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Cathedral City Declares a Local Emergency Due to the CoronaVirus

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA. – [March 16, 2020] The City Council of Cathedral City held an Emergency Meeting in response to the CoronaVirus pandemic.  The council voted unanimously in support of a resolution declaring a local emergency.   The declaration provides the following measures to be implemented immediately:   To Protect our…

Mayor John Aguilar’s Statement on the Declaration of a Local Emergency for the CoronaVirus

As the world deals with a new deadly virus invisible to the naked eye and highly contagious, the City Council of Cathedral City is well aware that families are juggling many new obstacles around their daily lives, such as school closures and related childcare, isolation within our homes, threats to…

Governor Newsom Directs All Bars, Wineries, and BrewPubs to Close Statewide; Seniors over 65 to Isolate Themselves at Home

Click on the video below to watch Governor Newsom’s Press Conference over the weekend on his directive to close all bars, wineries, and brewpubs statewide.  He also asks all seniors over the age 65 to isolate themselves at home until the CoronaVirus concerns have been lifted.

Cathedral City Senior Center Temporarily Suspends Regular Operations Due to the CoronaVirus

The Cathedral City Senior Center has temporarily suspended its regular operations until April 3rd due to the CoronaVirus.  The Food Bank and designated lunch order pick-ups will continue.   Download Letter

The U.S. Small Business Administration Offers Assistance During the CoronaVirus Pandemic

The United States Small Business Administration is offering emergency programs to assist small businesses during the COVID-19: CoronaVirus Pandemic and its economic impact on the economy and small businesses.  They have developed numerous programs to help assist during this economic downturn.  For the latest information, go to:  https://www.sba.gov/page/guidance-businesses-employers-plan-respond-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19  

Employees and Employers Have Resources Available During the CoronaVirus Pandemic

As more and more businesses are asked to close due to stopping or slowing the CoronaVirus Pandemic, this can put additional pressures on employers and employees.  The California Employment Development Department has implemented emergency procedures to assist employees and employers during this rapidly changing environment.   To learn more about…

PSUSD Providing Free Breakfast and Lunch Meals During School Closures              

Palm Springs Unified School District is providing free student meals (breakfast and lunch) to all children during school closures at designated locations.  Your child does NOT have to be enrolled to receive the free meal.  Here are the locations: All school bus stops. The school buses will be delivering meals…

Mayor Aguilar Provides the Following Statement on the Coronavirus Pandemic and Special Events at Last Night’s Council Meeting

As mayor, I want to let the community know, those who are here, those watching at home, and those who maybe following us on social media and our website; that your mayor, city council, city manager, and city department heads, particularly our fire and police, are actively engaged in monitoring…

COVID-19: Coronavirus Update – March 9th

March 9, 2020   Riverside County health officials announce three new novel coronavirus cases (COVID-19) in Coachella Valley     Riverside University Health System-Public Health is announcing three new cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Coachella Valley.   Dr. Cameron Kaiser, Riverside County public health officer, said health investigators…

COVID-19: Coronavirus Update

Here is the latest update on COVID-19 for Riverside County: