Cathedral City Recognized as a ‘Most Livable City’ in America
Welcome to one of America’s ‘Most Livable Cities’!
Cathedral City Uses $750,000 Community Development Block Grant to Improve South City Streets
Thanks to a $750,000 Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, twelve unimproved and worn-out streets between Dinah Shore and 33rd Avenue, and west of Date Palm Drive received a much needed resurfacing. Named the South City Street Improvement project, the newly resurfaced streets…
Cathedral City Announces A New Job Opening: Human Resource Manager
Cathedral City Announces A New Job Opening: Human Resource Manager For more information about this position or all other job openings, go to: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/cathedralcityca/default.cfm
Cathedral City Repairs Storm Damaged Road Ahead of Schedule
Cathedral City Repairs Storm Damaged Road Ahead of Schedule On August 3rd, monsoonal storms dumped over an inch of rain in Cathedral City in just a few short hours. The volume of rain overwhelmed an area near the intersection of Landau Boulevard and Ramon Road. City engineers investigated the damage…
3rd Quarter Fiscal Update on the 2013 – 2014 Budget
Cathedral City Manager Charlie McClendon presents the 3rd Quarter Fiscal Update on the 2013 – 2014 City Biennial Budget. Post by City of Cathedral City, CA – Municipal Government.
Let us know which Mexican restaurant in Cathedral City is your favorite.
Cathedral City has a great variety of local dining options. Let us know which Mexican restaurant is your favorite. Have your friends vote too. Voting ends on September 30th and soon thereafter we will highlight the winning restaurant. http://woobox.com/6bn28d
Sergio Rosas – Discover Real
Sergio talks about his education and growing up in Cathedral City. Discover Real
Riofine Neon – Discover Real
Rio, finé and the rest of the gang at Riofine Neon talk about relocating family and business into Cathedral City.
Cathedral City Police Department Helps Raise Funds for United Cerebral Palsy
Cathedral City Police Department Helps Raise Funds for United Cerebral Palsy This past Saturday, United Cerebral Palsy of the Inland Empire hosted the 24th Annual Palm Springs Bowl-A-Thon to raise funds for its clients and cause. Our very own, Police Chief Kevin Connor and Police Captain Earl Moss participated in…
Celebrate Harbor Freight Tools’ Grand Opening – This Wednesday, August 13th
Celebrate Harbor Freight Tools’ Grand Opening – This Wednesday, August 13th Discount retailer, Harbor Freight Tools, will celebrate its Grand Opening this Wednesday, August 13th with product specials, free donuts and light refreshments in the morning, and free pizza around the noon hour. No official ribbon cutting ceremony will take…