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Learn about household and extreme heat preparedness

Our neighborhood organization and others in ONE-PS want you to know about this free event on Tuesday, June 25 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.

 

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Events Neighborhood activities

Breakfast social

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 first breakfast social in September 2023 are posted here.

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Code enforcement/public works Events

Citywide clean-up week Oct. 16 – 20

Palm Springs Disposal Services holds a week-long clean-up event twice each year – in April and October – giving Palm Springs residents an opportunity to dispose of extra household waste and bulky items. 

CURBSIDE PICK-UP

On Monday, Oct. 16, all single-family dwellings may set out additional compatible household waste and/or bulky items at the curb for collection. There is no charge for this service and no need to call to arrange collection. Items must be at your curbside by 7:00 A.M. Collections will performed on all days of the week (Monday, Oct. 16 – Friday, Oct. 20) as crews canvas the City. Please note that collections may not necessarily be on your regular collection day.

DROP OFF EVENT

Saturday, Oct. 21, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way. Large debris boxes will be set up in the north parking lot of City Hall for Palm Springs residents to self-haul and dispose of extra household Waste and bulky items.

For more information: Citywide Clean-Up Week

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Events Neighborhood activities

Breakfast social

Two dozen residents turned out Sunday morning, Sept. 17, to meet neighbors or catch up with friends and acquaintances. Thank you to Kristin Maschka for coordinating the delicious food and to those who brought fruit salad, homemade quiche and other baked dishes. Photos courtesy of Kate Maschka Hitchcock.

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Events Our Members

Outreach efforts

CPNO members set up a “coffee talk” on July 26, 2023, at the Koffi South on Camino Real near the Ace Hotel to raise awareness of our neighborhood organization. We encourage all our neighbors to join online and be on our confidential, low-volume mailing list. It is an important source of information in the event of a public safety emergency in the neighborhood.

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Board and Committees Events Governance

2023 annual meeting held April 22

Thank you to all who attended our Annual General Membership meeting, 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 (shown during and prior to the meeting) 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.

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2023 Police Week

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Events Neighborhood activities

First neighborhood social

Our group held its first social gathering on Saturday, July 31, 2021, drawing about 25 neighbors and friends. Several newcomers joined many long-time residents to become acquainted with their neighbors. Everyone was thrilled to spend some time outdoors on what was a relatively comfortable and not too humid summer evening.

The Canyon Palms Board of Directors provided snacks and beverages, and there were delicious home-made desserts to enjoy. We thank the residents of Lobo Way for hosting our event outside their Canyon Palms homes. We look forward to enjoying other events with even more of our Canyon Palms members in the fall.

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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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Civic affairs Events Neighborhood activities

Meet Lisa Middleton

The campaign to re-elect Lisa Middleton to the City Council has added a virtual event specifically for Canyon Palms, which is in her District 5. Although Council Member Middleton is running unopposed, she is hoping that you will be able join this event to share your questions, ideas and concerns.

Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020

Time: 5:30 – 6:30 PM

David Vignolo, the secretary and official representative to ONE-PS for Canyon Palms, is hosting the event, billed as a virtual house party. It is open to the public – you don’t have to live in the neighborhood. But you must register in advance by clicking this link in order to receive the Zoom meeting invitation.