Tahquitz River Estates Neigborhood Organization (TRENO)
Spectacular Entrance to South Downtown Palm Springs
Stunning Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood is located at the entrance of South Downtown Palm Springs and stretches along both banks of its namesake, Tahquitz Creek, just south of central Palm Springs (in the watershed of nearby Tahquitz Canyon, historic home of the Aqua Caliente). Plus, it’s just minutes away from downtown, making shopping, dining and many attractions very accessible and convenient. The Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization (TRENO) was formed in 2006 and is recognized as an organized neighborhood by the City of Palm Springs under Ordinance No.1666.
Our Mission: Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization (TRENO) is a group organized for the purpose of acting on a broad range of issues that are important to maintain and improve the livability and quality of life for neighborhood residents and our community. TRENO facilitates communication with the City of Palm Springs through its active involvement as an officially recognized Neighborhood Organization and member of Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE-PS).
TRENO News & Events
When making your way through the neighborhood have you noticed signs with names of streets that are faded and difficult to read?
Warning: A round plastic bottle filled with clear water can act as a lens that concentrates the sun’s energy on one point; and if that focal point is combustible, then fire can result.
As you drive through Palm Springs, you'll notice something distinctive about many street signs: a “topper” that serves as a neighborhood name badge. These are referred to as “blade” signs or “blades.”
Observing coyotes and other wildlife is one of the many benefits of living near the Tahquitz Creek wash. Coyotes are intelligent, curious, adaptable creatures with many interesting habits. Most fear and avoid people.
Following a year’s absence, the Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood Organization rejoins Modernism Week…
The early months of 2017 in California were so wet that its deserts experienced what's called a "super bloom."
TRENO is very proud to have contributed our Modernism Tour proceeds to many of the deserving organizations that provide vital services in Palm Springs.
Floods, earthquakes and fires may top Coachella Valley disaster-risk lists, but some of the most dramatic weather events we see result from wind and dust.