Cities in the Coachella Valley

Indian Wells

Indian Wells, CAIndian Wells has long been recognized as a world-class vacation and conference destination. In addition to an exceptional year-round climate, the city boasts a variety of renowned special events, including the BNP Paribas Open, Indian Wells Golf Resort, Indian Wells Art Festival and Desert Town Hall Indian Wells Lecture Series. What's more, the city's four premier luxury resorts and Indian Wells Golf Resort offer a dazzling array of amenities that draw visitors from around the world.
(excerpt from www.cityofindianwells.com)

 

 

La Quinta

La Quinta, CAThe City of La Quinta has something for everyone!  There’s golfing at the City’s spectacular public course, SilverRock Resort; dining and shopping in the quaint Village area or along the Highway 111 commercial corridor; biking along the Bear Creek Trail; and hiking in the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, just to name a few.  No matter your pleasure, you’re sure to find plenty of reasons to come and enjoy the “Gem of the Desert—La Quinta!”
(excerpt from www.la-quinta.org)

 

 

Palm Desert

Palm Desert, CAPalm Desert is the geographic center of the Coachella Valley, a fast-growing region of southern California that comprises nine cities. Palm Desert has evolved into a vibrant small city that today is the educational, retail, and cultural hub of the Valley. Whether you come here to spend a weekend or a lifetime, you’ll never run out of things to explore – including plenty of free activities. With an abundance of resources available to residents, Palm Desert is also a great place to call home.
(excerpt from www.palm-desert.org)

 

 

Palm Springs

Palm Springs, CANestled at the base of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains, the City of Palm Springs is the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The village atmosphere has been preserved and embellished over the years. The streets, lined with palm trees, invite you to explore boutique shops, art galleries and museums while soaking up the sunshine or dining outdoors among stunning desert scenery.
(excerpt from www.visitpalmsprings.com)

 

 

Rancho Mirage

Rancho Mirage, CARancho Mirage incorporated August 3, 1973, and in 1998, celebrated its silver anniversary. For the citizens of Rancho Mirage, it was a magical 25 years.  Rancho Mirage has moved closer to being paradise since that 25th anniversary and has grown without losing the quality of life that originally attracted residents to our area even before incorporation. 
(excerpt from www.ranchomirageca.gov)

 

 

 

Cathedral City

Cathedral City, CAIncorporated just three decades ago (1981) Cathedral City is the quintessential New American City, offering residents and visitors alike a sense of community and quality of life unparalleled in the Coachella Valley. Named one of the “top ten best bargain retirement spots” by US News and World Reports, Cathedral City retains a strong service orientation with its police, fire and schools consistently ranked among the best in the region. Its neighborhoods, some established long before the City’s incorporation, retain a strong sense of character and identity.
(excerpt from www.facebook.com/CathedralCityMunicipal/info)

 

 

Indio

Indio, CAThe City operates under a City Council-City Manager form of government with five elected members of the City Council served by a City Manager and staff and City Attorney. It's the oldest and largest city in the Coachella Valley. Mission The City of Indio's public servants provide outstanding municipal services to enhance the quality of life for our residents, visitors, and the business community.
(excerpt from www.facebook.com/CityofIndio/info)

 

 

 

Coachella

Coachella, CACoachella is a city in Riverside County, California; it is the easternmost city in the region collectively known as the Coachella Valley. It is located 28 miles east of Palm Springs, 72 miles east of Riverside, and 130 miles east of Los Angeles.
(excerpt from www.wikipedia.com)

 

 

 

 

 

Desert Hot Springs

Desert Hot Springs, CADesert Hot Springs is built over one of the world’s finest natural hot mineral water aquifers. Naturally occurring mineral waters bubble and percolate to the surface in this get-away-from-it-all destination. Not surprisingly, spas rule in Desert Hot Springs. You can calm and renew in polished marble resorts, retro-hip motels or ultra-exclusive celebrity retreats. The city also boasts pure and delicious award-winning municipal drinking water.
(excerpt from www.cityofdhs.org)