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Report non-emergency problems to the City of Coachella from your smartphone or computer thanks to our partnership with SeeClickFix.
See something; say something. This applies to fix it requests around the City. See a broken streetlight or some graffiti, report it through our new Coachella Connect App to alert the City of non-emergency problems.
Requests are processed during our regular operating hours (Monday-Thursday 7AM-6PM). If a request is submitted during non-business hours, it will be processed the next business day. Please note: this system is for NON-EMERGENCIES only. If there is an emergency that requires immediate attention or police response, please call 9-1-1.
Find more info at http://www.coachella.org/residents/fix-it-request-391
Please join us in celebrating National COA Awareness Week with the Betty Ford Center Children’s Program February 11-17.
The Betty Ford Children’s Program is a unique four-day educational program for children, ages 7-12, impacted by a loved one’s alcoholism or other drug addiction. To learn more, visit http://www.hazeldenbettyford.org/treatment/family-children/childrens-program or call 760-773-4291
You can make a difference!