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Cathedral City to Hold Public Review of Roadway Improvements for Vista Chino

Cathedral City to Hold Public Review of Roadway Improvements for Vista Chino The City of Cathedral City will hold a public review of the design concepts for its Capital Improvement Program for Vista Chino roadway from the east bank of the Whitewater River Channel to Date Palm Drive. Residents will…

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Public Workshop Scheduled for a Proposed Community Park in the Dream Homes Neighborhood

The City of Cathedral City will hold a public workshop on Monday, June 13 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Agua Caliente Elementary School, Multipurpose Room, 30-800 San Luis Rey Drive, Cathedral City to receive input from residents on a proposed community park to be located adjacent to…

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Ready, Set, Grow Your Business

What is “READY, SET, GROW YOUR BUSINESS!”? READY, SET, GROW YOUR BUSINESS! is an intense, strategic growth program with the goal of helping existing entrepreneurs take their business to the next level. Participants will attend a minimum of 12 workshops, work individually with a business counselor for at least two…

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City Council of Cathedral City Renames Two City Streets in Honor of Our Local High School Seniors for Their Academic Excellence

This morning, Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis and Councilmember Shelley Kaplan represented the entire City Council as two new street signs were unveiled honoring two high school students from Cathedral City for their academic excellence.  The Annual Student Street Naming Ceremonies recognized Mr. Ivan Hernandez of Cathedral City High School…

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Police Department 2016 – 2020 Strategic Plan

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Cathedral City Fire Department 2015 Annual Report

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Cathedral City Finances Continue to Strengthen as Reserves Surpass Council’s 33% Reserve Balance Policy

City Manager Charlie McClendon presents a 7-minute video that explains the City’s financial strength as part of the 2015/16 Mid-Year Budget Review. What is most important is that the City continues to surpass the Council’s reserve balance policy of 33% of the annual budget. In other words, the City’s savings…