Indio's participation rate in the 2020 U.S. Census hovers just above 50 percent, among the lowest in the Coachella Valley. Participating is crucial to obtaining federal funding for projects and services within the city for the next 10 years.
Personal Protective Equipment, including three-ply non-medical grade masks and rubber gloves, are now available for distribution to Indio businesses as part of a program officially launching on Friday, Sept. 25.
Indio’s 29th annual Tamale Festival is currently rescheduled for Dec. 4 and 5, 2021. However, the City continues to recognize its 90th Anniversary this year, and alternate dates and locations are being considered for a creative way to celebrate these two important events together before next winter.
El 29° Festival de Tamales que se celebra todos los años ha sido actualmente reprogramado para el 4 y 5 de diciembre de 2021. Sin embargo, la ciudad seguirá celebrando su 90° aniversario este año, y se están considerando fechas y lugares alternativos para una forma creativa de celebrar juntos estos dos importantes eventos antes del próximo invierno.
Residential, commercial, irrigation and public facility customers of IWA are eligible for big incentives to convert their turf to drought tolerant landscaping.