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Honda of the DesertCathedral City Auto Center and Palm Springs Ford – one of the largest auto centers in Southern California with the largest selection and varieties of makes and models including the only Tesla Dealership in the Coachella Valley. Take a test drive in luxury brands like Lexus, Cadillac, and Volvo or more competitive brands such as Toyota, Honda, Kia, Chrysler, Chevy or Volkswagen.

You can also spruce up your current car by driving over to the Ramon Road Corridor - a hotbed of automotive customization, repair and supply shops.

Eclectic ShoppingThe Perez Road Business District, a thriving hub of more than 200 businesses and home to the City’s distinctive home improvement, design and décor shops. Similar treasures unearthed there can only be found by driving to LA’s design showrooms.  The district offers some of the finest marbles to the latest kitchen and bathroom fixtures. And, if you like mid-century furniture and collectibles – you can also find that on Perez Road as well

Fond of vintage clothes, furniture, art and home décor? Some of the best consignment stores in the valley are located along East Palm Canyon Drive.  There, you will also discover national stores like Target and Trader Joe’s.

Harbor FreightFinally, head towards the east side of town and travel along Date Palm Drive for a great variety of local and national restaurants,  In Shape, a 42,000 square-foot upscale fitness center, and a plethora of discount retailers such as Big Lots, and the new Harbor Freight Tools.  From Office Supplies to Irrigation supplies, Date Palm Drive is one of the fastest growing shopping districts in the City. Cardenas Market is great for specialty Mexican items, fresh meats, and in-store dining.



Shopping News

Journey With CCTV Host Conrad Angel Corral to Bear Wear in Cathedral City

Check out the latest episode of CCTV’s regular segment promoting and highlighting new businesses opening throughout Cathedral City! Host Conrad Angel Corral recently visited Bear Wear, located at 68571 E Palm Canyon Dr, Cathedral City, CA 92234. Bear Wear is a boutique store offering men’s fashion, jewelry, home accessories and gifts. Please support our small... Continue reading

Meeting The Moment: 2024 State of the City Now Available Online, LeAnn Rimes Announced as Balloon Festival Headliner

The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the City of Cathedral City, hosted the 2024 Cathedral City State of the City Business Awards & Expo on Tuesday, May 16, 2024, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Golf Resort, 67967 Vista Chino, Cathedral City, CA 92234. This year’s theme was Meeting The Moment. The annual... Continue reading

Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce to Host 2024 State of the City Business Awards & Expo on May 14, 2024

The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the City of Cathedral City, invites you to attend the 2024 Cathedral City State of the City Business Awards & Expo. This year’s theme will be Meeting The Moment. This annual event offers a review of economic activity from the previous year, as well as future... Continue reading

City of Cathedral City Embraces the Future of Civic Engagement with FlashVote Community Surveys

Do you have about one minute a month to help make Cathedral City better? The City of Cathedral City is working with FlashVote to engage the community and gather valuable input from residents about where they consume news and information about the city, as well as feedback related to our community events. We encourage residents... Continue reading

City of Cathedral City’s Five-Year Strategic Plan with 2024 Updates Now Available to Review on Discover Homepage

The City of Cathedral City’s 5-Year Strategic Plan is now available for residents to review on the Discover Cathedral City homepage. The plan provides a longer-term perspective for service delivery and budgeting as well as operationally addressing current needs and priorities. On Jan. 27, 2024, the City’s leadership team and City Council met together for... Continue reading