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Free Television and Computer E-Waste Recycling Event this Saturday

Northgate Community Church is hosting a free Television and Computer Recycling Event on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 9 am to 1 pm, located at 30-010 Date Palm Drive in Cathedral City.  You can recycle old televisions, computers, wires and cables.  The program is being offered by My eWaste Dropoff.com….

Cathedral City’s Weekly Newsletter

Click on the following link to read this week’s newsletter: http://bit.ly/issue-286

Cathedral City Hiring for Three Full-Time Positions – Apply Now

The City of Cathedral City has announced three job openings for full-time positions and seeks qualified applicants.  They include Crime Analyst, Permit Technician I, and Engineer Technician I.  Besides salary, the positions also provide health insurance, pension, educational reimbursement, paid vacation days, and other incentives. Crime Analyst Download Announcement Permit…

“The Passages” Art Sculpture Installed at Panorama Park

Last fall, the City Council approved the recommendation of the Cathedral City Public Arts Commission to install a new art sculpture at the northeast corner of Panorama Park, located at the corner of Avenida Maravilla and Peladora Road.  Entitled, “Passages,” the art sculpture created by Steve “Shig” Shigley honors the…

Cathedral Canyon Drive Resurfacing Project Completed

Crews from Petrochem Materials Innovation (PMI) finished the slurry resurfacing of Cathedral Canyon Drive from East Palm Canyon Drive intersection to Perez Road.  This was the final segment of a nearly $285,000 slurry project that resurfaced Cathedral Canyon Drive from Terrace Drive in the Cove neighborhood down to Perez Road…

Councilmember Rita Lamb and Teacher Matiana Rosales Read “I Know the River Loves Me” for Coronavirus Storytime

As elementary school children continue to learn partially from home during the pandemic, Councilmember Rita Lamb and Cathedral City Elementary Teacher Matiana Rosales read “I Know the River Loves Me / Yo sé que el río ama.” It is a story about respecting our rivers and not polluting these flowing…

Riverside County Moves to Less Restrictive Orange Tier on Wednesday, April 7

The state announced today that Riverside County will move to the less restrictive “Orange – Moderate” tier.  Please know the Orange Tier means that the coronavirus continues to spread in the community but at much lower rates than before.  Everyone should continue doing their part to wear a face covering…

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…

Riverside County Expands COVID-19 Vaccination Eligibility to Anyone 16 Years and Older

Teenagers aged 16 and 17 years must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian to get immunization   Riverside County health officials are expanding the eligibility for those who want to get vaccinated at the four county-run clinics to those 16 and older, effective Tuesday, April 6, 2021.   The…

Cathedral City Seeking Public Input on Its CDBG Annual Action Plan

The City of Cathedral City is seeking public input over the next thirty days on its Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Annual Action Plan (AAP). The FY 2021-2022 AAP is the fifth and final year of the City’s Five-Year Consolidated Plan. Cathedral City is an entitlement city that receives funding…

All City Buildings Are Closed Until Further Noticemore
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