Welcome to Tahquitz River Estates Neigborhood Organization (TRENO)
Spectacular Entrance to South Downtown Palm Springs
The Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization, (TRENO) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization of neighbors helping neighbors that was formed in 2006 and is recognized as an organized neighborhood by the City of Palm Springs. TRENO is located at the entrance of South Downtown Palm Springs, stretches along both banks of its namesake, Tahquitz Creek and sits just south of central Palm Springs in the watershed of nearby Tahquitz Canyon, the historic home of the Aqua Caliente Indians. Many iconic examples of Mid-Century Modern, Spanish Revival and Contemporary architecture are located within TRENO's borders and is just minutes away from incredible downtown shopping, fine dining, museums and attractions.
Modernism Week • Palm Springs 2019
Tahquitz River Estates Tour - February 18, 2019
Celebrate 60 years of modern architecture in one iconic Palm Springs neighborhood,—Tahquitz River Estates. Tour 7 classic properties, from Early Trousdale to Inspired Contemporary that epitomize six decades of Modern architectural design.
Let me begin by welcoming new neighbors and thanking new and old for their support of TRENO. Since becoming chair of TRENO in September 2017, I’ve met a lot of neighbors, and I’ve asked them “what can TRENO do for you?”
As we all know, South Palm Springs has had some challenging development projects and some turnover with businesses. But there’s also good news. Palm Springs’ transformation from retiree oasis to retiree oasis AND hipster haven has brought “new” business to our part of town. “Recent” arrivals include: Dead or Alive Bar, Kreem Ice Cream and Coffee, and Villa Royal/Del Rey Restaurant.
Following a year’s absence, the Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization rejoins Modernism Week…
The Right Turn Only sign on S Riverside Drive at Sunrise Way was not effective in deterring drivers from turning left…
The City of Palm Springs’ E- Notification service is an easy, effective way to find out what’s happening. To sign up, visit http://www.ci.palm-springs.ca.us.
We are pleased to report that the developer of the Cameron project is moving forward with construction of the S. Palm Canyon Dr. and Mesquite Ave. street improvements surrounding the project. The work involves major construction at the S. Palm Canyon Dr. / Mesquite Ave. intersection, including a new westbound right turn lane.