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Economic Development Department

Cathedral City, California


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Design Guidelines

A guide

North City

Specific Plan


Cathedral City

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Developers Welcome

As a Developer, Cathedral City Economic Development is here to help get your project in the ground. Our staff is here to guide you through the steps needed to get your project approved.
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Business Opportunities

As a business in Cathedral City, you are a vital partner in the growth of Cathedral City. As your business grows, so does Cathedral City.
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As a resident of Cathedral City, you play a very important role in Economic Development. You tax dollars spent locally help the entire community.
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Community Update – November 19, 2015

The City’s Cent$ational Mile of resellers are gearing up for the Cent$ational Savings Event November 27-29 (Thanksgiving weekend). This will be the second Cent$ational Savings event that the resellers have participated in as partners and it’s only getting better


RFP – Citywide Wayfinding Sign Program

Request For Proposals For Consulting Services For a Citywide Wayfinding Sign Program


Community Update – September 24, 2015

Economic development is positive growth that results in increased revenue to the City and greater benefits for its residents through enhanced amenities, additional purchasing options, and an overall balanced community. Cathedral City offers a number of entertainment venues that benefit its residents, but that can also bring tourists to the community.


Community Update – July-23-2015

This Week’s Community Update by Leisa Lukes, Economic Development Manager  

Community Update

Community Update – May 14, 2015

We often hear the term “Economic Development” when people talk about bringing new businesses to the city or the city more vibrant.Cathedral City is an investment in street improvements through public works projects, enforcing city regulations to ensure public safety and visually enhancing the city’s entryways and commercial corridors through code compliance, keeping the public safe and the lowest crime rate per capita in the Coachella Valley: and hosting a variety of community events such as the Theater Square Market

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