Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser has ordered all bars in Riverside County to close by Tuesday, June 30, in the hopes of slowing COVID-19 spread in the County.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is pleased to announce that the John H. Furbee Aquatics Center will open for the season on Monday, July 6, 2020.
With businesses reopening and the new City Hall nearing completion, Mayor Scott Matas and Assistant City Manager Doria Wilms provided an update on City news on June 19.
The Desert Hot Springs City Council will meet on July 7 at 6 pm. In accordance with social distancing guidelines, the meeting will be held by Zoom. To join the meeting, check the Meeting agenda for the Zoom link on the day of the meeting, HERE.
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Desert Hot Springs is fortunate to be one of the Coachella Valley cities with a COVID-19 testing facility right within our borders.
The California Department of Public Health released new guidelines for reopening on Friday, June 5.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced today that effective immediately, counties that have been approved to move more quickly through Stage 2 may reopen hair salons and barber shops. In addition, the State announced that places of worship may reopen.
The California Department of Public Health has approved Riverside County’s request to move into the State’s accelerated Phase Two of reopening. Effective immediately, many local businesses are approved for reopening with modifications.