Welcome to Tahquitz River Estates Neigborhood Organization (TRENO)
Spectacular Entrance to South Downtown Palm Springs!
Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization, (TRENO) is a volunteer, non-profit organization that was formed in 2006 and is recognized as an organized neighborhood by the City of Palm Springs. Tahquitz River Estates is located at the entrance of South Palm Springs, stretches along both banks of its namesake, Tahquitz Creek in the watershed of nearby Tahquitz Canyon, the historic home of the Aqua Caliente Indians and includes the Cahuila Elementary School. With a 70 year history of iconic Palm Springs architecture, including Mid-Century Modern, Spanish Revival and Modern Contemporary styles, Tahquitz River Estates boasts many fine restaurants, vintage hotels and specialty stores and is just minutes away from downtown Palm Springs.
The TRENO (Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization) will be holding its’s Anuual Spring Fling, Social Get together for the community. We’ll celebrate our successes with Modernism Week and look for for direction on how to spend those funds. Bring your great ideas on how to make Tahquitz River Estates - EVEN BETTER!
Robert Victor is a retired astronomer from Michigan State University's Abrams Planetarium and now living in Palm Springs. He'll be offering free sky watches in April in the Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood.
This spring, the oasis will burst into colors as desert wildflowers bring a "super bloom" to Palm Springs and Southern California, and we have your guide to seeing Greater Palm Springs in full bloom! While the oasis blooms with colorful wildflowers and luscious greenery in 2019, it's the perfect time to plan a wildflower-inspired trip to Greater Palm Springs. Here's everything you need to know on where to see wildflowers in Palm Springs and beyond.
Desert X is a sprawling, site-specific exhibit of 19 art installations dotted across a 50-mile stretch from Palm Springs to the Salton Sea.
On 3/23/19, One-PS held it’s Annual Palm Springs Neighborhood Picnic in Ruth Hardy Park, where the Palm Springs Community Emergency Response Team had a booth.
Record-breaking turnout for Tahquitz river Estates - 2019 Modernism Week Home Tour! Hundreds and hundreds of tour-goers explored seventy years of modern architectural bliss through the 7 homes and Church of Christ, Scientist