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City Council Gives Direction to Bring Back City Festivals for 2021-2022

The City Council held a Special Meeting on Wednesday to discuss the city’s special events as it prepares for the biennial budget process this spring.  Communications / Events Manager Chris Parman presented the lengthy list of large and community-oriented events the city produces or sponsors each year.  They include the…

Two Educational Flyers on the Measure B Special Election – March 2nd

Cathedral City residents will vote on Measure B during a Special Election being held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 related to Short-Term Vacation Rentals (STVRs).  You may have received informational pieces in the mail from City Manager Charlie McClendon and Police Chief George Crum.   In the letter written by…

COVID-19 Vaccination Locations and Mandatory Guidelines

Riverside University Health System is asking those who are seeking their first dose of the coronavirus vaccination to follow the county’s rules when selecting the location.  First, if you can get a vaccination from your medical provider or pharmacy, then please do so.  If you go to the county’s website…

COVID-19 Vaccinations Available at Palm Springs Convention Center

In an effort to offer a more convenient location for west Coachella Valley residents and workers, Riverside University Health System and Curative have collaborated to offer COVID-19 vaccinations starting this Friday at the Palm Spring Convention Center located at 277 North Avenida Caballeros in Palm Springs.  The new clinic will…

Measure B and Housing Issues

Some residents have asked how Measure B could address our local housing issues. As part of its policy deliberations, the City considered the fact that local housing costs keep increasing and affordable inventory is decreasing.  One of several policy goals behind adopting STVR restrictions is to protect the housing availability…

Join George Takei for a Day of Remembrance Event

Join George Takei for a Day of Remembrance virtual event and live discussion at the Glen Avon Regional Library on Friday, Feb. 19. Seventy-five years ago, Executive Order 9066 paved the way to the profound violation of constitutional rights that resulted in the forced removal and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese…

Drive-thru Coronavirus Testing Available Tuesday in Cathedral City

Did you take risks at a Super Bowl Party and unsure if you have COVID-19 or not?  Starting on Friday, February 12th you can begin to sign-up at www.Curative.com for a special Drive-thru Coronavirus Test Center scheduled for this Tuesday, February 16 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Northgate…

New Class II Bike Lanes on Gerald Ford Drive

Construction crews began striping new Class II Bike Lanes on Gerald Ford Drive today. The new striping runs on both the north and south sides of Gerald Ford Drive from Date Palm Drive to Plumley Road and on the south side of Gerald Ford Drive from Plumley Road to Da…

Councilmember Rita Lamb Reads Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax” for Coronavirus Storytime

As elementary school children continue to learn from home during the pandemic, Councilmember Rita Lamb reads Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax.” It is a story about preserving Earth’s natural resources for future generations and the importance of speaking out against the overcutting of trees and industrial pollution.   Councilmember Lamb previously…

Those Who Need Second-Dose Shot Will Be Notified When Vaccine Is Available

Due to a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine, Riverside University Health System (RUHS) stated that it may be between the recommend minimum wait time of 21 days for Pfizer and 28 days for Moderna and up to 42 days before a second dose of the vaccine can be administered…

All City Buildings Are Closed Until Further Noticemore
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