Welcome to Canyon Palms, established in November 2019 as the 48th organized neighborhood of Palm Springs.
We are hosting another breakfast social, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Sunday March 3. All residents are welcome. We’ll be outside in the front yard of a member’s home. We’ll have coffee, water, orange juice, pastries, fruit, and a chance to meet and chat with neighbors. No need to bring anything. Sorry, leave dogs at home, the front yard is not dog friendly. Photos from our September 2023 breakfast social are posted on our news page.
Community-wide Yard Sale
Saturday, March 23, starting no earlier than 8 a.m. and lasting no later than noon. That same day, our members may enjoy attending the ONE-PS 15th Annual Picnic, which runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Ruth Hardy Park.
Want to sell some old clothing, collectibles, or anything else you might find at a garage sale? This is your best opportunity of the year, but you must ACT NOW. We need you to register by March 11 to ensure your name and address are on the city permit.
- We obtain the permit from the city.
- We advertise the sale on websites with a total reach of more than 20,000 people. See an example here.
- We provide maps and street corner placards to direct buyers to your home.
- You keep the sale proceeds.
We suggest sellers view these security tips.
Evening meeting/social April 4
From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on April 4 we will have an outdoor social at a member’s home. Watch for details closer to that date. The event will be announced on our social media channels as well as by email to members. We will have a brief, in-person board meeting first to make sure we are all set for our annual meeting…
Annual meeting is April 13
Our Annual General Membership Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, April 13 at the Mizell Center, 480 S. Sunrise Way. We’ll elect our board and meet with city officials, with plenty of time allowed for questions. Past meeting speakers included the mayor, city manager, district council member, and police liaison officers. We start at 9 a.m. meeting neighbors over coffee and pastries before the formal program.
This year we’ll discuss ideas for follow-up based on what we learned when we met with Daniel DeSelms, the Fire Department emergency manager, in January to discuss emergency preparedness. We want to ensure our neighborhood is resilient in the aftermath of any natural disaster.
A look back at past annual meetings
Thank you to all who attended our Annual General Membership meeting on April 22, 2023, helping to make it another successful event in our short history as the 48th organized neighborhood in Palm Springs. A special thank you to Mario Bucacci-Pezzullo for his service to the Board and welcome to our newest Board member, Kristen Maschka.
Mayor Grace Garner and police Lt. Mike Villegas and our district council member, Lisa Middleton, joined us at the Pavilion in Sunrise Park for the meeting. You can see the full agenda on our documents page, where we also will post the minutes once approved by the new Board.
Our inaugural General Membership Meeting was Oct. 26, 2019. Our bylaws call for Annual General Membership Meetings in the first calendar quarter. Although ONE-PS has waived that requirement during the pandemic, we hope to schedule a virtual General Membership Meeting to achieve a satisfactory resolution of all issues involved in changing the boundaries.
The Canyon Palms Neighborhood Organization is a group of neighbors organized to address a range of issues for the purpose of maintaining and improving the livability and character of the Canyon Palms neighborhood by encouraging neighborhood identity and participation. The Canyon Palms Neighborhood Organization also facilitates communication with the City of Palm Springs through its active involvement as an officially recognized Neighborhood Organization and Member of Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE-PS).
Lt. Gus Araiza is our Palm Springs neighborhood police liaison at email@example.com or (760) 323-8119. Non-emergency issues should first be reported by calling the non-emergency telephone number (760) 327-1441, or visiting the City of Palm Springs (palmspringsca.gov) web application. There you can click Connect and the appropriate link under Submit/Report. When Lt. Araiza is not available, you may also contact Lt. Frank Browning at Frank.Browning@palmspringsca.gov or (760) 323-8121.