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.
The fourth Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization (TPNO) General Membership Social meeting was held at the Twin Palms Condominiums’ East pool/cabana area at 1:00 pm on Saturday, April 30, 2022. The theme was an old-fashion ice cream social with all the topping and homemade cookies.
2022 Modernism Week Twin Palms Home Tour
After skipping the 2021 tour due to Covid, The Twin Palms Neighborhood Home Tour returned bigger and better than ever in 2022. By early January all 300 tickets were sold out for the February 21st tour. In addition to tours of five Krisel designed and Alexander Construction Company build homes, for the first time the Tour highlighted seven neighborhood landmarks.
Member Orientation Session
The first formal Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization Orientation Session for Twin Palms residents was held on December, 4, 2021. The purpose of the session was to give all residents, especially the many new people who have recently moved into the neighborhood, with the opportunity to learn more about the organization and how they could become more involved.
The agenda included a brief review of our history and key accomplishments since our inception in 2013, our organizational structure, current and future activities, and open ended discussion.
Given the positive feedback from the participants, the goal is to hold at least one Member Orientation Session every year.
The Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization held its Seventh Annual General Membership meeting on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at 10:15 am at the historic Ocotillo Lodge Clubhouse.
After over a year of postponements due to COVID, the formal dedication of the Twin Palms Neighborhood Entry sign was held on September 18, 2021 at 9:00 am. A plaque memorializing the roles of the Twin Palms Neighborhood Organization and the Twin Palms Homeowners Association in creating the monument sign was unveiled.
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.