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Civic affairs Events

ONE-PS Talk of the Town

The Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE-PS) is delighted to announce its next Zoom Talk Of The Town: Palm Springs 20/20: Where We’ve Been – Where We’re Going.

This is a presentation highlighting the challenges and accomplishments of the City of Palm Springs over the past 20 years as well as a look at what is in store for the next 20. The presenter will be David Ready, Palm Springs’ city manager for the past 20 years. Hear firsthand from the man who guided us through unprecedented growth and change and learn of his vision for what we can expect in the future.

Join the Zoom Meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 5:30 p.m.https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81872962168?pwd=TmtodHJ1ZjUxcUV4ejAyRmFHNGNNQT09

Meeting ID: 818 7296 2168

Passcode: 472637

You may also the ZOOM presentation via the www.ONE-PS.org.

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Code enforcement/public works Safety

Street crossing improvements proposed

The City Council on Jan. 28 will consider changes to improve traffic and pedestrian safety in South Palm Springs, including two in our neighborhood:

  • A three-way stop at La Verne and Toledo, with marked/highlighted crosswalks  
  • Marked/highlighted crosswalks at Toledo and Maricopa

(Marked/highlighted crosswalks were recently installed at East Palm Canyon and Deepwell in front of Elmer’s.)

Our district council member, Lisa Middleton, told us, “I know that there are concerns about other problematic traffic, pedestrian and cycling chokepoints in South Palm Springs. These are not the only improvements that will be considered.”  

The staff report on these proposed changes will be posted on the city’s website. We suggest you familiarize yourself with the report if you wish to submit a comment or ask to speak at the virtual public council meeting.