Under the direction of the City Council, the City Manager is the City's chief administrator.
The City Clerk serves as the City’s official record custodian and maintains the City’s legislative history.
The Community Development Department is responsible for building and planning projects.
-Code & Cannabis Compliance-
Code compliance is the enforcement of all codes, ordinances, laws, and regulations as they relate to conditions or activity within the City.
DHSPD provides preventive patrol, enforcement laws and ordinances, traffic enforcement, traffic collision investigation, and more.
Riverside County Fire Department, in cooperation with CAL FIRE, proudly serves the citizens and businesses of Desert Hot Springs.
The Director of Finance oversees the day-to-day management of the City's financial resources.
Human Resources is responsible for recruiting, retention, benefits, workers compensation, safety.
Public Works is responsible for the construction, maintenance and operation of the city's streets, landscaping and other publicly owned facilities.
For City Department contacts and phone numbers, please click the box below for the most up-to-date phone list.
Desert Hot Springs is a vibrant 21st century city with an increasingly diverse economy. Our Economic Development team works to help support its growth.
-Animal Care & Control-
Animal Care & Control provides exceptional care and service to the animals and people of Desert Hot Springs, by returning pets to their families and working diligently to find a rescue for all adoptable animals without families.
The City of Desert Hot Springs City Hall is located at 11-999 Palm Drive, and is open Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.