Indio, the Coachella Valley’s largest and oldest city, which turned 90 this past May, continues to experience accelerated, balanced growth.
Indio, the “City of Festivals,” welcomes the future of business and manufacturing while preserving the past featuring an incredible mix of arts and culture.
The 2019 tallies are in. Palm Springs Life readers have voted for their favorites throughout the desert in the Best of the Best competition, city by city.
In the past decade, Indio has gone from the depths of recession to a travel destination in the U.S.
Indio is the largest and fastest-growing city in eastern Riverside County, carving out its own destination niche as the desert’s City of Festivals.
The foodie scene in Indio went national when TKB Bakery & Deli was ranked No. 1 on Yelp, and the potential for more is there.
Indio offers a focus on arts, a rising food scene, polo, and a calendar of cultural events that fosters valleywide tourism.
Jackalope Rancho in Indio captured the top spot in 11 categories for Palm Springs Life’s annual Best of the Best Voting. See the best places in Indio and Coachella.
Did you know that Indio was recently recognized among the Top 20 Best Cities for Young Families in California by nerdwallet.com for its “unparalleled quality of living?” It is now the city with the youngest population in the Coachella Valley and is attracting more families looking for a better quality of life and businesses that want to serve their needs.
The city of Indio will soon be home to the Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital – Indio Outpatient Pavilion, which will house a pediatric specialty clinic, pediatric urgent care and the SAC Health System, offering primary and specialty care to families in the area. With this variety of services, the Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital Indio Outpatient Pavilion will be