Creek. Water from the reservoir feeds the Canyon Lake Water Treatment Plant, which provides approximately 10% of the domestic water supply in the Lake Elsinore/Canyon Lake area. Cathedral City Population 51,840 Cathedral City, colloquially known as "Cat City", is home to many fine resorts, dining options, shopping venues and family-centered recreational facilities. A place where local businesses thrive, and development opportunities exist. Visitors say its hometown vibe, desert flora, and scenic golf courses continually draw them back while year-round residents point to exemplary schools and inviting neighborhoods and parks as reasons to live in the community for generations. Cat City has the second largest population, after Indio, of the nine cities in the Coachella Valley. Prior to the arrival of European explorers and settlers, the land was part of the territory inhabited by the Cahuilla Indians. Today every other square mile of the city is part of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians reservation land. Development of a town began when a housing subdivision was built in 1925, although it was not incorporated until 1981. Coachella Population 42,158 While the name Coachella has become synonymous with the world famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the city itself is rich in Mexican heritage, which shines through in the authentic eateries and vibrant art that bring Coachella’s walkable downtown to life. Coachella is a geographic wonder of 32 square miles in the heart of California’s year-round sunny desert. The city celebrates a largely Latino population, with an enchanting history and culture. Located on the easternmost boundary of the Coachella Valley in Riverside County, Coachella is one of the fastest growing cities in California. It offers the coveted mix of large, contiguous expanses of terrain, natural beauty and scenic views, affordable housing and, to be sure, an aura of character and culture. The City of Coachella remains an important agricultural hub with fields of brightly colored fruits and vegetables surrounding the city. It is home to a pair of action-packed casinos, cultural events and an array of public parks, including the massive Bagdouma Park with its swimming pool, tennis court and champion producing Coachella Valley Boxing Club.
City of Cathedral City 68700 Avenida Lalo Guerrero Cathedral City, CA 92234 760.770.0340 www.cathedralcity.gov
City of Coachella 1515 Sixth St Coachella, CA 92236 760.398.3502 www.coachella.org
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