Welcome to Twin Palms
Welcome to the official launch of the Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization (TPNO) website. Please note that the site is still a work in progress, with some sections still under construction.
Fire Station #4 Reopening
Fire Station Ribbon-Cutting Open House
The newly remodeled, expanded and state-of-the-art Palm Springs Fire Station #4 Reopening Celebration was held on February 23, 2019. The ribbon-cutting ceremony included Mayor Moon, all four City Council members, Architect Hugh Kaptur, City staff, fire fighters and members of the public.
2019 Annual Meeting
2019 TPNO Annual Membership Meeting
The Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization held its Sixth Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 10:15 am at the historic Ocotillo Lodge Clubhouse.
A Tribute to William Krisel
The Twin Palms neighborhood we know and love today would not exist if it were not for the vision of William Krisel, one of Palm Springs most significant mid-century modernist architects.
2019 Voluntary TPNO Dues
The TPNO Advisory Board has set a goal of raising at least $1,000 in voluntary membership dues in 2019. Voluntary dues are $25 per household.
The Board would like to thank and recognize the 33 households that have already paid dues for 2019 through April.
NUSA Conference Features William Krisel’s Twin Palms Exhibit
From May 15th through May 18, 2019, Palm Springs hosted the annual Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) national conference for the first time in NUSA’s 44 year history. NUSA is the National association of neighborhood organizations and the city staffs that serve them. Nearly 700 delegates representing 29 states plus Washington DC convened to share best practices for building community and assuring productive relations between neighborhoods and city governments.
Twin Palms had the most visible presence of any Palm Spring neighborhood with its 10-table William Krisel’s Twin Palms exhibit.