Palm Springs resident Jane Garrison rallied local hikers, city officials, and conservation agencies to save Oswit Canyon from destruction.
The Coachella Valley needs to diversify its economy beyond tourism to weather another storm on the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater Palm Springs has its natural beauty, world-class arts and culture, and ease of living make it the place to be.
Surprise! Some of Greater Palm Springs’ most anticipated new developments are on schedule — but a few remain in question.
These ‘digital nomads’ could relocate anyplace and tried plenty of places, and they wound up choosing Greater Palm Springs.
Even in a pandemic, tourism remains a big drawing card to Greater Palm Springs and that will help grow the local economy going forward.
It will take several years, but the Coachella Valley will bounce back from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. When it does, the local economy with be healthier, more diverse, and better educated and prepared to weather the uncertainties of the future. How will we get there? To answer to this question, Palm Springs Life partnered with the Coachella
Palm Springs Convention Center has earned the coveted GBAC STAR accreditation from the world’s leading cleaning industry association.
Sound leadership and careful planning have always been a cornerstone to the success of the City of Rancho Mirage.
Even amidst a global pandemic, the City of Palm Springs continues to experience an extraordinary renaissance.