Hospitals - assisted living - funeral home - cemeteries
Country Government and education
Local support business
Sports, Gaming and Recreation
as far as additions I would get Sylvia to go over the local stuff.
Long known as the economic engine of the Coachella Valley, Indio and it's surrounding East Valley Neighbors are the center of the valley's agriculture business, emerging energy generation, health care and local support industries. As well, our city is the county seat of Riverside County and offers great access to education and a wealth of Family and Business Services.
JFK Memorial Hospital, part of Tenet California, is a 145-bed, acute care hospital. The hospital has been providing medical care to residents in the Central/Eastern Coachella Valley since 1966. In 2008, JFK delivered 3,099 babies and performed over 3,300 inpatient surgeries. During that same period, JFK treated 45,000 emergency room patients in a setting open 24 hours daily. Located at 47-111 Monroe St., Indio, CA. Tel 760 347 6191.
The home to Indio's popular Date Festival! With a grandstand arena, a fine arts complex and Taj Mahal room, you're bound to stumble upon something fun and exciting. Located at 82-503 Hwy 111, Indio, CA 92201. Phone 760-863-8247
The three storey, 144,000 square foot, 12 court Larson Justice Center employs over 150 employees, judges and administrators. Along with the justice chambers are the ancillary rooms occupied by the commissioners, attorneys, juries and defendants. Located at 46-200 Oasis St., Indio. Phone 760 863-8379
East of Larson Justice Center, the County Administrative Center was built in Indio in 1963, and a four-story addition to the structure was completed in 1973. The Center houses most of the county offices and is located at 82745 US Highway 111 off Oasis St., Indio.
The 250,000-square-foot Indio Fashion Mall includes large anchor and national chain stores as well as a number of family-fashion-oriented stores that offer the best values, highest quality merchandise and lowest prices. The mall has recently undergone a name change to Fiesta Mall. Located on the Hwy. 111 at Monroe St., Indio.
Old Town Indio
Over 170 businesses in the Old Town area provide a wide array of goods and services. They include a sporting goods store, bakery, furniture, books, charity resale and thrift stores, restaurants, camera and photo shop, bridal shop, beauty salon, trophy shop and other businesses such as insurance, computer, print shop, grocery stores, auto services, veterinary services and more.
The District has 13 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools in Indio. The full-service district offers classes K-12 and adult education. With over 2,250 employees, it is also one of the largest employers in the Valley.
Agriculture, as the second largest industry in the Coachella Valley, ranks within the top 10 agricultural areas in California. Home to the first table grapes of the summer season, it is also the nation's largest date-growing region. During May and June, the fields overflow with red, yellow and green peppers; seedless watermelon; cantaloupe; eggplant and the first sweet corn of the season .