As the city’s new Economic Development team, we have been excited to work closely with several new businesses to facilitate their opening in the City - and we want to share all of the good news with you!
We are pleased to announce that twice a month, we will be bringing you our Economic Development Round-Up to highlight our new businesses and residential developments, as well as other key happenings with our businesses around town.
DHS welcomes one new business this week: Desert Hot Springs Chiropractic
Dr. Tiffany Raith has opened Desert Hot Springs Chiropractic at 12561 Palm Drive, Suite E. Her mission is to serve Desert Hot Springs and surrounding desert cities by utilizing non-invasive chiropractic techniques, nutrition, and functional medicine to restore function, reduce pain, and maintain optimal health. Her holistic health approach includes family chiropractic care and physiotherapy to help facilitate healing and recovery.
Dr. Raith's motto is Life is Better, Adjusted™️. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University, Northridge, and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences, a distinguished health sciences university, in Whittier, California. She is licensed by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners and certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association.
At Desert Hot Springs Chiropractic, chiropractic and wellness services are offered in a positive, nurturing environment for the entire family. Dr. Tiffany Raith treats a number of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, sciatica, and extremity conditions. The goal of Desert Hot Springs Chiropractic is to help our community live their most active and vibrant lives!
We look forward to highlighting other new home developments as well as new and existing businesses in our future facebook posts for the ED Roundup!
As the website says, Skyborne soars once again! Gallery at Skyborne by Gallery Homes announced that their final phase of new homes have been released for sale.
As part of the master-planned Skyborne community, homebuyers will enjoy resort-style pool and spa, a spacious community park, and a dog park for your 4-legged family members. With homes starting in the low $300,000’s. Be sure to ask about the “First Time Homebuyer Financing Package.” For more information, visit GalleryAtSkyborne.info.
Finally, we invite both employers and employees to attend the 25th Valley-Wide Virtual Employee
Expo on October 15.
Employers who are ready to hire can register by visiting https://www.desertjobexpo.com/ and clicking on Employer Registration. Contact Manuel Rocha and the Riverside County Workforce Development Center at
(760)863-2503 if you have any questions, or check out this helpful training video for employers.
For job seekers, this event is a great way to check out employment opportunities, ranging from entry-level positions to upper management positions. Some of the industries represented last year were hospitality, retail, banking, gaming, education and government agencies. Registration is required. Register here.
For training on how to navigate the Employment Expo virtually, resume tips, and instructions on how to convert a resume to a PDF format, attend the online Pre-EXPO workshops on Oct 8, 2020. The English Session will be from 9:00am – 11:00am, and the Spanish session will be from 1:00pm – 3:00pm.
We appreciate referrals and are happy to work with you to grow your business here in the growing city of Desert Hot Springs.
Denise Hamet, Economic Development Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ana Morales, Administrative Assistant, email@example.com