Palm Springs At A Glance

AT A GLANCE:  Palm Springs, CA


City Hall
3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262.
(760) 323-8299

Chamber of Commerce
190 W. Amado Rd.
(760) 325-1577

Visitor's Center
2901 N. Palm Canyon Dr.
(760) 778-8418

Population: 45,731

Median Age: 46.6

Family Households: 45%

Palm Springs, California

Palm Springs is indeed the year-round, premier vacation destination. Palm Springs has something for everyone: sunning, shopping, golfing, hiking, biking, exploring, gaming, modern architecture viewing, cultural and ethnic events, tennis, nightlife, people watching,  and of course, the natural beauty.  What stands out about Palm Springs is the diversity its residents and visitors as well as the diversity of the attractions Palm Springs has to offer. 

World famous as “America’s Premier Desert Resort,” Palm Springs is home to many popular desert attractions including the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Oasis Waterpark. Palm Springs Desert Museum is a showcase of Western contemporary art, natural science and performing arts in the Annenberg Theater. Palm Springs Air Museum showcases flying aircraft from World War II. The Indian Canyons, owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, is North America's largest palm oasis. The Nortel Palm Springs International Film Festival attracts stars and cutting-edge films. The city boasts more than 140 hotels and the impressive Palm Springs Convention Center. Fine dining and shopping and the weekly VillageFest are magnets for international travelers. 

For those interested in a more passive approach to vacationing, visit the Palm Springs Desert Museum, our Historical Society Museum, or enjoy a show at the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies! Ride the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway or experience the serenity and beauty of the Indian Canyons.

ENTERTAINMENT

Agua Caliente Cultural Museum
219 S. Palm Canyon Drive
(760) 323-0151

Fabulous Palm Springs Follies
128 S. Palm Canyon Drive
(760) 327-0225

Indian Canyons
38-500 S. Palm Canyon Drive
(760) 325-3400

Knott’s Soak City USA
1500 S. Gene Autry Trail
(760) 327-0499

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
One Tramway Road
(760) 325-1391

Palm Springs Air Museum
745 N. Gene Autry Trail
(760) 778-6262

Palm Springs Desert Museum & Annenberg Theatre
101 Museum Drive

Palm Springs International Film Festival
1-800-898-7256

Palm Springs VillageFest (Thursday nights)
N. Palm Canyon Drive
Spans Baristo to Amado Road
(760) 320-3781

Spa Resort Casino
Casino: 401 E. Amado Road
Hotel: 100 N. Indian Canyon
1-800-999-1995

Tahquitz Canyon
500 W. Mesquite Ave.
(760) 416-7044

Parks & Recreational Department: (760) 323-8265

SERVICES

Post Office:
333 E Amado Rd.
(800) 275-8777

Fire: (760) 323-8181

Police: (760) 327-1441

Library:
300 S. Sunrise Way
(760) 323-8298

Parks Department: (760) 323-8265  

SCHOOLS
Palm Springs Unified School District: (760) 416-6000

HOSPITALS

Desert Regional Medical Center
1150 N Indian Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs
(760) 323-6187

Eisenhower Medical Center
39000 Bob Hope Dr,
Rancho Mirage
(760) 340-3911

UTILITIES

Phone: Verizon (800) 483-4000

Electricity: Southern California Edison (800) 655-4555

Gas: Southern California Gas Company (800) 427-2200

Water: Desert Water Agency (760) 323-4971

Sanitation: Palm Springs Disposal Services (760) 327-1351

Cable: Time Warner Cable (800) 964-2783

CONTACT US

Judy and Nelson Horn
760-285-5077, 760-285-5097
agent@dc.rr.com

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