Looking for an opportunity to walk and view some amazing art at the same time? Then come wearing your face mask and social distance at the First Fridays Art Walk on Perez Road from 5 pm to 8 pm. The nine art galleries are located at 68845 & 68895 Perez...
FUN-O-RAMA Coming to Octotillo Park on Saturday, October 2nd
Councilmember Nancy Ross, Volunteer of the Year Sue Townsley, City’s Environmental Conservation Division, SCRAP Gallery, the Cathedral City Boys and Girls Club, Cathedral City Arts Commissioners, the Cathedral City Parks and Community Events Commission, and the Desert Recreation District have teamed up to provide a family fun day event at…
Cathedral City’s Halloween Spooktacular features trick or treating with over 40,000 pieces of candy!
Presented by Crockett Law Group
COVID-19 Tiers Eliminated Statewide Starting June 15, 2021
From the California Department of Public Health: Beginning June 15, all sectors listed in the current Blueprint Activities and Business Tiers Chart may return to usual operations (with the limited exceptions noted below for Mega Events) based on the following general public health recommendations: Restrictions Applying to Indoor & Outdoor Settings…
The Cathedral City Community Update is now available. Click the following link to view it. https://bit.ly/issue-295
Governor Proposes Opening the Entire California Economy on June 15
From the California Department of Public Health: As we reach 20 million vaccines administered and COVID-19 case rates and hospitalizations have stabilized, California is looking to move beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy to fully reopening our economy. On June 15, all industries across the state can return to…
Measure B Information
Measure B, the Cathedral City Short-Term Vacation Rental Regulation Measure, will appear on a March 2, 2021 Special Election ballot.
Southern California Stay-At-Home Order Goes into Effect Sunday at 11:59 pm
The ICU Hospital Bed Capacity for the Southern California Region (made up of Imperial, Inyo, Los Angeles, Mono, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties) fell below 15% triggering the Governor’s Stay-at-Home Orders effect as of Sunday, December 6, 2020 at 11:59 pm….
Riverside County Needs to Test 52,500 People a Week for COVID-19
For Riverside County to move out of the most restrictive tier for businesses to reopen, the county needs to test 52,500 people a week. This will allow health experts to identify hotspots of community spread and isolate those who may or may not have symptoms and are unknowingly spreading the…
Riverside County Offering Mobile COVID-19 Testing Over the Next Few Weeks
Following a successful coronavirus testing event earlier this month at the Palm Springs Convention Center, Riverside County’s mobile testing team is returning to the Coachella Valley to provide free coronavirus tests to residents over the next two weeks. The Riverside University Health System – Public Health mobile testing team…