"We believe projects like these are marvelous to help Habitat keep on our mission, while also helping residents of the City of Indio," said Thornton. "Many people do not realize that in addition to building houses, Habitat helps restore existing homes."
From urban greening to transportation, community to housing, the City of Indio continues to look for ways to engage residents in the process of spurring economic and environmental transformation. The public is invited to participate in a series of meetings next week to shape their neighborhoods.
Mark Scott has served as Indio's City Manager for the last three years, following a distinguished career in city management for more than four decades.
From essential workers to short term rentals in Indio, take a moment to read Mark Scott’s City Manager’s message for the month of August.
In order to provide more locations for people to cool off during dangerously warm summer temperatures, the City of Indio will open up limited space at the Indio Senior Center as a temporary daytime “Cool Center” effective Thursday, August 6.