The City of Desert Hot Springs has declared a local state of emergency.
The future looks bright for Desert Hot Springs and the rest of the Coachella Valley. That’s the prediction of economist Dr. Manfred Keil of Claremont McKenna, who shared the latest economic report at yesterday’s Coachella Valley Economic Partnership Summit, at the Palm Springs Convention Center.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is proud to announce that the City has earned an “A+” rating from S&P Global Ratings.
The City of Desert Hot Springs is accepting applications to fill a City Council vacancy. Council Member, Anayeli Zavala has advised that she will resign from the Desert Hot Springs City Council effective July 2, 2019.