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Riverside County health officials investigating cluster of Legionnaires’ disease cases in Coachella Valley

The source of the illness and extent of spread has not been determined, but health officials said it was important for the public to be aware of the outbreak.

  • 14 March 2022
  • Author: Joshua Lindsey
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Riverside County health officials investigating cluster of Legionnaires’ disease cases in Coachella Valley

County waste department to provide free virtual food waste / food rescue class Saturday, March 12th.

County waste department to provide free virtual food waste / food rescue class Saturday, March 12th.

Did you know the average family of four spends between $1,500 - $2,000 every year on food they never eat? If you’d like to save money and help the environment by wasting less food, then this food waste and food rescue virtual class is for you!

Tobacco Retail Permitting Ordinance Passes In the City Of Indio

  • 22 February 2022
  • Author: Joshua Lindsey
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Tobacco Retail Permitting Ordinance Passes In the City Of Indio

It’s Official! Indio is now the 23rd incorporated City in Riverside County to adopt our Retail Tobacco Permitting Ordinance.All Tobacco Retailers within the City will be receiving informational materials and direction from our Department in the near future. In the meantime, retailers and anyone wanting more information can visit: https://rivcoeh.org/OurServices/TobaccoPermitting and www.indio.org

 

Heavy Rains and Flooding - Be Aware and Wise

Heavy Rains and Flooding - Be Aware and Wise

Heavy rains often bring flooding.  Be aware of your surroundings.

Don't Waste, Donate!

Don't Waste, Donate!

Senate Bill 1383 (SB 1383) created a statewide target goal of reducing the disposal of organic waste by 75% by 2025 with an additional goal of rescuing at least 20% of edible food fit for human consumption currently going to waste.  Certain aspects of the bill take effect on January 1, 2022.

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