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The Fourth District includes the beautiful cities of Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage. The District Communities of Bermuda Dunes, Chiriaco Summit, Colorado River Communities, Desert Center, Lake tamarisk and Eagle Mountain, Desert Edge, Desert Palms, Indian Hill, Mecca, Mesa Verde, Oasis, Ripley, Sky Valley, Thermal, Thousand Palms and Vista Santa Rosa


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Riverside County, Martha’s Village & Kitchen Open 24/7 Cooling Shelter for People Experiencing Homelessness 7 July 2021

Riverside County, Martha’s Village & Kitchen Open 24/7 Cooling Shelter for People Experiencing Homelessness

PALM SPRINGS – Riverside County, in partnership with nonprofit organization Martha’s Village & Kitchen, opened a 24/7 cooling shelter in Palm Springs to help people experiencing homelessness have relief from the Coachella Valley’s extreme summer temperatures. The shelter will also connect residents in need to services.

Lincoln Street Road Repair and Sidewalk Project in Mecca Starts Construction 6 July 2021

Lincoln Street Road Repair and Sidewalk Project in Mecca Starts Construction

MECCA – Lincoln Street in Mecca will be redone with new pavement and a new sidewalk in a county transportation project starting construction today.

Supervisor Perez Thanks All Who Helped with Saturday’s Mecca Community Clean-Up 17 June 2021

Supervisor Perez Thanks All Who Helped with Saturday’s Mecca Community Clean-Up

MECCA – Over 100 volunteers came out this past Saturday to clean up a Mecca dirt road badly hit by illegal dumping. In two hours, before temperatures reached triple digits, a half-mile segment of Avenue 64 was cleared of mattresses, tires, appliances, trash and green waste.

Supervisor Perez Votes for County Budget that Keeps Blythe Animal Shelter Open, Helps Mobile Home Park Residents Relocate, Increases Funding for Behavioral Health Social Services and Integrated Care 15 June 2021

Supervisor Perez Votes for County Budget that Keeps Blythe Animal Shelter Open, Helps Mobile Home Park Residents Relocate, Increases Funding for Behavioral Health Social Services and Integrated Care

RIVERSIDE – Supervisor V. Manuel Perez joined his colleagues today in approving Riverside County’s budget, a plan that includes Supervisor Perez’s requests for funding to keep the Blythe animal shelter open, $1 million for mobile home relocation and funding for key investments into homelessness, behavioral health and fire service.

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