Riverside County Animal Services is offering free pet adoptions all month to celebrate its partnership with NBC4 and Telemundo 52’s Clear the Shelters campaign.
Change for the better can be seen all across Indio, including the new safety campus, expansion at College of the Desert and new businesses sprouting up across the community. The City is also shining the spotlight on one of our most valuable assests: our staff.
Rebirth is a vivid, nature-themed painting borne from colors brilliantly displayed at the Quick & Easy Market on Miles Avenue facing Kings Street. The mural got its name from Ponsler’s desire to bring a renewed sense of pride to the community. Originally from Indiana, she shared that creating Rebirth was the most rewarding project she’s ever done, a feeling she derived from the community’s response to her work.
About $200 million has been invested to help the downtown area make a comeback, featuring a lineup of vibrant stores, housing and restaurants to attract residents and visitors.
Construction is underway on a $50 million Public Safety Campus. Three buildings at the site will accommodate a dispatch center, Fire Station headquarters and administrative offices for the Police and Fire departments.
Education is the key to unlocking limitless opportunities and a better future. To celebrate success inside and outside the classroom, the City recently honored Shadow Hills High School Junior Lucas Nieto for his community service and academic excellence.
The City of Indio is celebrating the early success of our economic development efforts downtown and recognizing the conclusion of economic development week with a ribbon cutting and 2nd Saturdays · Center Stage Celebration on May 14th at 6 p.m.