Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsB-
- Crime & SafetyC+
- Good for FamiliesC+
- Cost of LivingC-
- Health & FitnessA-
- Outdoor ActivitiesA-
Cathedral City is a suburb of with a population of 54,037. Cathedral City is in Riverside County. Living in Cathedral City offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Cathedral City there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Cathedral City and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Cathedral City are above average.
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Cathedral City Reviews
Cathedral City, neighboring to the infamous Palm Springs, is intriguing to most who drive through. Surrounded by massive mountains to form a valley, Cathedral City is right in the breeze way. The weather is absolutely beautiful in the winter with an average of about 70 degrees, but in the summer the heat can reach 120 degrees in the midday. The school districts are amazing and truly cater to the students and parents needs. Cathedral City is a suburb so there are many houses spread throughout the city with multiple parks, most with water features as we all know why. The reason for the average rating is that there is nothing special about Cathedral City, no fantastic landmarks or fun places to go. It is a great place to live but not stay.
I grew up in the Coachella Valley and moved to Cathedral City when I was just three. Some things I like about this city is that there's a lot of shopping centers close by as well as restaurants. Some things I would like to see change in this city is the number of homeless people we have living in this community. Everywhere I go I always see homeless people sleeping on the streets. I can’t simply go into a store without having a homeless person ask me for money. People that live here seem to want a free handout rather than working hard for their money. With every good city their will always be a down side to the growing community. Despite the homeless, Cathedral City is a great place to live!
I've lived in the Coachella Valley my whole life. Moving around from Indio to Palm Desert, and to here, Cathedral City. Throughout my childhood, it was difficult for me to make friends from all the moving; however, when my family and I moved to Cathedral City, we were in the middle of everything. Here in Cathedral City, we live around restaurants, shopping centers, and nothing from Cathedral City is no more than 1o to 20 minutes away, which is great. My experience here was great, I made new friends, I've helped around my city by volunteering, and moving to this city, you'll know everyone. This city is small, so making friends isn't difficult; in fact, this city is the reason for my family being so close to one another now. This city means so much to me because of this. Cathedral City isn't only a city, but it's home to all.