P.O. Box 4394, Palm Springs, CA 92263
TRENO Depends upon the donations of its members to maintain the organization. The largest percent of the funds received from Modernism Week go to donations to deserving organizations and services in Palm Springs on behalf of our Neighborhood.We need your donations to run the organization.
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For your own copy of the original
"Tahquitz River Estates Brochure" from 1947,
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The neighborhood sits on both sides of the Tahquitz "wash" just south of central Palm Springs. It was not always called Tahquitz River Estates. In the early 1930's, the first development was called Palos Verdes Estates and is still populated with charming "Old Palm Springs" Spanish revival homes. Some of these bungalows were under construction even before Palm Springs became incorporated back in 1938!.
A Trousdale today
The future Tahquitz Creek Trail Master Plan was passed in April 2010, opening up the project for funding. The beauty of the desert in its natural state will one day become a place for the whole city to enjoy.
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February 19, 2017
In 1947, when the banks of the Tahquitz Wash were stabilized, a famous Mid-Century builder from Los Angeles, Paul Trousdale, developed homes on either side of the banks, and called them "Tahquitz River Estates."
Photo by Bill Post
Welcome to Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood
Truly The most diverse in all of Palm Springs!
Photo courtesy of Mojave Rock Ranch
TRENO Logo designed by Jay Gustafson