The City of Desert Hot Springs has declared a local state of emergency.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is announcing several new restrictions for residents and local businesses in response to the continuing COVID-19, or coronavirus, outbreak.
Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, the City of Desert Hot Springs will implement mitigation strategies to address the evolution of COVID-19 in our community.
Transparency and keeping our citizens informed are of paramount importance to the Desert Hot Springs City Staff at all times - and especially in times of uncertainty. With that in mind, we are sharing what we have learned over the past several days through our up-to-the minute briefings on the evolution of the coronavirus in the Coachella Valley.
The Gas Company will be replacing gas main lines and service lines along Miracle Hill Rd, 1st St, and Acoma Ave from March 9, 2020, through May 8, 2020. Please be advised of the schedule below, as traffic delays are likely.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is pleased to announce corrections to the roadwork that was recently completed as part of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Improvement Project on Palm Drive.
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The City of Desert Hot Springs is pleased to announce two upcoming FREE community CERT training events, funded by the State Homeland Security Grant.
Do you know about the California Competes Tax Credit? Applications are due Jan 27. Apply online at www.calcompetes.ca.gov.