Found in the Coachella Valley's Desert Empire, Desert Hot Springs is part of Riverside County. The city is growing continuously, one of the fastest in Southern California. With only 2,700 residents during the 1970s, Desert Hot Springs is now the permanent residence of over 25,900 people.
The city was given its name by L. W. Coffee more than 33 years after the first homesteader, Hilda Maude Gray, had arrived. The name was inspired by the natural hot springs found in the area along the San Andreas Fault. Because of the many hot spring locations the city continues to be a favorite destination for tourists and vacationers alike.
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