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The Coachella Valley is served by all major utilities, including two electricity companies, the Southern California Gas Company, and several water districts for the distribution of that precious natural resource.

Electrical service in the Coachella Valley comes from Southern California Edison provides electricity to the western Coachella Valley while Imperial Irrigation District services the Eastern Valley.  Both provide full service to meet residential and commercial electricity needs, as well have a number of programs geared toward businesses in the Valley.

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For natural gas, the Coachella Valley is served by Southern California Gas.  Most Valley homes and businesses use natural gas as the primary heating fuel in the cool winter months.

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Coachella Valley has substantial underground water resources.  Its water costs per 100 cubic feet are generally quite low and vary by district.  There are numerous water agencies serving the Coachella Valley.  

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Mission Springs Water District services Desert Hot Springs, Coachella Valley Water District and Desert Water Agency service much of the Western and Mid Valley, with Imperial Irrigation District providing service to East Valley locations.

The Indio Water Authority provides water to the City of Indio, serving an area approximately 38 square miles and supplying water to more than 75,000 businesses and residents.

Myoma Dunes Water District is a small agency that provides service to the Bermuda Dunes area, adjacent to Palm Desert & La Quinta.

Cable television is provided throughout the Valley by Time Warner Cable.