People are using Nextdoor to:

  • ​Find a new home for an outgrown bike.
  • Track down a trustworthy babysitter.
  • Quickly get the word out about a break-in.
  • Find out who does the best paint job in town.
  • Organize a garage sale.
  • Ask for help keeping an eye out for a lost dog.
  • Finally call that nice man down the street by his first name.
  • Receive "URGENT ALERTS."



Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization

Nextdoor's mission is to bring back a sense of community to the neighborhood, one of the most important communities in each of our lives.

P.O. Box 4394, Palm Springs, CA 92263

Nexdoor.com Tahquitz River Estates is a new PRIVATE social-networking site just for OUR  neighborhood. It's not a way of finding a long lost friend from high school, but it's a way of becoming acquainted with your neighbors. 

ONE-PS will be using Nextdoor.com to communicate and dialogue with the various Palm Springs Neighborhoods. Right now all of the organized neighborhoods, including the Palm Springs Police and Fire Department have joined. 

How can I become a member?

The best way is to respond to an invitation from someone. It's important that you verify that you are actually in TRENO in order to join. If you have not received an invitation, then you may:

  • ​Go to  www.Nextdoor.com and explore. If you find it appealing, put in your address, and you can join immediately. Then you will become part of the conversation.
  • If you are an owner of a property, and you have renters, it's a perfect way of being in touch with what's happening in the neighborhood. You must have an email which is associated with your address within TRENO. There could be several email addresses at a single household. If you must prove your address you may use a credit card which is associated with your address, a land line phone number, or receive a card in the mail at that address.
  • Again, the easiest way is to be invited by someone who lives within TRENO who would be able to vouch for your membership.


Give it a try!  It's the "new" future of the "old" neighborhood.