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Happy Halloween, Important Measures, City Resident Recognition and Remembering Jack Webb – October 2017 Update

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It’s time for our October monthly update!

We are trying something new – we will still upload our five to eight-minute monthly video, but we are also uploading each subject as an individual video throughout the month on our YouTube Channel, Facebook and Instagram to continue to grow the audience and connect with more members of the community.

Our new city hall is opened! We are expanding and making big changes.

Christopher’s Clubhouse’ 10th Anniversary Light of Hope Gala raises funds and awareness to continue the mission to create a healthier and safer Coachella Valley.

Saturday, November 18 from 10 AM – 5 PM, Diversity DHS is bringing you the first ever Pride Festival at Cabot’s Pueblo Museum.

The holidays are coming up and you don’t want to miss all there is to do in Desert Hot Springs! Visit .

Assemblyman Garcia has helped bring a program sponsored by AT&T to Desert Hot Springs High School – “It Can Wait”, to encourage students to not text and drive.

Remember my office is opened every Tuesday at the new City Hall from 10am on. You can also set an appointment by calling city hall during regular operating hours at (760) 329-641, or email me at

Our Desert Hot Springs Rotary Club President and Healthy Cities Initiative Chair Jackie Chatman discusses the Happy Healthy Halloween event THIS Saturday, October 28th from 5pm to 8pm at Mission Springs Park.

Measures B and C are on your ballot, please research these measures as they are very important to the future of Desert Hot Springs.

Sad time in Desert Hot Springs – we lost a long time resident, Jack Webb.

Jack Webb was a long time Rotarian, supporter of many nonprofits, a local realtor and much, much, much more.

He donated the land for the Desert Hot Springs Rotary Community Garden, and our dog park, “Rotary Park”, has been dedicated to him for all he has done to serve our community.

We send our prayers and thoughts to his family, friends and all those he touched. We will miss you Jack.

Stay connected!