Cathedral City Fire Department is thrilled to announce a series of upcoming events aimed at promoting community safety, education, and engagement. These events will provide valuable information and hands-on training to residents of Cathedral City. We invite everyone to join us and take part in these exciting initiatives.
Fall Prevention: In partnership with Desert Regional Medical Center, Cathedral City Fire Department will be hosting a fall prevention workshop, Friday December 8th, at the Cathedral City Senior Center located at 37171 W Buddy Rogers Ave. The workshop will take place from 1 pm-2 pm in English and from 2 pm-3 pm in Spanish. This event will provide valuable information and practical tips on how to prevent falls, especially among older adults. Join us to learn about home safety modifications, exercises to improve balance, and other preventive measures. The workshop is free.
Emergency Preparedness Community workshop: Saturday February 3rd at 11 am at Agua Caliente Elementary school. All attendees receive basic knowledge on how to prepare for major emergencies. There is no cost for this workshop. The first 25 people who show up will receive an emergency preparedness kit.
Smoke Alarm Installation – On January 20th, Cathedral City Fire in partnership with the American Red Cross will be conducting a smoke alarm installation campaign throughout the community. Our dedicated team of firefighters and volunteers will visit homes to install and test smoke alarms, ensuring that every household is equipped with this life-saving device. This initiative aims to raise awareness about fire safety and reduce the risk of fire-related injuries. Volunteers are needed.
For more information about any of these events, please contact Fire Administration at 760-770-8200 or visit our website at cathedralcityfire.org.
Cathedral City Fire Department is a dedicated and highly trained team of professionals committed to protecting and serving the residents of Cathedral City. With a focus on community risk reduction, safety, emergency response, and public education, we strive to make our city a safer place for all.