Rental Regulation Measure, will be the only item on your March 2, 2021 special election ballot. All eligible Cathedral City residents are encouraged to participate.  To find your polling place or a Vote by Mail drop-off center, go to https://www.voteinfo.net/elections/20210302Cathedral/2021_03_02.asp for more information….

50,000+ Californians Have Died of COVID-19

An undesirable milestone was reached today as more than 50,000 Californians have died from the Coronavirus in the past year.  More than 3.4 million Californians contracted the disease since the global pandemic began.   It is important for Californians who are eligible to receive one of the COVID-19 vaccinations to…

Mary Pickford Drive-In Theater Extended to May 31

Managers of the Mary Pickford Theatre in Downtown Cathedral City received unanimous city council approval on Wednesday to continue operating its drive-in movie theater across Highway 111 until at least May 31st.  The drive-in has been an oasis for movie lovers not wanting to watch Netflix or other streaming movie…

Cathedral City Had an Annual 22% Crime Reduction in 2020

At the city council meeting on Wednesday, Police Chief George Crum presented data on Part 1 crimes (the most serious) in Cathedral City comparing statistics from one year ago as well as five years ago.  His report showed that in 2020, Part 1 crimes were reduced by 22% compared to…

Notice of Vacancy: Architectural Review Committee

The City of Cathedral City currently has one vacancy on the Architectural Review Committee.  This term will begin immediately. This position is for a Licensed Landscape Architect or someone who holds certificates or degrees or other education, training or work experience in the field of landscape design or similar fields…

Schools with Approved COVID-19 Prevention Plans May Return to In-person Instruction

Four school districts in Riverside County have approved plans   Riverside County’s adjusted case rate for new COVID-19 cases dropped below a threshold that will allow transitional kindergarten through sixth grade education to reopen in accordance with the state’s framework. Today marked the milestone for Riverside County’s adjusted countywide daily…

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