Councilwoman
Anayeli Zavala

Serving Desert Hot Springs

Latest News

Happy Healthy Halloween 2017 Returns this Saturday, October 28th!
Anayeli Zavala | October 26, 2017

The Happy Healthy Halloween returns this Saturday, October 28th, 2017! It will take place at Mission Springs Park in Desert Hot Springs from 5pm-9pm. Bring the entire family for a good time. Trunk or treat by local businesses Games of chance sponsored by local non profits Face painting and zombie make up Spooky themed car [...]

Sands to Snow BLM Long Canyon Clean Up
Anayeli Zavala | October 23, 2017

Join MDLT as we steward one of our most beautiful local properties! We will meet at the corner of Acoma Trail and Golden Bee Drive in Yucca Valley; parking is limited, so please carpool. MDLT will provide tools, gloves, instructions, snacks, and water. Please bring a reusable container for water, any other food, closed-toed shoes, [...]

Information on Measures B & C
Anayeli Zavala | September 28, 2017

On July 5, 2017, the Desert Hot Springs City Council unanimously voted to place the “Desert Hot Spring’s Neighborhood Police Protection and Public Safety Extension Measure” (Utility User Tax) and the “Desert Hot Spring’s 911, Gang /Drug Crime Prevention Extension Measure” (Parcel Tax) on the November 7, 2017 ballot to maintain and protect public safety [...]

Vets Leaf, recent Cultivation Facility to Break Ground, looking for Future Hires
Anayeli Zavala | September 21, 2017

There has been questions about where to apply for jobs at our cultivation sites.  Desert Hot Springs’ most recent cultivation sight to break ground is already looking for future hires, which according to their website, the process begins in November.   You can apply here now: Be part of VestLeaf. Be part of something Big!

New City Hall Opened!
Anayeli Zavala | August 16, 2017

Our new city hall has opened on the corner of Palm and Pierson!  So far, the city council, Mayor and City Managers’ offices are opened, along with staff to help with city permits.  Construction has started to expand the property to eventually hold the Council Chambers, this process can take up to two years.   [...]