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Getting ready to celebrate our revitalized downtown! A place for everyone! Concert starts at 5 pm on thr new street facing the Palm Springs Art Museum and fireworks in our beautiful night sky at 730 pm sharp!
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A review of applications for the award of fiscal year 2017-18 City-sponsored events and program funding grants along with consideration of a sponsorship agreement for the Palm Springs International Film Festival, will be some of the noteworthy items on the agenda at Wednesday night’s Palm Springs City Council meeting. The meeting will be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way. Residents and visitors can watch the meeting live online at http://www.palmspringsca.gov or on Palm Springs Community Television Channel 17.

To view the full Council agenda, visit http://www.palmspringsca.gov.
Palm Springs City Council meeting
        
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EVERYONE IS INVITED!
Outdoor concert, fireworks on Thursday in honor of long-awaited new Palm Springs downtown
        
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‪Breakfast with Santa event hosted by Dept. of Parks & Rec. & Noon Rotary. Mayor Rob Robert Moon, Les & Alan pose with the jolly ‘ole guy!
‪Breakfast with Santa event hosted by Dept. of Parks & Rec. & Noon R
        
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Palm Springs resident Leo Priest, a Pearl Harbor Survivor who served in the U.S. Army during World War II, celebrated his 97th birthday on Dec. 6. He turned 21 the day before Pearl Harbor was bombed on Dec. 7, 1941.
Remembering Pearl Harbor and our local survivors
        
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Santa is coming to town this Saturday morning. Bring the whole family!
Breakfast with Santa
        
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Congratulations to our friends Eric & Lindsey Bennett, the Community Grand Marshals of this past Saturday's Festival of Lights Parade, who just announced HGTV renewed their wildly popular series "Desert Flippers" for a third season. This couple has done a phenomenal job improving homes in neighborhoods all over Palm Springs. When viewers across the country see their gorgeous homes on HGTV, we're pretty sure they'll want to book visits and start looking at real estate in #PalmSprings.. BRAVO!
Congratulations to our friends Eric & Lindsey Bennett, the Community G
        
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Congratulations to new Palm Springs City Councilmembers Lisa Middleton and Christy Gilbert Holstege, who were sworn in this evening by new City Clerk Anthony Mejia. We look forward to working with them at Palm Springs City Hall!
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Everyone is invited next Thursday, Dec, 14 during VillageFest! It will be a night to remember!
City of Palm Springs Invites Entire Coachella Valley to Grand Opening Dedication, Community Concert and Fireworks Spectacular for the Downtown Revitalization Project on Thursday, Dec. 14 during VillageFest | Coachella Valley Weekly
5 days ago
Glenn Davis - Is this to compensate for the incredibly empty-headed decision to ban parking within a mile of Robolights? What about the $200 million the city gave to indicted developer Wessman? In return for a pizza parlor and a lot of 2d story office space that will never rent.
        
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Newly elected Councilmembers Lisa Middleton and Christy Gilbert Holstege will be sworn-in tomorrow evening at 6 p.m. Plus, we'll be saying thank you to outgoing Councilmembers Ginny Foat and Chris Mills for their many years of service. Everyone is invited!
        
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A second reading related to the City’s Sign Ordinance along with a second reading regarding zoning code requirements for cannabis in the City of Palm Springs will be the items on the agenda at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, beginning at a special time of 4 p.m.

The swearing-in of newly elected Palm Springs City Councilmembers, Lisa Middleton and Christy Holstege, will be held during the portion of the meeting that begins at 6 p.m.

Wednesday night’s meeting will be held in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way. Residents and visitors can watch the meeting live online at http://www.palmspringsca.gov or on Palm Springs Community Television Channel 17.

To view the Council agenda, visit http://www.palmspringsca.gov.
PS City Council Meeting; New Council Swearing-In at 6 p.m.
        
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No one celebrates the holidays like Palm Springs!
Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade
        
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Tap Dancing Christmas Trees arrive in downtown Palm Springs!
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Isabel Mantovani - FAMUTA BRASIL 👏👏👏🏆🏆🏆🏆
        
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A big thank you to KMIR-TV for broadcasting tonight's 25th Annual Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade for the first time ever. So much fun!!!Happy Holidays Palm Springs!
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Steve Garey - KMIR did the city and her residents proud. Truly outstanding broadcast!
        
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Hey Palm Springs! Santa Claus in coming to downtown Palm Springs tonight! Join us for the 25th annual Festival of Lights Parade, 5:45 p.m. on Palm Canyon Drive. By the way, you can also watch it live beginning at 6 p.m. on KMIR-TV. #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse
25th Annual City of Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade
        
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Fun times at the Holiday tree lighting ceremony at Frances Stevens Park last night!
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3 days ago
Jeffrey Bernstein - Does the City do anything for Chanukah? I thought I saw a mention by Christy Gilbert Holstege that there's a Menorah lighting but I haven't seen anything further.
        
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The City's Holiday Tree is twinkling bright in uptown after Santa Claus arrived for a dose of sunshine in Palm Springs! Come celebrate the magic of the holidays with us this Saturday at the 25th Annual Palm Springs Festival Of Lights Parade. 5:45 pm sharp on Palm Canyon Drive. Bring the whole family! #PalmSprings #LikeNoPlaceElse
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1 week ago
Fernando Sanchez Guaita - Congratulations is beautiful. Gretings from Venezuela.
        
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City of Palm Springs Holiday Tree Lighting! Happy Holidays from the City of Palm Springs, like no place else!
City of Palm Springs Holiday Tree Lighting! Happy Holidays from the Ci
        
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It's the most wonderful time of the year! Join the City of Palm Springs tomorrow night for our annual Holiday Tree Lighting in Frances Stevens Park. 5:15 p.m. sharp! Free cookies and hot cocoa... and Santa of course! Ho, Ho, Ho! 😀
Official City of Palm Springs Holiday Tree Lighting
        
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REMINDER, the City of Palm Springs invites residents and stakeholders to a special Community Forum TONIGHT from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Palm Springs Convention Center, conducted by Councilmembers Geoff Kors and JR Roberts. This forum will be conducted more as a Community Conversation so that issues of importance can be discussed in a less formal atmosphere than a typical Council meeting. In addition, our City Manager and Department Heads will be present . The results of this forum will be presented to the new City Council to use as part of goal setting and strategic planning. Everyone is invited to attend and share their input. Following the Community Forum, the public is invited to a special City Council meeting at 8 p.m. at which the Council will discuss a proposed development agreement related to the construction of a Virgin Hotel in downtown. To review the agenda, visit http://www.palmspringsca.gov.
Community Forum