The Palm Springs City Council commissioned this citywide survey to identify and evaluate historic resources that exist throughout the City from the period of native American settlement through 1969.
Identification of historically significant places and the reasons why they are important helps inform the City Council, the Planning Commission and City staff in evaluating new development proposals and opportunities for enhancing the beauty and livability of Palm Springs through adaptive reuse, preservation and integration of historic resources.
This draft document will be available on line for public comment through January, 2016. Following review of this draft, a final report, survey findings, maps, and the comprehensive context statement will be prepared for adoption by the City Council.
Questions, comments, corrections, concerns or inquiries about the 2015 Historic Resource Survey Inventory and Context Statement may be directed to Ken Lyon, RA, Associate City Planner by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 760 323 8245.
Citywide Historic Context Statement & Survey Findings (Screencheck Draft):