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Modernism Week Fall Preview is HERE!! Don't miss out on all the fun! #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse
Modernism Week: 10 events you can still attend including tours of Kirk Douglas' and Frank Sinatra's home
        
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Hey Palm Springs, check out this great video from the Bureau of Tourism. Why wouldn't the whole world want to visit #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse?? It's paradise!
Visit Palm Springs
        
Palm Springs City Government
Tickets are still available for the Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE-PS) Modernism Home Tour ... you can purchase online at http://www.modernism...om/event/250182/
COMING SATURDAY: HOMES OF ARTHUR ELROD, BOB HOPE FEATURED IN ONE-PS FALL MODERNISM TOUR (City of Palm Springs) | Nextdoor
        
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Thank you Janet Vines for providing photos of the 1st Annual Lesley Zerebny Memorial Softball Game at Big League Sports Park in Cathedral City. The game, played Sunday night, featured the Palm Springs Police Department vs. the Palm Springs Fire Department.
Photos from Palm Springs City Government's post
        
Palm Springs City Government
A review of the conceptual design for the new Downtown Park and discussion of an MOU with Desert Healthcare District regarding matching grant funds for the West Valley Homelessness Initiative, will be some of the noteworthy items on the Oct. 18 Council agenda. To view the full agenda, visit http://www.palmspringsca.gov. You can watch the meeting live online or on Palm Springs Community Television Channel 17.
City Council meeting
        
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The City's municipal election is Tuesday, Nov. 7. For information about City Council Candidates and to learn facts about local ballot measures D & E, visit http://www.VotePalmSprings.com.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Municipal Election | City of Palm Springs
3 days ago
Michael Brown - NO on Measure D. Some people believe continuing to do the same thing while expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. In 2011 , the City ( Palm Springs) asked voters to approve a 1 % general sales tax increase which they promised to use to improve police and fire protection and maintain City services. After approval, they shoveled over $50 million in cash, and as much as $100 million more In tax rebates, into the pocket of a downtown developer. The City continues to do business with this developer despite his indictment on felony bribery charges. Measure J generated over $63 million in new revenue since its passage, yet the city still cannot control spending without sticking the taxpayers with another bill. During the same period, transient occupancy tax revenue rose from $15.5 million a year to $34 million a year. But the City still can't manage its money, and now wants even more. Do NOT be intimidated by the fear-mongering tactics of City Hall. Measure D rewards incompetence by punishing taxpayers for the City's own poor planning and bad decision-making. Measure D contains NO requirement whatsoever that the City spend ANY of the proposed half-percent sales tax increase on police and fire protection or essential City services. History suggests more giveaways to developers are likely. Measure D does nothing to prevent crime. Measure D does nothing to deliver homeless solutions. Measure D does nothing to rein-in growing City pension spending. Measure D will harm small businesses. Say NO to bad city contracting practices and crony capitalism. Say NO to out-of-control spending. Say NO to Measure D.
        
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Big Congratulations to Palm Springs Fire Department's Emergency Services Coordinator Anjila Lebsock, who was recognized as a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador of Excellence for 2017 by the National Weather Service of San Diego! Her citation reads, in part:

"Anjila has been supporting NWS since 2012, and WRN since 2014 as one of the first ambassadors. The City of Palm Springs has led in the installation of several TADD (Turn Around Don't Drown) signs at key flood prone areas including major highways ... she calls the office on a regular basis, including requesting spot weather forecasts ... she provides us real-time weather reports of impacts due to high winds, heat and flooding ... Among the NWS San Diego's over 100 ambassador(s) Anjila and the city of Palm Springs stand out as the best!"

Way to go, Anjila!
Big Congratulations to Palm Springs Fire Department's Emergency Servic
5 days ago
Bonnie Denver Ruttan - Bill Ruttan
        
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Palm Springs may have evolved into a 21st Century Hotspot, but retaining our small-town atmosphere is key. #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse.
Palm Springs Evolves into 21st Century Hotspot
5 days ago
Allan Haze - Too late
1 week ago
HB Fletch - More to come......
1 week ago
Richard Burckhardt - Well, the new hotel is nice looking, but blocks the mountain views. I worry that there will be more tall buildings to come and the small town atmosphere will give way to Las Vegas. Hope our leaders keep that in mind.
        
Palm Springs City Government
It's Parade Season! Mark your calendars and see link below for a list of parades this fall in #Downtown #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse
        
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Measure D replaces an expired state sales tax with local revenue, 100% of which will stay in Palm Springs. No money can be taken by the State. For more facts and information, visit http://www.VotePalmSprings.com.
Measure D replaces an expired state sales tax with local revenue, 100%
2 days ago
Michael Brown - NO on Measure D. Some people believe continuing to do the same thing while expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. In 2011 , the City ( Palm Springs) asked voters to approve a 1 % general sales tax increase which they promised to use to improve police and fire protection and maintain City services. After approval, they shoveled over $50 million in cash, and as much as $100 million more In tax rebates, into the pocket of a downtown developer. The City continues to do business with this developer despite his indictment on felony bribery charges. Measure J generated over $63 million in new revenue since its passage, yet the city still cannot control spending without sticking the taxpayers with another bill. During the same period, transient occupancy tax revenue rose from $15.5 million a year to $34 million a year. But the City still can't manage its money, and now wants even more. Do NOT be intimidated by the fear-mongering tactics of City Hall. Measure D rewards incompetence by punishing taxpayers for the City's own poor planning and bad decision-making. Measure D contains NO requirement whatsoever that the City spend ANY of the proposed half-percent sales tax increase on police and fire protection or essential City services. History suggests more giveaways to developers are likely. Measure D does nothing to prevent crime. Measure D does nothing to deliver homeless solutions. Measure D does nothing to rein-in growing City pension spending. Measure D will harm small businesses. Say NO to bad city contracting practices and crony capitalism. Say NO to out-of-control spending. Say NO to Measure D.
1 week ago
Bond Shands - Measure D DOES NOT replace an "expired state sales tax". This language is simply a deliberate misstatement for the City's proposed tax bears absolutely no relationship to the expired state sales tax. As for "100% will stay in Palm Springs and "No money can be taken by the State.", those statements are shameless hypocrisy. On the one hand the City claims the state has taken money away, blah, blah. If that's true and the state CAN take money away, what's to prevent them from taking more funds at a future date? The facts are that the whole "can't be taken by the state" argument is a red herring designed to mask more truthful information about Measure D. Legally all the money must go into the General Fund and no portion may be specifically directed to police, fire or safety. It's this ballot feature that allows them to win if they receive 50% + 1 votes. Had they chosen to specifically earmark the tax for fire, safety, police, homelessness or any of the myriad beneficiary claims, the ballot measure would have become a special purpose tax and that would have required a 2/3rd vote to pass. And, even if it passes, should it be possible to prove the real intent of the city was to benefit specific agencies, etc., it could be challenged in court and possibly overturned.
1 week ago
Wayne Clemons Jr. - The city should remain impartial regarding ballot measures...
1 week ago
Michael Brown - No thanks.
        
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The 1st Annual Lesley Zerebny Memorial Softball Game is slated for Sunday, Oct. 15 – first pitch is at 6 p.m. – at Big League Dreams Sports Park, 33700 Date Palm Drive, Cathedral City.

Tickets = $5 donation. All proceeds benefit the Palm Springs Police Officer’s Memorial Fund.

Teams: Palm Springs Police Officer’s Association vs. Palm Springs Professional Firefighter’s Association.
The 1st Annual Lesley Zerebny Memorial Softball Game is slated for Sun
        
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Beautiful song written in memory of fallen Palm Springs Police Officers Gil Vega and Lesley Zerebny.
Palm Springs Police Officers' Association
        
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More great news for Palm Springs International Airport! #JetBlue #MintService #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse
JetBlue bringing new premium service with lie-flat seating and cappuccinos to Palm Springs airport
        
Palm Springs City Government
The City's municipal election is Tuesday, Nov. 7. For the information and facts regarding City Council candidates, the upcoming election and local ballot measures, visit http://www.VotePalmSprings.com. The People are the City.
Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Municipal Election | City of Palm Springs
2 days ago
Michael Brown - NO on Measure D. Some people believe continuing to do the same thing while expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. In 2011 , the City ( Palm Springs) asked voters to approve a 1 % general sales tax increase which they promised to use to improve police and fire protection and maintain City services. After approval, they shoveled over $50 million in cash, and as much as $100 million more In tax rebates, into the pocket of a downtown developer. The City continues to do business with this developer despite his indictment on felony bribery charges. Measure J generated over $63 million in new revenue since its passage, yet the city still cannot control spending without sticking the taxpayers with another bill. During the same period, transient occupancy tax revenue rose from $15.5 million a year to $34 million a year. But the City still can't manage its money, and now wants even more. Do NOT be intimidated by the fear-mongering tactics of City Hall. Measure D rewards incompetence by punishing taxpayers for the City's own poor planning and bad decision-making. Measure D contains NO requirement whatsoever that the City spend ANY of the proposed half-percent sales tax increase on police and fire protection or essential City services. History suggests more giveaways to developers are likely. Measure D does nothing to prevent crime. Measure D does nothing to deliver homeless solutions. Measure D does nothing to rein-in growing City pension spending. Measure D will harm small businesses. Say NO to bad city contracting practices and crony capitalism. Say NO to out-of-control spending. Say NO to Measure D.
        
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Fallen Palm Springs Police Officers Gil Vega & Lesley Zerebny remembered on first anniversary of their death with two, beautiful Sunday morning ceremonies: Memorial Highway dedication at Palm Springs Visitors Center and Memorial Plaque dedication at the Palm Springs Police Department.
Photos from Palm Springs City Government's post
        
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Congrats to the Palm Springs Police Department on its first annual National Night Out. The event, held Tuesday, Oct. 3 at Palm Springs Stadium, brought the community and first responders together for an evening of fun, music, food and camaraderie. Big shout-out to Lt. Melissa Desmarais for organizing the evening!
Photos from Palm Springs City Government's post
2 weeks ago
Jim Knauss - Yeah Melissa!!
2 weeks ago
Mike Balasa - Our Police Department is one of the reasons Palm Springs is special. They are all wonderful and caring people.
        
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Palm Springs residents,you're invited to join the Palm Springs Police Department for a Highway Dedication and Memorial Ceremony for fallen PSPD officers Jose "Gil" Vega and Lesley Zerebny on October 8, 2017, one-year to the day they were tragically taken from our community. The dedication will take place at 8:30 am at the Palm Springs Visitors Center located at 2901 N Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. The memorial ceremony honoring officers Vega and Zerebny will take place at 10 am at the Palm Springs Police Department, 200 S Civic Drive, in front of the Palm Springs Police Officers' Memorial statue. Palm Springs PD will honor both Officer Vega and Zerebny by adding their names to the police memorial in front of the station. We look forward to seeing you there. WE WILL NEVER FORGET THEIR SACRIFICE.
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2 weeks ago
Cassie Edney - Geneva Kitchens
        
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Hey Palm Springs, there's a lot happening at tomorrow night's 6 p.m. City Council meeting. Click below to view the agenda. You're invited!
        

Events

  • 21st Annual City of Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade

    21st Annual City of Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade11
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    Immediately following the parade there will be a post -parade concert and fireworks at the intersection of Amado Road and Palm Canyon Drive. This year's theme is "Honoring All Who Served."
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