Department recognized for enhancing community wellness through highly effective engagement and outreach strategies.
The Alzheimer’s Association has been serving the Coachella Valley for over twenty years. Our vision is a world without Alzheimer’s disease, and our work reflects our dedication to provide support, education, information and referral assistance that will help our local community living with Alzheimer’s disease and their families.
For years, the Indio Performing Arts Center has been bringing culturally diverse theatre and musical performances to the Valley. With the recent launch of its new website, it will be easier than ever to discover the exciting events this non-profit hosts.
The Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its 21st annual Peace Officer & Public Safety Awards luncheon on November 14th – honoring 64 local heroes including 4 outstanding individuals representing the City of Indio.
Indio Performing Arts Center launches new website.
FIND Food Bank, which is based in Indio, is the only regional food bank serving eastern Riverside and southern San Bernardino Counties in southern California. The organization distributes 10+ million pounds of food assistance annually to an average 90,000 individuals each month across our service area.
Read about everything happening in January at Empire Polo Club.
Residents have been enjoying the holidays in Indio for more than 100 years. In this photo courtesy of the Coachella Valley History Museum, Mrs. Laura Gellum, Laura Drummond, Mrs. Bruce Drummond celebrate Christmas at the Date Garden in 1915.
HowToStartanLLC.org releases rankings for Top 100 Cities to Start a Business in the U.S. based on cost of living, economic development data, and the Kauffman index.
Tamale and festival lovers everywhere are counting the days before the world’s largest tamale festival once again will bring tasty tamales and family fun to Indio!
Employees at the city of Indio have shown great dedication to the Workplace Wellness Challeng
The city of Indio announced it has been awarded grants that will add new resources in public safety for the community.
The city of Indio, in partnership with the Public Arts and Historic Preservation Commission, unveiled innovative new public art at the Coachella Valley History Museum on Thursday, October 12th.
Soon, Indio residents will see their Measure X dollars hard at work.
This is the time of year when we in the Coachella Valley can count on pleasant temperatures, the return of the tourist trade and … the overseeding of lawns to rejuvenate the grass, fill in thin areas, and possibly incorporate low maintenance seed mixes that require less water and fertilizer.
Video captures community spirit and why Indio is the best place to be RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW
Queen Scheherazade Scholarship Pageant and Magic Carpet Music Scholarship Competition due October 11 & 18, respectively
In a collaboration with the Coachella Valley History Museum, The Coachella Valley Art Center will feature the works of three war veterans in the exhibition Ways of Remembering.
See the new state-of-the-art projection system light up the water tower at the Coachella Valley History Museum!
Business in Indio has just experienced a SONIC boom with the opening of the drive-in restaurant chain’s newest location in the city.
Nearly 80 residents gave feedback regarding the future of Indio.
Closure will cause traffic delays due to Requa Sewer Project.
The dog park on Golf Center Parkway – which opened in January 2017 – has received its official name: Station 87 Dog Park.
This year marks the 3rd annual Indio California BBQ State Championship and Festival.
We need your input! Help us shape the future of Indio by attending the Community Workshop at the Indio Senior Center on September 19th at 6PM.
Deadline to apply is September 30, 2017.
Park undergoing pest control services for pet safety
CVWD to install water connection at Indian Springs Golf Club from July 17-22, 2017
Long-time Indio teacher recognized by the city for commitment to educating our children.
The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) conducted a community workshop last Thursday at the Indio Performing Arts Center
Chief Twiss recognized for committment to evidence-based policing.
Expect traffic delays and road closures between June 26, 2017 to December 31, 2017.
Guidelines on equal enforcement of the law and equal service to the public.
Addendum No. 1 to the RFQ for the 9/11 First Respoders Memorial Project is now available. Visit the link provided.
The new hotel is scheduled to open in Spring of 2018.
Desert Theatreworks presents the live radio playof SUNSET BOULEVARD.
Two performances only, at the Indio Performing Arts Center on Sunday, June 18, 2017.
Expect traffic delays & nightwork on Madison St. & Hwy 111.
Indio Participates in Take Your Child to Work Day.
Last month, community members and 6 teens from the Youth Advisory Council met at the Indio Teen Center to update the Youth Master Plan.
Are you searching for a new job, changing careers, or looking to learn new skills to become more marketable?
Notice of Public Availability of Draft Program Environmental Impact Report and Notice of Public Hearing for Indio Downtown Specific Plan
Proposed Sale of Property Pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 341759 (b) and Section 34181(a)
Contest open to all Pre-K – 12th grades and adults!
The City of Indio, in conjunction with the City of La Quinta and promoter Goldenvoice, have announced planned road closures and designated access routes for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
The City of Indio is requesting proposals for Janitorial Services for the City of Indio. The deadline for submission is April 12, 2017, at 3 p.m.
Deadline for submissions: February 23, 2017, at 5:00pm
Work will occur on Fred Waring Dr. between Jefferson St. and Monroe St., and on Madison St. from Fred Waring Dr. to Indio Blvd.
Work from December 5 to 13 will cause traffic disruptions and lane closures
The deadline for the RFP Community Building & Marketing Services has now been extended to Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 5:00 PM.
“We are excited to have Loma Linda University permanently located here in the City of Indio and the Coachella Valley to provide exceptional healthcare services for our children and families,” said Mayor Glenn Miller. “We also see this as a key piece in revitalizing our downtown that will bring more residents and visitors to the area.”
Construction will continue through December 2016, with only limited/intermittent interruption to vehicular and pedestrian traffic during construction.
The City of Indio is in the process of developing Miles Avenue Park Master Plan. Obtaining your feedback is important to help us ascertain the needs and satisfaction of park facilities. We appreciate you taking your time to complete this survey.