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City Talks with Police Chief George Crum: Introducing Officer Hodge, Homeless Liaison

City Talks with Police Chief George Crum: Introducing Officer Hodge, Homeless Liaison The latest episode of City Talks on Channel 17 features Police Chief George Crum introducing Officer Dwayne Hodge as the new Homeless Liaison for the police department. The Homeless Liaison shall serve to assist individuals facing homelessness by…

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Cathedral City Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags

Cathedral City Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags The City Council of Cathedral City voted unanimously last July to ban single-use plastic bags at retail locations in Cathedral City, effective February 22, 2016. The ban will be similar to those passed in other cities within the Coachella Valley including Palm Springs, Palm…

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Ocotillo Park in Cathedral City Officially Opened Today

Hundreds of people joined the City Council, City Staff, former and current Park Commissioners to celebrate the completion of the $5 million, 5 acre Ocotillo Park that has been in the planning, bidding, and building process for more than 5 years. Beautiful weather allowed for a fantastic time with the…

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Children’s Art Party this Saturday from 1-3 PM.

The SCRAP Gallery and the Agnes Pelton Society hosts the Children’s monthly Art Party at the Cathedral Center, 37-171 W. Buddy Rogers Ave., this Saturday from 1-3 PM. Admission is free. This month’s art project is “holiday gifts.” Participants create art pieces made of recyclable materials and also meet and…

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Come Celebrate the Grand Opening of Cathedral City’s “Ocotillo Park” – Saturday, December 12 at 10 am

Come Celebrate the Grand Opening of Cathedral City’s “Ocotillo Park” – Saturday, December 12 at 10 am Cathedral City is proud to announce the addition of “Ocotillo Park” to its portfolio of recreational spaces throughout our wonderful city. The nearly $5 million park features two basketball courts, skate board park,…

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DiscoverCathedralCity.com Now Available in Multiple Languages

DiscoverCathedralCity.com Now Available in Multiple Languages We are excited to announce that we have added a new feature to DiscoverCathedralCity.com that will automatically translate the website into a multitude of languages, albeit not perfectly. However, it is a vast improvement in making our website and information about our great City…

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Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis Appointed Vice Chair of the National League of Cities Human Development Committee

Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis Appointed Vice Chair of the National League of Cities Human Development Committee The National League of Cities (NLC) President Melodee Colbert-Kean (Councilmember, Joplin, MO) recently announced that Cathedral City’s Mayor Pro Tem Greg Pettis has been appointed Vice Chair of the NLC’s Human Development Committee….

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The Palm Springs International Film Festival Comes to Cathedral City’s Mary Pickford Theatre

The Palm Springs International Film Festival comes to Cathedral City’s Mary Pickford Theatre for the First Time utilizing two screens from January 1-11, 2016. Let’s show our support for this fantastic event and welcome the guests to our great city! Facebook

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Agua Caliente to provide road improvement funds

Agua Caliente to provide road improvement funds Tribe, Cathedral City partner for major transportation projects CATHEDRAL CITY — The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians announced today it will provide up to $2.15 million in transportation funding for major road improvement projects in Cathedral City. “It’s important that streets are…

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C.O.D. Street Fair Comes to Downtown Cathedral City for the First Time – Wednesday, December 2nd

C.O.D. Street Fair Comes to Downtown Cathedral City for the First Time – Wednesday, December 2nd Show support for the C.O.D. Alumni Association’s Street Fair in Downtown Cathedral City by joining us tomorrow evening from 4 pm to 9 pm for: Produce Clothing Jewelry Food Vendors (eat dinner) Art Home…

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