This week the World Health Organization classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. The City of La Quinta is posting regular updates from the CDC and Riverside County Public Health about the actions to protect the community and slow the spread.



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Facilities Deputy Director, Tony Ulloa
Management Analyst, Dianne Hansen

After hours non-emergency reporting, please call:
760.777.7190 or 760.275.0064
Sheriff's non-emergency dispatch number is 760.836.3215, #5

For Current Park Updates Click HERE

The Facilities Department is responsible for maintaining all of the City's assets and consists of Public Works, Parks Maintenance, Building Maintenance, and SilverRock Management. 

Public Works is responsible for 128 miles of streets including street sweeping, the storm drainage system, and the Lighting & Landscape Assessment District . 

Parks is responsible for 16 parks including the Fritz Burns Pool Management, open space and trails, and partnerships with the local Youth Sports Associations

The Building Division is responsible for 16 City facilities including City Hall, Library, Wellness Center, Library, Museum, and Fire Stations. 

All of La Quinta's City facilities are managed through the GoRequest system. A convenient app is available for residents to report maintenance concerns in all of our facilities.