The City of Desert Hot Springs hosted a Small Business webinar on April 6, with Mayor Scott Matas,
Riverside County Public Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser has issued several orders in recent days aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. As information continues to change rapidly, these are the key takeaways for our community.
As COVID-19 continues to affect our community, federal, state, county and local organizations have made even more resources available for citizens, including small business owners. These are the latest updates.
The Coachella Valley drive-up testing site has been relocated from Indian Wells to the Riverside County Fairgrounds in Indio, in parking lots 5 and 5A off of Arabia Street (between Highway 111 and Dr. Carreon Boulevard).
On March 26, 2020, Desert Hot Springs Mayor Scott Matas and Assistant City Manager Doria Wilms filmed a live informational video regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus. This post summarizes their announcements.
Under the current stay at home order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom, community members are prohibited from leaving their homes or places of residence to work, unless they are employed by an essential business.
Governor Gavin Newsom's stay at home order went into effect at midnight last night, and our community must operate under this order until further notice.
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.