Still seeing Styrofoam used in Palm Springs? Here’s why, and what city officials might do next
While the ordinance banning food ware made with plastics and polystyrene went into effect more than a year ago, some restaurants remain out of compliance.
Public participation, ad hoc committee planned to help address ongoing swim center issues
City pool users have expressed concerns about frequent unexpected closures, staffing issues, and maintenance issues, turning to the Parks and Recreation Commission to plead their case.
Revised plan to address city housing needs is finished, heading to state
If the city sees a sudden population boom, as it last experienced in the 1940s, some estimates show up to 20,000 more housing units could be needed by 2040.
More assistance for homeowners, renters coming as plans for grant money move forward
After holding the first of two required public hearings, the Palm Springs City Council voted Thursday to approve of plans to spend $413,500 in grant money coming from the federal government.
Modernism Week organizers say 11-day February event had record attendance
Aside from issuing more than 100,000 tickets, Modernism Week representatives said the festival generated an estimated $55 million for local hotels, retail establishments, and restaurants.
Cycling safety advocates call for increased awareness, education for all who use area roadways
Speaking Wednesday at the site of a recent roadway fatality in Palm Springs, members of Coachella Valley Cycling Communities said everyone can play a role in decreasing the risks that lead to fatalities.
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