Cathedral City’s Auto Center continues to expand as the former Volvo/Subaru Dealership has split into their own stand-alone dealerships. The Volvo Dealership, now owned by Dan Jessup, has moved to a brand-new location at 67615 East Palm Canyon Drive in Cathedral City, the former Flooring Innovations building. According to Mr. Jessup, the dealership is currently […]
Cathedral City’s Economic Development Department is excited to announce that ACE Hardware Cathedral City will open in April at the former Fresh and Easy Grocery Store located at 30025 Date Palm Drive. Ace stores offer a wide variety of paint, lawn and garden, tools, business supplies, local niche services and virtually anything you’ll ever need to fix, repair and maintain your home or business. And of course, Ace is most certainly the place with the helpful hardware folks!
The City Council adopted a Gender Neutral Restroom Ordinance effective January 2016 to address the needs of all people, regardless of the way one presents or identifies their gender identify. To comply, a single user restroom(s) within a commercial facility must have gender neutral signage (defined as a sign that indicates a restroom without reference to a specific gender) installed.
A proliferation of abandoned shopping carts creates a visual blight in the city and causes a number of other issues
In the fall of 2017, the City Council voted to promote healthy meal options for families and contribute to building a healthier community. They did this by adopting an ordinance requiring healthy beverages, such as milk and water, be the default beverage for children’s meals offered by restaurants. Sugary drinks, including soda, energy and sports […]
The Economic Development Department has been busy working on many projects since our last update. It is this activity, energy, and diversity of activities which makes our department an exciting place to be.
Great strides were made in 2017 to fill vacant commercial spaces that have been noticeable in Cathedral City since the Great Recession and its immediate downturn in the economy as well as the ever-changing habits of shoppers from brick and mortar shopping to more online shopping. Big box stores and indoor shopping malls are no longer desirable to many consumers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Laura James 760-340-1575, email@example.com Cathedral City, CA (January 29, 2018) – The Coachella Valley Economic Partnership (CVEP) in conjunction with the City of Cathedral City and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) present a series of monthly workshops geared towards helping entrepreneurs open and run their businesses profitably. The “Small Business […]
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians (Tribe) proposes to build a gaming facility and ancillary amenities on land that it owns contiguous to the Tribe’s Reservation within the City of Cathedral City (City), in Riverside County, California (Proposed Project). As part of the Proposed Project, an application has been filed with the Bureau of […]
The Coachella Valley Small Business Awards Program, hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Coachella Valley Small Business Development Center, and the Riverside County Economic Development Agency, was held on Thursday, December 14, 2017, in Cathedral City at the DoubleTree Hotel.