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Southern Belle Café Offers Great Plates to Seniors
Watch CCTV Host Conrad Angel Corral and Economic Development Director Stone James interview Owner Bill Schneid and his Assistant Chris Ramirez about how Cathedral City’s Southern Belle Café became one of a handful of restaurants offering “Great Plates Delivered” to seniors in the Coachella Valley. As the name describes it,…
Coronavirus Storytime with Councilmember Rita Lamb
As school children are required to Stay at Home during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the reading to children programs have switched from the classroom to online. Councilmember Rita Lamb has taken the “Coronavirus Storytime” challenge that many people, including celebrities from around the world, are doing to keep children…
All Fireworks Prohibited in Cathedral City – Hefty Fine for Violations
Fireworks are prohibited in Cathedral City. City ordinance imposes hefty fines for not only will 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 illegal fireworks to be used…
New $45 Million Business Assistance Grant Program for Small Businesses in Riverside County
Take a look at this video where Economic Development Director Stone James and CCTV Host Conrad Angel Corral provide you with information on how your small business may be one of approximately 4,500 small businesses in Riverside County to receive a $10,000 COVID-19 Business Assistance Grant that does not have…
City Council Votes Unanimously to Affirm Emergency Order 2c – Prohibit Short Term Lodging Facilities
The City Council held a Special Meeting on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:00 am and voted unanimously to affirm Emergency Order 2c, a prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities. The Council also voted on two amendments that will be part of a new order, Emergency Order 2d, which will extend…
Riverside County Issues an Emergency Stay at Home Curfew Starting at 6 pm Tonight
In the wake of peaceful protests for the death of George Floyd that have been followed by rioting and looting throughout Southern California and throughout the nation, the County of Riverside has issued a countywide Stay at Home Emergency Curfew starting on Monday, June 1, 2020 from 6 pm to…
City Council to Hold Special Meeting to Discuss Emergency Order 2c – Short Term Lodging Facilities
The City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, June 1, 2020 at 11:00 am to discuss the need to continue, modify or remove Emergency Order 2c, a prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities until June 19, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Special Meeting requires public comment via…
Prohibition on Short-Term Lodging Facilities Remains In Effect Until June 19th
Although Riverside County removed Short-Term Vacation Rental prohibitions, the City of Cathedral City enacted Emergency Order 2c that prohibits all short-term lodging facilities including short-term vacation rentals until June 19, 2020. There are several exceptions that you can read here.