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.
New SBA 504 SOP Means Less Risk for Tax Payers and Less Regulation for Small Business Owners SBA SOP 50(10) J, the new Small Business Administration regulations for the SBA 504 Fixed Asset Finance and Refinance program was released on Friday, October 16th. The new regulations will reduce some regulatory burdens for borrowers and will […]
The City of Cathedral City works closely with the local Chamber of Commerce to promote and encourage continued success among members of the Cathedral City business and civic service community. It’s especially fitting, therefore, that each year the City’s best & brightest “stars”, and those who support their continued success, are recognized at the Chamber’s annual Orion Awards. This year’s event was held on Friday, June 23rd at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Resort Hotel at Vista Chino & Landau. The overall Presenting Sponsor of the event was Jessup Auto Plaza.
Community Update by Curt Watts Economic Development Director It makes a lot of “cents” for Cathedral City residents and visitors to actively support businesses located within our city. As the summer approaches and fewer visitors to the Coachella Valley are in town, your collective support of our local businesses is especially important. By shopping locally, you […]
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians announced today it is acquiring 12.5 acres for a development project in the heart of downtown Cathedral City, and it will contribute funds to relocate a fire station currently at the site.