Canyon Palms

Welcome to Canyon Palms, established in November 2019 as the 48th organized neighborhood of Palm Springs.

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Annual meeting is Saturday, April 22

Join us at the Pavilion in Sunrise Park at 401 S Pavilion Way for our annual meeting. All neighborhood residents are welcome. The facility will be made available to us at no cost through the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation and the Office of Neighborhoods. A reminder with the agenda will be posted on our website, emailed to our members and publicized via our Facebook page and NextDoor.

If you wish to run for the board of directors, email us prior to April 8 to be mentioned in the meeting notice, or announce your candidacy at the annual meeting.

Thank you to all the neighborhood residents who attended our Annual General Membership Meeting on April 9, 2022, and to our guest speakers, then-City Manager Justin Clifton, Police Lt. Gus Araiza (contact) and ONE-PS President Peter Sipkins (contact).

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).

Neighborhood policing officers Shelby Jiles and Jacob Valdivia address the Inaugural General Membership Meeting.

Lt. Gus Araiza is our Palm Springs neighborhood police liaison at 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 ( 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 or (760) 323-8121.