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Desert Hot Springs City Information
Desert Hot Springs is a city in Riverside County, California, United States. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of approximately 25,938 people and a total area of 23.6 square miles (61 km2).
The City of Desert Hot Springs has a city council form of government. The city council is the overall governing body of the city. The city council is made up of five council members elected by the city residents to serve four-year staggering terms. The city council appoints the mayor and mayor pro tem among its members. The Mayor serves a term of two years, and the position of mayor pro tem is rotated annually in December. Elections are held on the first Tuesday of November in odd-numbered years. Council members include Mayor Scott Matas, Mayor Pro Tem Joe McKee, Council Member Russell Betts, Council Member Anayeli Zavala and Council Member Yvonne Parks
The council holds its meetings on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 6:00 p.m. at the City Council Chamber at 11711 West Drive, Pierson Boulevard.
The overall crime rate in Desert Hot Springs, CA is 55% higher compared to other cities in California and 65% higher than the national average. When looking at crimes involving violence, the city’s crime rate is 92% higher than California’s and 119% higher than the national average. When comparing crimes involving property, the city has a crime rate that is 49% higher than California’s and 57% higher than the national average. In Desert Hot Springs one has a 1 in 22 chance of becoming a victim of crime, making the city safer than 8% of the cities in the United States. Compared to the previous year, the crime rate in Desert Hot Springs has not changed.
The Desert Hot Springs Police Department is responsible for the enforcement of local, state and federal laws in the city. The department provides a variety of community resources, offering its technical expertise to the community in terms of crime prevention materials, child safety materials, neighbourhood watch programs, tours of the agency, or specialised presentations on department operations. Dale Mondary is the current Chief of Police. For more information on the police department visit
Warrants and Bail
To access warrants visit the police department’s website. When arrested in Desert Hot Springs there are three main ways to post for bail; these include Bail bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276, Cash bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1269 and Property bond under the California Penal Code – Section 1276.5.
Desert Hot Springs Police Station Address: 65-950 Pierson Blvd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240, United States
Today Desert Hot Springs hosted the Coachella Valley Citizens on Patrol Alliance meeting. Thanks to DHS Mayor Matas, DHSPD Chief Mondary, and Palm Desert Mayor Pro Tem Susan Weber for speaking to all the wonderful volunteers from across the Coachella Valley.
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