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Excellent Resource Guide to Help You through COVID-19 Economic Impact

The Coachella Valley is severely impacted by COVID-19. In response, Lift to Rise is launching an Economic Preparation and Protection Plan for all affected residents throughout the region. The plan outlines the resources available to assist residents with food, unemployment benefits, utility bill payments, housing and rent, medical care, and…

Cathedral City Closes City Buildings to the Public

 Effort made to help protect the public and prevent COVID-19 community spread CATHEDRAL CITY, CA. – [March 18, 2020] In an effort to help protect the public and prevent community spreading of the novel CoronaVirus (COVID-19), the City of Cathedral City has closed all city buildings including the police station,…

CPUC Asks Utilities Not to Disconnect During CoronaVirus Emergency

The California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Executive Director today determined that energy, water, sewer, and communications companies under CPUC jurisdiction should halt customer disconnections for non-payment as a result of the State of Emergency called by Gov. Gavin Newsom due to COVID-19. To learn more, go to: https://www.cpuc.ca.gov/covid

Cathedral City Public Library Closed Until April 30

The City has been informed that the Cathedral City Public Library has been closed due to the CoronaVirus pandemic.  It will remain closed through April 30.

Riverside County Public Health Officer Mandates No Gathering of More than 10

On the evening of March 16, 2020, the Riverside County Public Health Officer ordered a mandate of no gathering greater than 10 people.  Below are the details:   Download Order

Cathedral City Postpones Special Events Until Further Notice

The Governor has issued a Stay at Home Order and the Riverside County Public Health Officer has issued social distancing orders through June 19, 2020.  The City of Cathedral City will suspend all special events until further notice.  

Cathedral City Declares a Local Emergency Due to the CoronaVirus

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA. – [March 16, 2020] The City Council of Cathedral City held an Emergency Meeting in response to the CoronaVirus pandemic.  The council voted unanimously in support of a resolution declaring a local emergency.   The declaration provides the following measures to be implemented immediately:   To Protect our…

Mayor John Aguilar’s Statement on the Declaration of a Local Emergency for the CoronaVirus

As the world deals with a new deadly virus invisible to the naked eye and highly contagious, the City Council of Cathedral City is well aware that families are juggling many new obstacles around their daily lives, such as school closures and related childcare, isolation within our homes, threats to…

Mayor of Cathedral City Calls for an Emergency Meeting

Consider declaration of a local emergency   CATHEDRAL CITY, CA. – [March 16, 2020] Mayor John Aguilar has called for an Emergency Meeting of the City Council to be held on Monday, March 16, 2020 at 4 pm.  The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers.  Three items are…

Latest CoronaVirus Update – March 15, 2020

COVID-19 Numbers at a Glance As of the morning March 15, 2020 there were a total of 335 positive cases in California, a 14% increase from the previous day. 24 cases are from repatriation flights, and the other 311 confirmed cases include: 70 – travel related, 3 of which are…