New App Launches in City of Desert Hot Springs

Desert Hot Springs Launches New App

DHS App Screenshot

DESERT HOT SPRINGS — The City of Desert Hot Springs announced the rollout of a new app for residents and others, to more easily access services and information.

The My DHS app provides a simple-to-use, mobile-friendly mode to get answers, do business, and report concerns 24/7.

Among the features offered on My DHS:

  • Easy reference to the most frequently asked questions about permit status,
    city amenities, and attractions
  • Guide to the city’s calendar, from City Council Meetings to Community
  • Reporting of graffiti and road hazards such as downed trees or flooding,
    either by registering through the app or anonymously
  • Sign up for notifications of meetings, emergency alerts, and city newsletters. Users can provide addresses to assist with locating reportable concerns, or tap a map based on location, and even provide photos to help with identifying the issue.

Residents can then receive notification when it is resolved. Although many of these helpful services are currently available through the city’s website, the app provides a simplified, easily accessible format that can be navigated on-the-go.

“The app makes connecting with the city much more convenient for our residents,” said Desert Hot Springs Mayor Scott Matas.

The app is available for free for iOS and Android devices by searching “My DHS,’ or through the following links.

iOS –

Android –

For more information, please contact Erick Becerril, Housing & Community Program
Manager via phone at (760) 329-6411 or via email at [email protected]

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