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Government

  • California Department of Education - Office web site for the California Department of Education which presents information about various programs of the department. Many valuable education links.
  • California Department of Health Services - Official website for department which is part of the Health and Welfare Agency. Mission is to protect and improve the health of all Californians.
  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) - Latest highway conditions, maps, and links to regional weather reports.
  • California Department of Veterans Affairs - Includes information about the Cal-Vet Loan program, the Veterans Homes, the Veterans Memorial, and other benefits and support for the state's veterans.
  • California Energy Commission - Facilitates access to data on energy production, consumption, conservation and use in California, as well as information on electricity deregulation, renewable energy and energy research.
  • California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA )e - Mission is to improve environmental quality in order to protect public health, the welfare of California's citizens, and California's natural resources.
  • California Highway Patrol [CHP] - Enforcement policies, driver safety tips, and history.
  • California Secretary of State - Lobbying Activity - Directory of lobbyists active in the State of California as compiled by the Secretary of State, searchable by name, firm, employer, or ID.
  • California Senate Office of Research - Studies by public university academicians on policy issues of interest to the California State Senate on various topics including affirmative action, reproductive rights, the energy crisis, homelessness, and specific health issues.
  • California State Parks - Portal and information site for individuals wanting to use the State Parks of California.
  • California State Senate - Official site. Full text of bills is online and searchable. Also lots of legislative information: committees, assignments, schedules.
  • Office of the Governor - Official site providing information about the administration, issues, statements, and programs.
  • Office of Traffic Safety - Provides information related to the mission of reducing fatalities and losses through implementation of California highway safety initiatives. Includes information about current campaigns, safety statistics, and reports.
  • Official California Legislative Information - Welcome to the official site for California legislative information. This WWW site is maintained by the Legislative Counsel of California, pursuant to California law. Contains complete text of all bills, including amendments.
  • On Tap: California Water Market Information - Provides information and data on water market transfers within the state of California. Guides users to appropriate policies and procedures governing water transfers.
  • Search of California Government Servers - Search over all hosts in '.ca.gov'.
  • Secretary of State - Internet point-of-contact for Elections and voting, Political Reform and campaign financing, State Archives, Corporations and Limited Partnerships, and Notary Public.
  • Senate Office of Research - Click on the Links graphic for a meta-index of over 200 links to California public policy subjects.

Education

Society and Culture

Museums

  • Agua Caliente Cultural Museum - A non-profit tribal museum representing the history and culture of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and other Cahuilla peoples. Located in the Village Green Heritage Center on Palm Canyon Drive; admission is free.
  • Palm Springs Air Museum of Flying World War II Aircraft - The Palm Springs Air Museum is dedicated to the preservation, presentation and interpretation of the Air Power of World War Two, its relevance and significance upon the course of history, and its impact on contemporary life.
  • Palm Springs Desert Museum - Features contemporary and Western American art, culture, natural history, the Annenberg Theater, basketry by the indigenous Cahuilla Indians, dioramas illustrating local flora and fauna, and even a wing devoted to Death Valley.

 


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